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Become an expert bug bounty hunter with Infosectrain. Join InfosecTrain’s Bug Bounty Hunting training course to get a clear and complete idea of Bug Bounty Hunting.

Bug Bounty Course Highlights

  • 40 hrs of instructor-led training
  • Hands-on modules
  • Access to the recorded sessions
  • Certified and expert instructors

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09 Jul 2022 07 Aug 2022 19:00 - 23:00 (IST) Weekend Online [ Open ] Enroll

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Bug Bounty Course Description

Overview

Many websites, organizations, and software companies provide bug bounty programs in which users can gain credit and reward for reporting bugs, security exploits, and vulnerabilities. These programs help developers find and fix flaws before they are discovered by malicious hackers or the broader public, preventing widespread exploitation.

The ultimate Bug Bounty Hunting course will teach you how to seek and exploit application vulnerabilities using the necessary tools and techniques. This course aims to provide ethical hackers with the skills they’ll need to identify and disclose vulnerabilities.

Why Bug Bounty Training with InfoSecTrain?

InfosecTrain is one of the finest security and technology training and consulting organizations, focusing on a range of IT security training and Information Security services. InfosecTrain offers complete training and consulting solutions to its customers globally. InfosecTrain consistently delivers the industry’s highest quality and best success rate, whether the requirements are technical services, certification, or customized training.

  • We have certified and highly experienced trainers who have an in-depth knowledge of the subject.
  • Our training schedule is flexible and we also provide recordings of the lectures.
  • We deliver post-training support.
  • We also bring forth an interactive Q & A session.

Target Audience

  • Software Security Analyst
  • Bug Bounty Programmer

Pre-requisites

  • Working knowledge of programming

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Bug Bounty Course Objectives

  • Understanding of Kali Linux Fundamentals
  • Familiarity with Penetration Testing
  • Knowledge of Red Teaming
  • Understanding the responsibilities of SOC
  • Basic knowledge of Networking
  • XSS and XXE Vulnerability Identification
  • Acquaintance with Burp Suite
  • SQL Injection Identification

Bug Bounty Course Content

  1. About Cyber Security Industry
    • What is Bug Bounty
    • What is Penetration Testing
    • What is Red Teaming
    • What is SOC
    • Needs to be a Professional Bug Hunter
  2. Setting up Hacking Machine
    • Introduction to Linux Environment
  3. Introduction to Networking
  4. Web Application Fundamentals & Configurations
    • HTTP and HTTPS Protocol
    • HTTP Requests & HTTP Response
    • URL & URI
    • HTTP Methods
    • HTTP Response Status Codes
    • SOP & CORS
  5. Introduction to Web Application Security Testing
    • Types of Web Application Security Testing
    • Approach for Web App Penetration Testing
  6. Web Application Reconnaissance
  7. Working with Burp suite
  8. Exploiting Traditional Web Application Vulnerabilities
    • Sub Domain Take Over o Click Jacking
    • Checking Necessary Security Headers
    • Checking SPF & DMARC Record
    • CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing)
    • Testing Rate Limit
  9. Introduction to Session Managements
    • What is Session Management
    • Testing Weak Session Logout Policy
    • Testing For Session Timeout
    • Session Fixation Vulnerability
  10. Introduction to XSS (Cross-Site Scripting)
    • Exploiting Reflected XSS
    • Exploiting Stored XSS
    • Exploiting DOM XSS
  11. Introduction to SQL injection
    • Logic behind SQL injection
    • Authentication Bypass using SQL injection
    • Error Balancing in SQLi
    • Information Disclosure (Exploiting Database) through SQL injection
    • Automate SQL injection Process
  12. Introduction to File Inclusion Vulnerability
    • Exploiting LFI
    • Exploiting RFI
  13. CSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery Attack)
  14. SSRF (Server-Side Request Forgery Attack)
    • Exploiting Blind SSRF
  15. IDOR (Insecure Direct Object Reference)
  16. OS Command injection
  17. Response Manipulation
  18. Host Header Injection
  19. Parameter Tampering
  20. XXE (XML External Entity)
  21. RCE (Remote Code Execution)
  22. Introduction to Bug Bounty Platforms
    • Hackerone
    • Bug Crowd
    • Open Bug Bounty Programs
  23. Preparation for Cyber Security Interview

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Bug Bounty FAQs

1. What is Burp Suite?

Burp Suite is a graphical tool and integrated platform for performing web application security testing. Its numerous tools work in unison to assist the full testing process, from mapping and analyzing an application’s attack surface to detecting and exploiting security vulnerabilities.

2. What is SQL injection?
SQL injection is a type of code injection that can corrupt your database. One of the most frequent online hacking tactics is SQL injection. SQL injection is when malicious code is injected into SQL statements via web page input.
3. What is an XSS attack?

Cross-site scripting is a security flaw identified in some online applications. XSS attacks allow attackers to insert client-side scripts into other users’ web pages. An attacker might use a cross-site scripting vulnerability to get around access constraints like the same-origin policy.

4. What should I study in preparation for a bug bounty?

Though you don’t need to be an expert in computer networking to get started with bug bounty, you should be familiar with the basics of inter-networking, such as IP addresses, MAC addresses, the OSI stack (and TCP/IP stack), and so on.

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