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(FREE DOWNLOAD) á Hands-On Bug Hunting for Penetration Testers: A practical guide to help ethical hackers discover web application security flaws (English Edition) ⚪ Detailed walkthroughs of how to discover, test, and document common web application vulnerabilitiesKey FeaturesLearn how to test for common bugsDiscover tools and methods for hacking ethicallyPractice working through pentesting engagements step by stepBook DescriptionBug bounties have quickly become a critical part of the security economy This book shows you how technical professionals with an interest in security can begin productivelyand profitablyparticipating in bug bounty programsYou will learn about SQli, NoSQLi, XSS, XXE, and other forms of code injection Youll see how to create CSRF PoC HTML snippets, how to discover hidden content and what to do with it once its found , and how to create the tools for automated pentesting workflowsThen, youll format all of this information within the context of a bug report that will have the greatest chance of earning you cash With detailed walkthroughs that cover discovering, testing, and reporting vulnerabilities, this book is ideal for aspiring security professionals You should come away from this work with the skills you need to not only find the bugs you re looking for, but also the best bug bounty programs to participate in, and how to grow your skills moving forward in freelance security researchWhat you will learnChoose what bug bounty programs to engage inUnderstand how to minimize your legal liability and hunt for bugs ethicallySee how to take notes that will make compiling your submission report easierKnow how to take an XSS vulnerability from discovery to verification, and report submissionAutomate CSRF PoC generation with PythonLeverage Burp Suite for CSRF detectionUse WP Scan and other tools to find vulnerabilities in WordPress, Django, and Ruby on Rails applicationsWrite your report in a way that will earn you the maximum amount of moneyWho this book is forThis book is written for developers, hobbyists, pentesters, and anyone with an interest and a little experience in web application security Table of ContentsJoining the HuntChoosing Your Hunting GroundPreparing for an EngagementUnsanitized Data An XSS Case StudySQL, Code Injection, and ScannersCSRF and Insecure Session AuthenticationDetecting XML External EntitiesAccess Control and Security Through ObscurityFramework and Application Specific VulnerabilitiesFormatting Your ReportOther ToolsOther Out of Scope VulnerabilitiesGoing FurtherAssessmentJoe Marshall is a web application developer and freelance writer, with credits from The Atlantic, Kirkus Review, and the SXSW film blog He also enjoys moonlighting as a freelance security researcher, working with third party vulnerability marketplaces such as Bugcrowd and Hackerone His background and education include expertise in development, nonfiction writing, linguistics, and instruction teaching He lives in Austin, TX