Module 01 - Phases of Penetration Testing

Module 02 - Footprinting

Module 03 - Scanning

Module 04 - Enumeration

Module 05 - System Hacking

Module 06 - Trojans

Module 07 - Viruses & Worms

Module 08 - Sniffing Traffic

Module 09 - Social Engineering

Module 10 - Denial of Service

Module 11 - Session Hijacking

Module 12 - Hacking Web Servers

Module 13 - Web Applications

Module 14 - SQL Injection

Module 15 - Wireless

Module 16 - Mobile Hacking

Module 17 - IDS, Firewalls & Honeypots

Module 18 - Buffer Overflows

Module 19 - Cryptography

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The final lesson in the Web Application series focuses on the actual web application/web server data.  WGet is the utility we use to accomplish web data analysis in penetration testing.

The WGet lab demonstrates how to retrieve data on a web server that you specifically know is there. This is an extremely powerful scripting tool that offers a wide selection of switch options for total customization so you can scan for targeted information.

You’ll also learn how to effectively use the WGet tool more precisely, including how to use FTP specific parameters for conducting targeted FTP scans and web application vulnerability searches as part of a thorough penetration testing strategy.

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