Diploma in Web Application Security by ICSS

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Diploma in Web Application Security course is designed by our experienced professional web penetration testers. They had been working in the web application security domain for the last 15 years. As web-based application security is in huge demand due to recent hacks all around the globe. Indian Cyber Security Solutions provide the most comprehensive web application security training framework. It will help you to gain application-based knowledge and how one can perform penetration testing on the applications. This is the best certification course and one can secure a job in the application penetration testing domain. This course covers Python Programming, Ethical Hacking, and Web Application Penetration Testing. One can even appear for the global certification C | EH from EC-Council by paying only Rs. 22,000/- extra.

This training focuses on the core issues of cloud & network security. Starting from the basic and then core security problem faced by industry experts while working as a cyber security professional. Cyber Security process of protection of the access to files and directories in a computer network. Against hacking, misuse and unauthorized changes to the system. With employment of information security analysts projected to grow by 18 percent from 2016 to 2024.

You will learn by Diploma in Advanced Cyber Security Training in Kolkata is the process about used to protection of the access to files. It is directories in a computer network against hacking, misuse and unauthorized changes to the system. Join us for the course and after that you can build your career in this domain. ICSS’s Diploma in Advanced Cyber Security Training in Kolkata is in-demand as they build awareness of best practices against various attacks.

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This is a 9-month comprehensive training program. We bring in industry experts from AMAZONE, INTEL, COGNIZANT under one roof. They will share their experience in the domain of web application security. During this training program, you will learn how to perform an attack on the website and web-based applications. Also will learn how to find out and exploit the vulnerabilities. This course will help you to develop the necessary skills required in the industry. You will able to secure a job as an application pen tester.

Eligibility Criteria for Diploma in Web Application Security

Students with minimum knowledge of C programming, Java, and RDBMS can apply for this course. This is an ideal course for students who have completed their 12th exam and for CSE B. tech, BCA, IT B. tech, EC B tech.

Technical Educational Background

If you had completed your graduation in science (B.tech in CSE / IT / EC or BCA ) you will need to start with Certified Python Programmer to have a good base of programming and where you can develop hacking tools using it. After completion of python programming certification, you will be eligible for this ethical hacking course and then complete it with Certified Web Application Penetration testing which focuses on actually exploiting vulnerabilities in web-based applications which is in huge demand all around the globe.

Non-Technical Educational Background

If you had your graduation in arts, commerce or any other stream other than science you will need to start with Certified Network Professional. Which follows the CCNA global course module to be eligible for this course and complete it with Certified Network Penetration Tester course which is a high-end specialization course.

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  • 100% Placement Support After completion course
  • Practice on Real Time Projects which can be showcased to future recruiters
  • Learn from industry experts who have over 12+ Years Industry Experience
  • Demand for Ethical Hacking & Cyber Security will increase to 80% by 2022
  • Top Companies Hiring: Google, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Uber & Many More.
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Cover the fundamentals of key issues in the information security world, including the basics of ethical hacking, information security controls, relevant laws, and standard procedures.

Key topics covered:
Elements of Information Security, Cyber Kill Chain Methodology, MITRE ATT&CK Framework, Hacker Classes, Ethical Hacking, Information Assurance (IA), Risk Management, Incident Management, PCI DSS, HIPPA, SOX, GDPR

Learn how to use the latest techniques and tools to perform foot printing and reconnaissance, a critical pre-attack phase of the ethical hacking process.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 30 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform foot printing on the target network using search engines, web services, and social networking sites
  • Perform website, email, whois, DNS, and network foot printing on the target network

Cover the fundamentals of key issues in the information security world, including the basics of ethical hacking, information security controls, relevant laws, and standard procedures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 10 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform host, port, service, and OS discovery on the target network
  • Perform scanning on the target network beyond IDS and firewall

Learn various enumeration techniques, such as Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) and Network File Sharing (NFS) exploits, plus associated countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 20 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform NetBIOS, SNMP, LDAP, NFS, DNS, SMTP, RPC, SMB, and FTP Enumeration

