Program Overview

CodeTechLab offers web application security training program is designed to help businesses and organizations protect their websites from cyber attacks and data breaches. In this program, you’ll learn why web application security is important, common web application security threats, and best practices for keeping your website safe. By the end of the program, you’ll have the knowledge and skills you need to ensure the security of your web applications. Join our program today and learn how to keep your website safe!

About The Course

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of web application security, covering the latest attack techniques and defense strategies. Our expert instructors will guide you through hands-on exercises and real-world scenarios to help you develop the skills and knowledge needed to secure web applications.

Section 1: Web App Basics

  • How web apps work
  • Finding risks
  • Common web app issues

Section 2: Secure Coding

  • Writing safe code
  • Code problems to avoid
  • Checking and testing code

Section 3: Web App Testing

  • Scanning for holes
  • Proper testing steps
  • Reporting what you find

Section 4: Web App Safety

  • Safe setup and updates
  • Monitoring for threats
  • Following the rules

The course starts with web app fundamentals. You’ll learn how they’re built and how to spot potential dangers. Common security flaws are covered.

Next is secure coding practices. You’ll discover tips for writing secure code from the start. The section highlights coding mistakes to avoid and techniques for checking code.

Then you’ll master web app security testing. Special tools are used to scan for vulnerabilities. You’ll follow standard testing methods and learn to document findings.

The final section focuses on web app safety after deployment. Topics include secure setup, monitoring for incidents, and ensuring compliance.

By completing all sections, you’ll gain complete web app security skills! Enroll now to become an expert.

Course Content

A web application penetration testing course typically covers various aspects related to identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in web applications. Students will learn how to use manual and automated tools for vulnerability scanning and assessment, latest techniques for identifying and exploiting security flaws, and understanding how to effectively report and remediate vulnerabilities. Through hands-on exercises, participants learn to assess and secure web applications, enhancing their knowledge and skills in web application penetration testing.


Basic Networking​
  • Introduction to Networking
  • OSI Model
  • TCP/IP Model
  • Subnetting/ Summarization
  • Information About Networking Device
  • IP /ICMP
  • Address Resolution Protocol
Linux Essentials​
  • Routing Protocols (Static & Dynamic)
  • Wan Technologies
  • Telnet and SSH
  • Port Security
  • Load Balancing Protocol
  • Layers 2 Protocols
  •  Getting Started with Kali Linux
  • Accessing the CommandLine
  • Managing Files from the commandLine
  • Creating, Viewing & EditingTest Files
  • Managing Local Users and Groups
  • Controlling Access to Files
  • Monitorin gand Managing Linux Process
  • Configuring and Securing SSH
  • Installing and Updating Software Packages
  • Getting Help in Kali Linux
  •  Managing Networking
  • Accessing Linux File System

Web Application Security​

  • OWASP TOP 10
  • OS Command Injection
  • SQL Injection
  • Code Injection
  • Unrestricted Upload of File with Dangerous Type
  •  Download of Code Without Integrity Check
  • Missing Authentication for Critical Function
  • Improper Restriction of Excessive Authentication Attempts
  • Use of Hard-coded Credentials
  • Reliance on Untrusted Inputs in a Security Decision
  • Missing Authorization
  • Incorrect Authorization
  • Missing Encryption of Sensitive Data
  • Insufficient Logging and Monitoring
  • Cleartext Transmission of Sensitive Information
  • XML External Entities
  • External Control of File Name or Path
  • Improper Authorization
  •  Execution with Unnecessary Privileges
  • Use of Potentially Dangerous Function
  • Incorrect Permission Assignment FOR Critical Resource
  •  Improper Neutralization of Input During webpage Generation (Cross-Site Scripting)
  • Use of Externally- Controlled Format String
  • Integer Overflow or Wraparound
  • Use of a Broken or Risky Cryptographic Algorithm
  • Use of a One-way Hash Without a Salt
  • Report Writing (Automated and Manual)