All Self Learning > The Complete Guide to Bug Bounty Hunting Self Learning Course
Join InfosecTrains Bug Bounty Hunting self-paced learning course to get a clear and complete idea of Bug Bounty Hunting.
The Ultimate Bug Bounty Hunting Guide will teach you how to seek for and exploit application vulnerabilities using the necessary tools and techniques. The purpose of this course is to provide ethical hackers with the skills they’ll need to uncover and properly disclose vulnerabilities to corporations, as well as to earn money through existing bug bounty programs.
The following is a full description of the course:
OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities Fundamentals:
This section will go over the most frequent web application vulnerabilities currently in use. It will explain the concepts behind these flaws and show what to look for in order to discover them. The OWASP top ten is crucial knowledge for bug bounty hunters since it helps you understand what to look for in a penetration test.
Web Application Hacking with Kali Linux:
This section will show you how to use the most common hacking tools in Kali Linux, such as Nmap, SQLmap, Commix, Wfuzz, Metasploit, and others. You’ll learn how to obtain information about potential targets and perform attacks to uncover their flaws. Web apps are currently some of the most popular targets for bug bounties, therefore understanding how to create effective attacks against them is critical.
Android Apps: Foundations of Hacking and Penetration Testing:
The majority of businesses today have apps that are part of bug bounty programs. Learning to scan and exploit these apps can be a very profitable way to earn bounties. Apps are a wonderful target for bug bounties, especially with the increasing focus on application development.
Enroll now to acquire some of the most valuable skills for ethical hackers, penetration testers, as well as bug bounty hunters!
45 lectures • 7 hours total length
Nmap is a network scanning program that scans IP packets to identify all connected devices and offer information on the services and operating systems they are running. Nmap was designed for large-scale networks and has the ability to scan dozens of connected devices.