Learn how to identify security loopholes in a target organization’s network, communication infrastructure, and end systems.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 5 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform vulnerability research using vulnerability scoring systems and databases
  • Perform vulnerability assessment using various vulnerability assessment tools

Learn about the various system hacking methodologies—including steganography, steganalysis attacks, and covering tracks—used to discover system and network vulnerabilities.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 25 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform Online active online attack to crack the system’s password
  • Perform buffer overflow attack to gain access to a remote system
  • Escalate privileges using privilege escalation tools
  • Escalate privileges in linux machine
  •  Hide data using steganography
  • Clear Windows and Linux machine logs using various utilities
  • Hiding artifacts in Windows and Linux machines

Get an introduction to the different types of malware, such as Trojans, viruses, and worms, as well as system auditing for malware attacks, malware analysis, and countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 20 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Gain control over a victim machine using Trojan
  • Infect the target system using a virus
  • Perform static and dynamic malware analysis
Key topics covered:
Malware, Components of Malware, APT, Trojan, Types of Trojans, Exploit Kits, Virus, Virus Lifecycle, Types of Viruses, Ransomware, Computer Worms, Fileless Malware, Malware Analysis, Static Malware Analysis, Dynamic Malware Analysis, Virus Detection Methods, Trojan Analysis, Virus Analysis, Fileless Malware Analysis, Anti-Trojan Software, Antivirus Software, Fileless Malware Detection Tools

Learn about packet-sniffing techniques and how to use them to discover network vulnerabilities, as well as countermeasures to defend against sniffing attacks.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 10 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform MAC flooding, ARP poisoning, MITM and DHCP starvation attack
  • Spoof a MAC address of Linux machine
  • Perform network sniffing using various sniffing tools
  • Detect ARP poisoning in a switch-based network
Key topics covered:
Network Sniffing, Wiretapping, MAC Flooding, DHCP Starvation Attack, ARP Spoofing Attack, ARP Poisoning, ARP Poisoning Tools, MAC Spoofing, STP Attack, DNS Poisoning, DNS Poisoning Tools, Sniffing Tools, Sniffer Detection Techniques, Promiscuous Detection Tools

Learn social engineering concepts and techniques, including how to identify theft attempts, audit human-level vulnerabilities, and suggest social engineering countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 4 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform social engineering using Various Techniques
  • Spoof a MAC address of a Linux machine
  • Detect a phishing attack
  • Audit an organization’s security for phishing attacks
Key topics covered:
Social Engineering, Types of Social Engineering, Phishing, Phishing Tools, Insider Threats/Insider Attacks, Identity Theft

Learn about different Denial-of-Service (DoS) and Distributed DoS (DDoS) attack techniques, as well as the tools used to audit a target and devise DoS and DDoS countermeasures and protections.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 5 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform a DoS and DDoS attack on a target host
  • Detect and protect against DoS and DDoS attacks
Key topics covered:
DoS Attack, DDoS Attack, Botnets, DoS/DDoS Attack Techniques, DoS/DDoS Attack Tools, DoS/DDoS Attack Detection Techniques, DoS/DDoS Protection Tools

Understand the various session hijacking techniques used to discover network-level session management, authentication, authorization, and cryptographic weaknesses and associated countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 4 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform session hijacking using various tools
  • Detect session hijacking
Key topics covered:
Session Hijacking, Types of Session Hijacking, Spoofing, Application-Level Session Hijacking, Man-in-the-Browser Attack, Client-side Attacks, Session Replay Attacks, Session Fixation Attack, CRIME Attack, Network Level Session Hijacking, TCP/IP Hijacking, Session Hijacking Tools, Session Hijacking Detection Methods, Session Hijacking Prevention Tools

Get introduced to firewall, intrusion detection system, and honeypot evasion techniques; the tools used to audit a network perimeter for weaknesses; and countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 7 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Bypass Windows Firewall
  • Bypass firewall rules using tunneling
  • Bypass antivirus

