Hacking Web Apps

Author: Mike Shema
Publisher: Newnes
ISBN: 159749951X
Size: 45.93 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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HTML5 -- HTML injection & cross-site scripting (XSS) -- Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) -- SQL injection & data store manipulation -- Breaking authentication schemes -- Abusing design deficiencies -- Leveraging platform weaknesses -- Browser & privacy attacks.


Author: Alex Wagner
ISBN: 9781657684799
Size: 57.48 MB
Format: PDF
View: 685
In order to understand hackers and protect the network infrastructure you must think like a hacker in today's expansive and eclectic internet and you must understand that nothing is fully secured.Considering that you are preparing to became an Ethical Hacker, IT Security Analyst, IT Security Engineer, or a Cybersecurity Specialist, yet still in doubt and want to know about Vulnerabilities in both Web Applications and Web Services, how to hack them, as well as how to secure them, you will find this book extremely useful. If you attempt to use any of the tools or techniques discussed in this book on a network without being authorized and you disturb or damage any systems, that would be considered illegal black hat hacking. So, I would like to encourage all readers to deploy any tool and method described in this book for WHITE HAT USE ONLY.The main focus of this book is to help you understand how Firewalls, Intrusion Detection Systems, Intrusion Prevention Systems or Honeypots work. Your reading of this book will boost your knowledge on what is possible in today's hacking world and help you to become an Ethical Hacker aka Penetration Tester.BUY THIS BOOK NOW AND GET STARTED TODAY!IN THIS BOOK YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT: -Cross-Site Scripting Attack-Forceful Browsing Attack-Banner Grabbing-Server Fingerprinting-HTML Tampering-Deploying Mass Assignment Attack-Cookie Poisoning Attack-Cross Site Request Forgery-Exposing 'Remember Me'-Privilege Elevation-Jailbreaking-Session fixation Attack-Keystroke Logging Attack-Rooting Android Devices-Rowhammer Attack and much more...BUY THIS BOOK NOW AND GET STARTED TODAY!

Hacking Exposed Web Applications Second Edition

Author: Joel Scambray
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 007149104X
Size: 53.46 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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Implement bulletproof e-business security the proven Hacking Exposed way Defend against the latest Web-based attacks by looking at your Web applications through the eyes of a malicious intruder. Fully revised and updated to cover the latest Web exploitation techniques, Hacking Exposed Web Applications, Second Edition shows you, step-by-step, how cyber-criminals target vulnerable sites, gain access, steal critical data, and execute devastating attacks. All of the cutting-edge threats and vulnerabilities are covered in full detail alongside real-world examples, case studies, and battle-tested countermeasures from the authors' experiences as gray hat security professionals.

Ethical Hacking And Countermeasures Web Applications And Data Servers

Author: EC-Council
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1305883454
Size: 76.26 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 7271
The EC-Council|Press Ethical Hacking and Countermeasures series is comprised of four books covering a broad base of topics in offensive network security, ethical hacking, and network defense and countermeasures. The content of this series is designed to immerse the reader into an interactive environment where they will be shown how to scan, test, hack, and secure information systems. A wide variety of tools, viruses, and malware is presented in these books, providing a complete understanding of the tactics and tools used by hackers. The full series of books helps prepare readers to take and succeed on the C|EH certification exam from EC-Council. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Complete Ethical Hacking And Penetration Testing For Web Apps

Author: Abhilash Nelson
Size: 58.52 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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"In this course, we will be concentrating mainly on how Penetration Testing can be done on web-based applications. And it can also be used for mobile-based applications because most of the mobile-based applications communicate with a cloud-based API. The security of this API is actually the security of the mobile application which is using this API. By the end of this course, you will have complete knowledge about Ethical hacking and penetration testing and you are going to have a really thrilling experience doing it. So, see you soon in the classroom."--Resource description page.

Web Application Security

Author: Andrew Hoffman
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 1492053066
Size: 73.26 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 4222
While many resources for network and IT security are available, detailed knowledge regarding modern web application security has been lacking—until now. This practical guide provides both offensive and defensive security concepts that software engineers can easily learn and apply. Andrew Hoffman, a senior security engineer at Salesforce, introduces three pillars of web application security: recon, offense, and defense. You’ll learn methods for effectively researching and analyzing modern web applications—including those you don’t have direct access to. You’ll also learn how to break into web applications using the latest hacking techniques. Finally, you’ll learn how to develop mitigations for use in your own web applications to protect against hackers. Explore common vulnerabilities plaguing today's web applications Learn essential hacking techniques attackers use to exploit applications Map and document web applications for which you don’t have direct access Develop and deploy customized exploits that can bypass common defenses Develop and deploy mitigations to protect your applications against hackers Integrate secure coding best practices into your development lifecycle Get practical tips to help you improve the overall security of your web applications

