Course at a glance
Welcome, to this course, "PenTesting with OWASP ZAP" a fine grained course that enables you to test web application, automated testing, manual testing, fuzzing web applications, perform bug hunting and complete web assessment using ZAP. focused over ease of use and with special abilities to take down the web applications that most of the tool will leave you with unnoticed and or, un touched critical vulnerabilities in web applications but then the ZAP comes to rescue and do the rest what other tools can not find.
"This course is completely focused over pen testing web applications with ZAP"
The ZAP, is a fine grained tool that every penetration testers, hacker, developers must have in their arsenal and hence required a solid understanding and through training to perform security testing from its core. ZAP can work with and integrate with many tools in the hacking, penetration testing segment such as: SQLmap, nmap, Burp suite, Nikto and every tool inside kali linux. Invoking with burp gives much flexibility to combine the power of ZAP and burp suite at the same time and in complete order.
Some special features of the ZAP
Quick start using “point and shoot”
Intercepting proxy with liked browser
Proxying through zap then scanning
Manual testing with automated testing
ZAP HUD mode, to test apps and attack in a single page
Attack modes for different use cases.
Active scanning with passive scanning
Requester for Manual testing
Can be easily integrated into CI/CD
Powerful REST based API
Traditional AJAX spider
Support for the wide range of scripting languages
Smart card support
Invoking and using other apps I.e: Burp suite
Anti-CSRF token handling
Dynamic SSL certificates support
And much more...
Offline access to read PDF slides
8+ Hours of Videos lessons
Access from PC, TABLETS, SMARTPHONES.
Below are the Vulnerabilities that ZAP security tests against a web application & web server to hunt for loopholes
Path Traversal, Remote File Inclusion, Source Code Disclosure - /WEB-INF folder, Server Side Include, Cross Site Scripting (Reflected)
Cross Site Scripting (Persistent) - Prime, Cross Site Scripting (Persistent) - Spider, Cross Site Scripting (Persistent), SQL Injection
Server Side Code Injection, Remote OS Command Injection, Directory Browsing, External Redirect, Buffer Overflow Medium
Format String Error, CRLF Injection Medium, Parameter Tampering, Script Active Scan Rules, Remote Code Execution - Shell Shock
Anti CSRF Tokens Scanner, Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability, Cross-Domain Misconfiguration, Source Code Disclosure - CVE-2012-1823
Remote Code Execution - CVE-2012-1823, Session Fixation, SQL Injection - MySQL, SQL Injection - Hypersonic SQL, SQL Injection - Oracle
SQL Injection - PostgreSQL, Advanced SQL Injection, XPath Injection, XML External Entity Attack, Generic Padding Oracle
Expression Language Injection, Source Code Disclosure - SVN, Backup File Disclosure, Integer Overflow Error, Insecure HTTP Method
HTTP Parameter Pollution scanner, Possible Username Enumeration, Source Code Disclosure - Git, Source Code Disclosure - File Inclusion
Httpoxy - Proxy Header Misuse, LDAP Injection, SQL Injection - SQLite, Cross Site Scripting (DOM Based), SQL Injection - MsSQL
Example Active Scanner: Denial of Service, An example active scan rule which loads data from a file, Cloud Metadata Potentially Exposed
Relative Path Confusion, Apache Range Header DoS, User Agent Fuzzer, HTTP Only Site, Proxy Disclosure, ELMAH Information Leak
Trace.axd Information, .htaccess Information, .env Information Leak, XSLT Injection.