Pentesting with Daniel Slater (Ethical Hacking/Web Security) | Udemy

Pentesting with Daniel Slater (Ethical Hacking/Web Security) | Udemy
English | Size: 4.58 GB
Genre: eLearning

What you’ll learn
Website hacking
Penetration testing
How to find vulnerabilities
How to secure vulnerabilities
How to exploit vulnerabilities
Computer security fundamentals
How to secure and exploit the OWASP Top 10
Cyber security
Ethical Hacking
How to identify bug bounties
Black hat hacker/red team techniques
SQL injection
Cross site scripting (XSS)
Web application security

Computer security is one of the biggest job gaps in history, with a shortage of 3.5 million skilled workers needing to tackle a problem estimated to be worth $6 trillion. This is one of the biggest opportunities in history.

When you complete this course you’ll have the knowledge to get a job and cash in on the $6 trillion industry!

Although this course covers practical methods for breaking into and securing systems, most of the lectures focus on principals which allow you to properly understand the concepts. This differs from a lot of courses on Udemy that teach specific tools that will be out of date next year. This course is designed to teach the next thought leaders of the industry… ones who are capable of making tools that make everything before it seem outdated!

This course covers all the topics of several of my courses at university. It’s not long, it’s light hearted, and doesn’t feel dense… but all the content is there.

This course includes lectures on:

Core Security Principals


SQL Injection

XML Injection

JSON Injection

Cross Site Scripting (XSS)


Brute Force

Security Mindset

Client Side and Server Side Attacks

Authentication and Access Control




Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)



Deployment Best Practices

External Packages

Monitoring and Response


OWASP Top 10

And two assignments that will test your patience and show you what real hacking is like!

Who this course is for:
University students studying computer science or a related field
Tinkerers wanting to ensure their apps are secure
Employees wanting to improve the cyber security of their firm
Developers interested in learning security
Security professionals wanting to refresh their knowledge




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