Learn about web server attacks, including a comprehensive attack methodology used to audit vulnerabilities in web server infrastructures and countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 8 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform web server reconnaissance using various tools
  • Enumerate web server information
  • Crack FTP credentials using a dictionary attack
Key topics covered:
Web Server Operations, Web Server Attacks, DNS Server Hijacking, Website Defacement, Web Cache Poisoning Attack, Web Server Attack Methodology, Web Server Attack Tools, Web Server Security Tools, Patch Management, Patch Management Tools

Learn about web application attacks, including a comprehensive web application hacking methodology used to audit vulnerabilities in web applications and countermeasures.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 15 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

    • Perform web application reconnaissance using various tools
    • Perform web spidering
    • Perform web application vulnerability scanning
    • Perform a brute-force attack
    • Perform Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attack
    • Identify XSS vulnerabilities in web applications
    • Detect web application vulnerabilities using various web application security tools
Key topics covered:
Web Application Architecture, Web Application Threats, OWASP Top 10 Application Security Risks – 2021, Web Application Hacking Methodology, Web API, Webhooks, and Web Shell, Web API Hacking Methodology, Web Application Security

Learn about SQL injection attack techniques, injection detection tools, and countermeasures to detect and defend against SQL injection attempts.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 4 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform an SQL injection attack against MSSQL to extract databases
  • Detect SQL injection vulnerabilities using various SQL injection detection tools
Key topics covered:
SQL Injection, Types of SQL injection, Blind SQL Injection, SQL Injection Methodology, SQL Injection Tools, Signature Evasion Techniques, SQL Injection Detection Tools

Learn about wireless encryption, wireless hacking methodologies and tools, and Wi-Fi security tools

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 3 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Foot Print a wireless network
  • Perform wireless traffic analysis
  • Crack WEP, WPA, and WPA2 networks
  • Create a rogue access point to capture data packets
Key topics covered:
Wireless Terminology, Wireless Networks, Wireless Encryption, Wireless Threats, Wireless Hacking Methodology, Wi-Fi Encryption Cracking, WEP/WPA/WPA2 Cracking Tools, Bluetooth Hacking, Bluetooth Threats, Wi-Fi Security Auditing Tools, Bluetooth Security Tools

Learn about mobile platform attack vectors, Android vulnerability exploits, and mobile security guidelines and tools.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 5 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Hack an Android device by creating binary payloads
  • Exploit the Android platform through ADB
  • Hack an Android device by creating APK file
  • Secure Android devices using various Android security tools
Key topics covered:
Mobile Platform Attack Vectors, OWASP Top 10 Mobile Risks, App Sandboxing, SMS Phishing Attack (SMiShing), Android Rooting, Hacking Android Devices, Android Security Tools, Jailbreaking iOS, Hacking iOS Devices, iOS Device Security Tools, Mobile Device Management (MDM), OWASP Top 10 Mobile Controls, Mobile Security Tools.

Learn about packet-sniffing techniques and how to use them to discover network vulnerabilities, as well as countermeasures to defend against sniffing attacks.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 2 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Gather information using Online foot printing tools
  • Capture and analyze IoT device traffic
Key topics covered:
IoT Architecture, IoT Communication Models, OWASP Top 10 IoT Threats, IoT Vulnerabilities, IoT Hacking Methodology, IoT Hacking Tools, IoT Security Tools, IT/OT Convergence (IIOT), ICS/SCADA, OT Vulnerabilities, OT Attacks, OT Hacking Methodology, OT Hacking Tools, OT Security Tools

Learn different cloud computing concepts, such as container technologies and server less computing, various cloud-based threats and attacks, and cloud security techniques and tools.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 5 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Perform S3 Bucket enumeration using various S3 bucket enumeration tools
  • Exploit open S3 buckets
  • Escalate IAM user privileges by exploiting misconfigured user policy
Key topics covered:
Cloud Computing, Types of Cloud Computing Services, Cloud Deployment Models, Fog and Edge Computing, Cloud Service Providers, Container, Docker, Kubernetes, Serverless Computing, OWASP Top 10 Cloud Security Risks, Container and Kubernetes Vulnerabilities, Cloud Attacks, Cloud Hacking, Cloud Network Security, Cloud Security Controls, Cloud Security Tools

In the final module, learn about cryptography and ciphers, public-key infrastructure, cryptography attacks, and cryptanalysis tools.

