This course covers basic concepts of security principles of the web. It provides an overview of the most common web attacks and illustrates the fundamental countermeasures that every web application should implement.
This course consists of videos and a final assessment. In the modules you will learn different web application hacking tools theoretically and with demonstration.
A subject-matter expert will moderate this course through the "Web Application Security" community. Once you are a part of the community, you can enhance your learning by participating in the discussion threads, raise queries and get solutions from experts in quick time. You can also share your own ideas, access best practices shared by peers, get ideas about the next learning topics to complete your study. You are also encouraged to go through all the topics of the course in detail and post your queries in the applicable comments section of the community. The moderator of the community will get back to you within a short time. You may also participate in the ongoing discussion forums to raise and clear your doubts.
This course includes a number of well-demonstrated labs in video format which enhance self practice. On completion of this course, participants will gain the knowledge and skills to build better and more secure applications.
The minimum qualification needed is a graduate degree with a prior knowledge of Information Security.