In 2016, the number of websites has almost doubled: from 900 million to 1.7 billion. However, the more reliable active website count was stable at around 170 million throughout the year.

People-Based Attacks Have Increased The Most


Why You Need This Course 

  • Accenture’s 2019 survey showed a 11% increase in breaches from 130 in 2018 to 145 in 2019. (Source: Accenture
  • 73% of black hat hackers said traditional firewall and antivirus security is irrelevant or obsolete. (Source: Thycotic.com
  • On average 30,000 new websites are hacked every day. (Source: Forbes)


So why small businesses get hacked? Small businesses get hacked because they are usually the ones low in security and therefore are a primary target for hackers. Awareness in the cyber world is still one of the biggest problems as business executives and employees are unaware of the risks that the cyber world holds. “Actually, as a small business you do not really think that anybody’s interested in you for hacking, so we had no plan what to do,” Mr. Brandstatter. via. BBC News No organization wants its data to be compromised, as the result is not only a reputation loss but also penalties or fines. Proper security awareness and protection will reduce the risk to the organization’s data and information systems.

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As mentioned, in most cases hackers do not target specific businesses in particular. They get data and use the data to their advantage. We will give an example of how WordPress sites get hacked. Hackers are targeting known vulnerabilities in WordPress plugins and are using automated tools to try and get access to thousands of sites at once. For example, this website hacking statistics article shows that 98% of WordPress vulnerabilities are related to plugins.

Vulnerabilities are used to get access to your site, infect it with malware of insert SEO spam to gain financial profit using your site.

Course Curriculum

In This Course You Will Learn The Following

  • 1

    Getting Started In Website Security

    • Course Discussion

    • Computer Security Dictionary

    • Example Of Laws About Hacking

    • Did You Know....

    • Getting Started In Website Security

    • How Hackers and Web Developers Make Money

    • Linux Is A Must

    • Example of Using Linux

  • 2

    Installing The Tools

    • About Burp Suite For Web Applications

    • Download Burp Suite Mac OS

    • Download Burp Suite For Windows

    • Website To Attack

    • Burp Suite For Web Application

    • Setting Up A Proxy

    • Configuring HTTPS And Firefox

    • Burp Suite for Web Application - Payload Configuration

    • Kali Linux Installation on Flash Drive

    • Kali Linux Installation in VirtualBox

  • 3

    Reconnaissance

    • Mapping A Website Using Sitemap

    • How To Use A Web Spider

    • How to Use "Who Is"

    • How To Use Google To Hack

    • Google Hacking Database

    • Project 1 - Reconnaissance

  • 4

    Vulnerbility Scanning

    • Active and Passive Scans

    • Setting Up Your Scanner Options

    • Overview Of Scan Types

    • Evasion Of A IDS And Firewall

    • Packet Crafting

    • How To Craft A Packet

    • Overview Of Vulnerability Scanning

    • Using Nessus For Scanning

    • Nmap Program for Windows

    • Introduction to Nmap Video

    • What Is Skipfish

    • Overview of Skipfish, Part 1

    • Overview of Skipfish, Part 2

    • Overview of WordPressScan, Part 1

    • Overview of WordPressScan, Part 2

    • Project 2 - Vulnerbility Scanning

  • 5

    Hacking - Password Security

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 1

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 2

    • Hacking - Website Password - Part 3

    • Project 3 - Password Security

  • 6

    Hacking - Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

    • Introduction To Cross-Site Scripting

    • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) - Example

    • Introduction to Cross-Site Request Forgery

    • Cross-Site Forgery Attacks

    • Introduction to Cross-Site Request Forgery (XSRF)

  • 7

    Hacking - SQL Injection

    • What is SQL Injection

    • SQL Injection In Detail

    • Project 4 - SQL Injection

  • 8

    Hacking - Buffer Overflow

    • Introduction To Buffer Overflow

    • Buffer Overflow - Example

    • How To Exploit A Buffer Overflow Vulnerability In Detail

    • Project 5 - Buffer Overflow

  • 9

    Hacking Website - Bring It All Together

    • Web Applications

    • Introduction to Website Hacking

    • Setting Up Proxy

    • Setting Up The Payload

    • Mapping Manually And Scope

    • Spiders

    • Active and Passive Scans

    • Setting Up Scanner Options

    • Password Security

    • Intruder

    • Intruder Attack

  • 10

    Conclusion

    • Final Project

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