Hands-On Lab Exercises:

Over 10 hands-on exercises with real-life simulated targets to build skills on how to:

  • Calculate MD5 hashes
  • Perform file and text message encryption
  • Create and use self-signed certificates
  • Perform email and disk encryption
  • Perform cryptanalysis using various cryptanalysis tools
Key topics covered:
Cryptography, Encryption Algorithms, MD5 and MD6 Hash Calculators, Cryptography Tools, Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), Email Encryption, Disk Encryption, Cryptanalysis, Cryptography Attacks, Key Stretching
Certified Web Application Penetration Testing Course Module:
  • Lecture 56: What is Sessions?
  • Lecture 57: How we can bypass the session?
  • Lecture 58: Use Burp Sequencer how we can generate sessions?
  • Lecture 4: Install Xampp Server
  • Lecture 5: Setup Vulnerable Web Application
  • Lecture 6: Setup DVWA
  • Lecture 7: Setup Bwapp
  • Lecture 8: Setup WebGoat 7.1
  • Lecture 9: Setup Burp-suite
  • Lecture 10: Setup Burp-Suite CA Certificate
  • Lecture 11: Setup Firefox old version (40.0) with No-redirect addon
  • Lecture 12: Setup Netsparker
  • Lecture 13: Setup Acunetix
  • Lecture 14: Setup Vm-Ware
  • Lecture 15: Install Kali-Linux
  • Lecture 16: What is OWASP Top 10?
  • Lecture 17: How you can find out vulnerability in web application?
  • Lecture 18: How you can Exploit that Vulnerability?
  • Lecture 19: What is SQL Injection?
  • Lecture 20: How you can find out SQL Injection Vulnerability in website?
  • Lecture 21:What is GET Method?
  • Lecture 22: How you can Find out sql-Injection Vulnerability in GET Parameter?
  • Lecture 23: How you can Exploit that vulnerability
  • Lecture 24: What is SQLMAP and How you can use it?
  • Lecture 25: What is POST Method?
  • Lecture 26: How you can Find out sql-Injection Vulnerability in POST Parameter?
  • Lecture 27: How you can Bypass Login page Auth using SQL-Injection Vulnerability?
  • Lecture 28: How you can use different types of payload to bypass Login Page?
  • Lecture 29: What is Intruder? How you can use it?
  • Lecture 26: What is Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability?
  • Lecture 27: Where you can find out XSS Vulnerability?
  • Lecture 28: Types of XSS?
  • Lecture 29: Details of Persistence XSS
  • Lecture 30: Details of Non-Persistence XSS
  • Lecture 31: Details of DOM based XSS
  • Lecture 32: XSS DEMO on Live Website
  • Lecture 33: Cookie Stealing using XSS Vulnerability
  • Lecture 34: What is CSRF?
  • Lecture 35: Where you can find out CSRF Vulnerability?
  • Lecture 36: CSRF live demo on GET Method
  • Lecture 37: CSRF live demo on POST Method
  • Lecture 38: What is command Injection?
  • Lecture 39: Live Demo on command Injection
  • Lecture 40: What is Code Injection
  • Lecture 41: What is X-Path Injection?
  • Lecture 42: Live Demo on X-Path Injection
  • Lecture 43: What is LDAP Injection?
  • Lecture 44: Live Demo on LDAP Injection
  • Lecture 45: What is HTML Injection?
  • Lecture 46: Live Demo on HTML Injection
  • Lecture 47:What is XXE?
  • Lecture 48: Live Demo on XXE
  • Lecture 49: What is XML- Injection?
  • Lecture 50: Live Demo on XML-Injection
  • Lecture 51: What is security misconfiguration?
  • Lecture 52: What is Directory Listing ?
  • Lecture 53: Live Demo on Directory Listing Vulnerability
  • Lecture 53: What is CORS?
  • Lecture 54: Live Demo on CORS
  • Lecture 55: What is OPTION Method? How it’s effect?
  • Lecture 56: What is Sessions?
  • Lecture 57: How we can bypass the session?
  • Lecture 58: Use Burp Sequencer how we can generate sessions?
  • Lecture 59: What is Webshell?
  • Lecture 60: How you can hack webserver using Webshell?
  • Lecture 61: How you can bypass client side validation and uploading webshell?
  • Lecture 62: How you can bypass content type validation and uploading webshell?
  • Lecture 63: What is RFI and using RFI how you can access webserver?
  • Lecture 64: Using Weevely how you can upload webshell?
  • Lecture 65: Using Burp Suite how you can do Manual Testing?
  • Lecture 66: What is spider how you can use it?
  • Lecture 67: What is Intruder how you can use it?
  • Lecture 68: What is Repeater how you can use it?
  • Lecture 69: What is Sequencer how you can use it?
  • Lecture 70: What is Decoder how you can use it?
  • Lecture 71: What is Compare how you can use it?
  • Lecture 72: What is Extender how you can use it?
  • Lecture 73: Using scanner how you can do automation Testing?
  • Lecture 74: What is Netsparkar how you can use it?
  • Lecture 75: What is Acunetix how you can use it?
  • Lecture 76: What is url redirect and forward? Lecture 77: Live DEMO on URL Redirect and Forward
  • Lecture 78: What is Insecure Deserialization?