Realtime Web Apps

Author: Jason Lengstorf
Publisher: Apress
ISBN: 1430246219
Size: 42.28 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
View: 2991
Realtime Web Apps: With HTML5 WebSocket, PHP, and jQuery is a guide for beginner- to intermediate-level web developers looking to take the next leap forward in website and app development: realtime. With Realtime Web Apps, you’ll be able to quickly get up to speed on what HTML5 WebSocket does, how it is going to affect the future of the web as we know it, and—thanks to Pusher’s simple API—start developing your first realtime app today. Using a practical approach rather than focusing on dry theory, Realtime Web Apps will guide you through building your first app using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, and Pusher. After your initial introduction to the technologies used in the book, you’ll immediately jump into the process of creating a realtime Q&A app that will work on desktop browsers as well as mobile phones (including iOS and Android). In addition to learning realtime development strategies, you’ll also learn progressive development strategies including responsive CSS3 layouts, AJAX development with jQuery, and more. The future of the web is realtime. Grab your hoverboard. Introduces you to the revolutionary capabilities of the HTML5 WebSocket API Gets you started with WebSocket immediately using the super-simple Pusher API Walks you through the development of a real-life realtime web app Gets you working with responsive layouts, jQuery, and AJAX development

Html5 Hacks

Author: Jesse Cravens
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
ISBN: 144933508X
Size: 55.85 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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With 90 detailed hacks, expert web developers Jesse Cravens and Jeff Burtoft demonstrate intriguing uses of HTML5-related technologies. Each recipe provides a clear explanation, screenshots, and complete code examples for specifications that include Canvas, SVG, CSS3, multimedia, data storage, web workers, WebSockets, and geolocation. You’ll also find hacks for HTML5 markup elements and attributes that will give you a solid foundation for creative recipes that follow. The last chapter walks you through everything you need to know to get your HTML5 app off the ground, from Node.js to deploying your server to the cloud. Here are just a few of the hacks you’ll find in this book: Make iOS-style card flips with CSS transforms and transitions Replace the background of your video with the Canvas tag Use Canvas to create high-res Retina Display-ready media Make elements on your page user-customizable with editable content Cache media resources locally with the filesystem API Reverse-geocode the location of your web app user Process image data with pixel manipulation in a dedicated web worker Push notifications to the browser with Server-Sent Events

Hacking For Dummies

Author: Kevin Beaver
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119154685
Size: 10.77 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
View: 1458
Until you can think like a bad guy and recognize the vulnerabilities in your system, you can't build an effective plan to keep your information secure. The book helps you stay on top of the security game!

Hacking With Swift

Author: Paul Hudson
ISBN: 9781521021989
Size: 44.50 MB
Format: PDF
View: 2952
HACKING WITH SWIFT- Get started coding server-side Swift by making a website using templates and routing.CouchDB Poll: Learn how to build a voting API using CouchDB and JSON.Routing: Route web requests the smart way, with route chaining and regular expressions.Swift Fan Club: Build your own forum website while learning about CouchDB views, sessions, and encryption.Meme Machine: Learn how to process image uploads and work with the filesystem.Templates: Take a tour around the advanced features of the Stencil template engine.Barkr: Build a microblogging API using MySQL and token-based authentication.ASCII art: Learn to fetch and manipulate remote data, and serve the results using ajax.Databases: Discover how MySQL can help keep your data organized, efficient, and safe.Instant Coder: Add GitHub authentication to your site and let Kitura do all the hard work.AppleFanatic: Build your own CMS with multiple Kitura servers, Markdown support, and more.Testing: Learn how XCTest can help validate your back-end APIs in seconds.While building projects, you'll learn all this and more:How to transfer your existing Swift knowledge to the server.Connecting to databases to read and write data, using CouchDB and MySQL.Creating server-side sessions for temporary storage.Building re-usable templates to separate your presentation from your logic.How to design, build, and test web APIs for your Swift apps.Authenticating users to create login screens.You'll also learn some HTML, JavaScript, and SQL along the way, as part of the Swift projects.Server-Side Swift follows the same approach I used with Hacking with Swift: small, standalone projects that teach individual techniques starting from scratch, so you end up with a huge library of finished projects you can develop further or use as the base for something entirely new.Which framework is used?Now for the answer to a question you've probably been asking: the book uses IBM's Kitura framework for server-side Swift. That's not an accident:Apple introduced Kitura at WWDC 2016. It's rare to see third parties speak at WWDC, but IBM and Apple formed a close partnership to help drive Swift adoption forward and Kitura is part of that.IBM is putting huge resources behind the platform, and probably has the highest concentration of Swift developers outside of Cupertino.Kitura out-performs Vapor in benchmarks, including having significantly lower memory usage and latency.Most importantly, Kitura is very similar to Express.js, which is a massively popular development framework for JavaScript. This lets existing web developers migrate to Swift more easily.Even if Kitura isn't your preferred choice, the Swift Server APIs work group are looking at ways to build shared APIs for standard server functionality, so hopefully you'll learn lots of transferrable skills