AWAE is $999 from now until December 31!

Course Overview

Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation (AWAE) is an advanced course for web application security. It’s an option for skills specialization after completing PWK and the OSCP exam.

AWAE teaches students the complex tools, techniques, and approaches used by sophisticated cybercriminals to create advanced web app exploits. This course sells out annually at Black Hat.

Students who complete the course and pass the exam earn the Offensive Security Web Expert (OSWE) certification, demonstrating mastery in exploiting front-facing web applications.

Live training is also available. Find out the next available locations and dates in the Live Courses section.

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Course includes a 48-hour exam.

Hacker

Learn web application attacks and exploits.

labs

Gain access to a virtual penetration testing lab.

OSWE Cert

Earn your OSWE certification.

Certification Process

Once you’ve completed the course and practiced your skills in the labs, you’re ready to take the certification exam. The exam consists of a hands-on penetration test that takes place in our isolated VPN exam network. A passing exam grade will declare you an Offensive Security Web Expert (OSWE).

Cart

Register at least 10 days prior to desired start date.

Labs

Establish connection to the virtual lab.

Book

Progress through course materials and practice your skills.

Calendar

Schedule certification exam within 90 days of course completion.

OSWE Cert

Successfully complete the 48-hour exam and earn your OSWE.

Course Details

Who is this course for?

Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation is not an entry-level course. AWAE is designed for:

  • Experienced penetration testers looking to evolve their web application testing skills to an advanced level
  • Any professional who works with the codebase and security infrastructure of a web application (could be a software engineer, web application developer, etc)

 

Course Overview & Syllabus

AWAE is not a fuzzing course. The bulk of your time will be spent analyzing source code, decompiling Java, debugging DLLs, manipulating requests, and more, using tools like Burp Suite, dnSpy, JD-GUI, Visual Studio, and the trusty text editor. The course covers the following topics in detail. For a more complete breakdown of the course topics, please refer to the AWAE syllabus.

  • Persistent Cross-Site Scripting
  • Session Hijacking
  • .NET Deserialization
  • Data Exfiltration
  • Bypassing File Extension Filters
  • Magic Hashes
  • PostgreSQL Extension and User Defined Functions
  • Bypassing REGEX restrictions
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery
  • Type Juggling
  • Blind SQL Injection
  • Bypassing File Upload Restrictions
  • Loose Comparisons
  • Bypassing Character Restrictions
  • PostgreSQL Large Objects
  • Debugging .NET Assemblies
Course Prerequisites

Advanced Web Attacks and Exploitation has the following prerequisites:

  • Familiarity with web application attack vectors, theory, and practice
  • Familiarity with Linux in general, file permissions, navigation, editing, and running scripts
  • Ability to write simple Python / Perl / PHP / Bash scripts
  • Experience with web proxies, such as Burp Suite and similar tools

 

What competencies will you gain?
  • Performing advanced web app source code auditing
  • Analyzing code, writing scripts, and exploiting web vulnerabilities
  • Implementing multi-step, chained attacks using multiple vulnerabilities
  • Using creative and lateral thinking to achieve expanded view of standard vectors
  • Thinking outside the box to determine innovative ways of exploiting web vulnerabilities

 

Supporting your Online Journey
  • 6-hour video series
  • 270-page course guide
  • Active student forums
  • Access to virtual lab environment

Course Pricing

 

Live Courses

Black Hat USA – Aug 3-8 2019

Location: Las Vegas
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