Lecture 79: what is Using Components with known vulnerabilities?

  • Lecture 80: What is Insufficient logging and monitoring?
  • Lecture 81: What is Broken Authentication?
  • Lecture 82: How you can bypass Post Login page without valid sessions?
  • Lecture 83: How you can use No-redirect add-on?

Lecture 84: What is Broken Access control?Lecture 85: Live Demo on Broken Access control

C|PP - CERTIFIED PYTHON PROGRAMMER (Basic)
  • What is Python
  • Python History
  • Python 2.x vs 3.x
  • Features of Python
  • About Python Versions
  • Applications of Python
  • How to install python
  • Python Script Mode
  • Python GUI Mode
  • Python Interactive Mode
  • Python in Linux
  • Linux Script Mode
  • Linux GUI Mode
  • How to install IDLE in Linux
  • How to set path
  • Python “Hello World”
  • How to Execute Python
  • Variables in python
  • Keywords in python
  • Identifiers in python
  • Literals in python
  • Operators in python
  • Comments in python
  • Accessing Strings
  • Strings Operators
  • Basic Operators
  • Membership Operators
  • Relational Operators
  • Slice Notation
  • String Functions and Methods
  • How to define list
  • Accessing list
  • Elements in a Lists
  • List Operations
  • Adding Lists
  • List slicing
  • Updating elements in a List
  • Appending elements to a List
  • Deleting Elements from a List
  • Functions and Methods of Lists
  • How to define a tuple
  • Accessing tuple
  • Elements in a tuple
  • Tuple Operations
  • Tuple slicing
  • Deleting tuple
  • Functions and Methods of tuple
  • How to define dictionary
  • Accessing Dictionary
  • Updation
  • Deletion
  • Functions and Methods
  • How to define Set
  • Accessing Set
  • Set Built-in Functions
  • Set Operations
  • “If” in python
  • “If else” in python
  • “else if” in python
  • “nested if” in python
  • “for loop” in python
  • “while loop” in python
  • “break” in python
  • “continue” in python
  • “pass” in python
  • Defining a Function
  • Invoking a Function
  • return Statement
  • 66 Argument and Parameter
  • Passing Parameters
  • Default Arguments
  • Keyword Arguments
  • Anonymous Function
  • Difference between Normal Functions and Anonymous Function
  • Scope of Variable
  • “print” statement
  • Input from Keyboard
  • Operations on Files
  • Opening file
  • closing file
  • reading file
  • writing file
  • Modes of files
  • Methods in files
  • Python OOPs Concepts
  • Python Object Class
  • Python Constructors
  • Python Inheritance
  • Multilevel Inheritance
  • Multiple Inheritance
  • Importing a Module
  • Example of importing multiple modules
  • How to use “from” import statement
  • import whole module
  • Built-in Modules in Python
  • Package
  • What is Exception handling
  • Declaring Multiple Exception
  • Finally Block
  • Raise an Exception
  • Custom Exception
  • Retrieve Time
  • Formatted Time
  • time module
  • Calendar
  • Calendar module
  • Basics of networking
  • What is the socket?
  • How to make socket?
  • socket methods
  • creating server
  • creating client
  • creating echo server
  • Python Internet modules
  • Port scanner in python
C|PP - CERTIFIED PYTHON PROGRAMMER (Advance)
  • Review Of Core Python Features
  • PVM
  • PIP
  • PEP8
