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Ethical Hacking Course (Focused on Web)

Welcome to the Certified Cybersecurity Web Application Penetration (CCWAP) course, meticulously crafted and delivered by industry experts to provide you with industrial readiness. This specialized training focuses exclusively on the OWASP Top 10, ensuring that you gain a profound understanding of the most critical security risks to web applications. Our course is available in two flexible timeframes to accommodate your schedule:

Offerings & Next Batch

1st August, 2024

  • Till June - 40%
  • Jul - 30%
  • Aug - 20%
  • Sep - 10%
  • Oct onward - No Discount
Timeframe

Daily / Weekends

  • Daily Sessions: Monday to Friday, 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM, spanning over 2 months.
  • Weekend Sessions: Saturdays and Sundays, 8 hours per day, completing in 1 month.

5 Phases of Ethical Hacking

  • R
    Reconnaissance
  • S
    Scanning
  • G
    Gaining Access
  • M
    Maintaing Access
  • R
    Reporting

Why Cybersecurity?

In today's digital age, cybersecurity is more critical than ever. As the reliance on technology grows and companies are focusing digital transformation, making it imperative to safeguard sensitive data and ensure the integrity of information systems. Developing a career in cybersecurity not only offers a rewarding and challenging profession but also plays a vital role in protecting organizations and individuals from cyber threats.

Join us to acquire the skills and knowledge needed to excel in the dynamic field of web application penetration testing, guided by professionals who bring real-world experience to the classroom.

  • Lucrative Salaries: Due to the critical nature of the job, cybersecurity roles often come with competitive salaries and benefits.
  • Job Security: With the increasing frequency of cyber attacks, the need for cybersecurity experts is only expected to rise, ensuring job stability.
  • High Demand: Cybersecurity professionals are in high demand across various industries
  • A job that never gets boring
  • Increase in demand due to Digital Personal Data Protection Act, 2023

Who should join this training course?

Anyone with an intermediate knowledge of IT and understanding of how internet work can join the course. However, we want this to be a fruitful experience for you and to narrow down some background requirements, see the list below:

  • IT Professionals (looking for a career change i.e. developers, system administrators, DevOps, QA engineers)
  • Students who are / going to pursue a degree in IT / CSE / B. Tech / BSc IT
  • IT Managers / Heads wanting to start their own department of cybersecurity in their company.

Why Choose Us?

80 Hours of Intensive Training

Lab Access

Hands-On Training

Current & Cutting Edge Content

Professional Trainers

Quality Training

Where can you work as a cyber security specialist?

As a cybersecurity specialist, you have the flexibility to work across a diverse range of industries and sectors, each with unique challenges and opportunities. Here are some of the key areas where your expertise will be highly valued:

Available Course Time

To cater to the diverse schedules of IT professionals and students, we offer the CCWAP course in two convenient timeframes:

1.

1-Month Intensive Course (Sat & Sun)
  • 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM

2.

2-Month Course (Monday – Friday)
  • Option 1 – 7:00 AM – 9:00 AM
  • Option 2 – 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM

Prerequisite

We do not supply PCs as we are not a training institue. Hence you have to bring our own laptop as mentioned below:

  • BYOD (Bring Your Own Device)
  • Minimum Laptop Configuration
    • Processor i5 >= Intel
    • Ryzen >= 10th Generation Series H
    • Memory 4GB RAM (Minimum)

Course Deliverables

Lifetime Up-to-date Presentation Access
Course Lab Access
Certification will be Provided

Here’s your Actionable Roadmap

Week 1

  1. Web Application Architecture
    • Understanding the Core Components and Workflows
    • Identifying Potential Vulnerabilities
  2. Google Dork and OSINT
    • Mastering Search Engine Techniques for Security Analysis
    • Open Source Intelligence Tools and Techniques
  3. Basic Networking Concepts
    • Fundamentals of Network Communications
    • Analyzing Network Security

Week 2

  1. Using Burp Suite (Community Edition)
    • Tool Introduction and Basic Functionalities
    • Practical Usage in Security Testing
  2. HTTP Methods, Fingerprinting, and Enumeration
    • Understanding the Protocols
    • Techniques for System and Network Enumeration
  3. Cryptography in Web Security
    • Fundamental Concepts and Implementation
    • Cryptographic Flaws and Their Implications

Week 3

  1. Server Misconfiguration and Error Handling
    • Identifying Common Configuration Errors
    • Best Practices for Secure Error Handling
  2. Authentication Method and Password Policies
    • Secure Authentication Mechanisms
    • Designing Robust Password Policies
  3. Effective Session Management
    • Techniques and Best Practices
    • Preventing Session Hijacking and Management Flaws

Week 4

  1. Access Control and Authentication Mechanisms
    • Identifying and Mitigating Broken Access Control
    • Understanding Broken Authentication
  2. Secure File Upload Procedures
    • Best Practices and Common Pitfalls
    • Mitigating Risks Associated with File Uploads
  3. Client-Side Injection and Protection
    • Recognizing and Preventing Client-Side Vulnerabilities

Week 5

  1. SQL and NoSQL Injection
    • Techniques and Prevention Strategies
    • Hands-on Practice and Mitigation
  2. Websockets and Open Redirect Vulnerabilities
    • Understanding and Securing Websocket Communications
    • Mitigating Risks of Open Redirect
  3. Command Injection and File Inclusion
    • Identification and Prevention of Command Injection Attacks
    • Local and Remote File Inclusion Threats and Defenses

Week 6

  1. XML Attacks and Defenses
    • Exploring XML-Based Vulnerabilities
    • Implementing Secure XML Practices
  2. CORS and Clickjacking
    • Understanding Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)
    • Techniques to Prevent Clickjacking
  3. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • CSRF Attack Mechanisms and Defense Strategies

Week 7

  1. HTTP Request Attack Techniques
    • Analyzing and Mitigating HTTP Request Vulnerabilities
  2. Race Condition Exploitation
    • Identifying and Securing Against Race Conditions
  3. Business Logic Vulnerability Assessment
    • Identifying and Mitigating Logical Flaws in Applications

Week 8

  1. Server-Side Request Forgery (SSRF)
    • Techniques for Identifying and Preventing SSRF
  2. Advanced Injection Techniques
    • Exploring Sophisticated Injection Attacks
  3. Capture The Flag (CTF) Challenges
    • Practical Application of Skills in Simulated Environments

Our Management

The guiding light who offer invaluable strategic direction and bring with them extensive industry expertise. These seasoned veterans have seen it all, and their insights are super important in shaping our long-term vision.

Yash Goti

ISO 27001 (Lead Auditor)

Yash Goti

Co-Founder & CEO

Nirav Goti
Nirav Goti

Co-Founder & COO

FAQs

The CCWAP (Certified Cybersecurity Web Application Penetration) course is a specialized training program designed to provide industrial readiness for students. It focuses on the OWASP Top 10 security risks specific to web applications. The course is crafted and taught by industry experts.

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Ethical Hacking Course (Specific to Web)