  • Python On Windows and Linux Hands-On
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  • Python Client Server
  • File Handling Concept with Hands-On
  • List Comprehension
  • Dict Comprehension
  • Tuple
  • Set details Concept with Hands-On
  • Python – Multithreaded
  • Uses of Datetime package
  • Sending Email using Python
  • Python Wait
  • Python Sleep method Hands-On
  • Introduction with the Concept Of Django
  • Build Your First WebApp using Django
  • Database Basic Concept
  • Build a demo Blog Application
  • user will register and login in this session
  • After Login They will post the Content(Text/Image) others people can see those content
  • Template Inheritance
  • Django MVT ConceptDjango ORM ConceptMiddleware Concept Hands-On
  • Django Admin Concept and Uses Hands-On
  • Customize Django Default Admin Panel
  • CMS (Content Management System) For fully Dynamic Webapp building
  • Django Form Concept
  • Model Form Concept Hands-On

How to deploy Django App in Server Hands-On

  • Doubt and Query Solving
  • Doubt and Query Solving
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Diploma in Web Application Security conducted by Indian Cyber Security Solutions

 

Diploma in Web Application Security, ICSS is a great opportunity for interested people to grow their careers in the Cyber Security industry. They can join immediately at Indian Cyber Security Solutions for Diploma in Web Application Security. As the internet continues to advance, cybercrimes increasing as well. Criminals can commit crimes easily with a few clicks. Current technology has given us assess to huge amounts of information on the web and mobile devices. It has simplified tasks like shopping, paying bills, and banking services. It has also given rise to the need for ethical hackers to battle cyber criminals.

How you can get priority in Job Placement after doing the course from ICSS?

There is no better time than now to begin a career in the cybersecurity industry. In fact, candidates who will accomplish a Diploma in Web Application Security can get career opportunities with high pay scales. Indian Cyber Security Solutions had trained more than 1298+ students and is proud to be the best Diploma in Web Application Security training center. With around 20+ penetration testers and ethical hackers working with Indian Cyber Security Solutions, it is quite easy to provide world-class practical training which is required for CEH certification. Diploma in Web Application Security. You will be able to improve your knowledge of risks and vulnerabilities and learn how to think like a hacker.

After that course, it will boost your salary and advance your security career. You will learn to use the real hacking tool. Cybercriminals are innovators and will constantly discover new ways to attack IT infrastructure and exploit vulnerabilities. Without knowledge of the risks and vulnerabilities associated with your computer systems, you will have a difficult time keeping them secure. ICSS confirms by their course of Diploma in Web Application Security the capacities of an ethical hacker to prepare for vulnerabilities of system foundation and prevent illegal hacking.

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