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CREST Certified Tester - App

Course Details

Name CREST Certified Tester - App
Description
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Location:
London - West
Start Date:
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Price:
£2289.00 +vat
Availability:
Exam:
Residential:
Course ID:
491198

Overview

The CREST Certified Web Application Tester course will tailor the candidate’s ability to find vulnerabilities in bespoke web applications as CREST Certified Tester – App. The course uses specially designed applications running on a variety of web application platforms and now covers a wider scope than purely traditional web applications to include more recent advances in the field of web application technology and security.

Target Audience

Candidtes holding CREST Registered Tester certification

Who should attend

This training is only intended for individuals preparing for the CCT-A certification exam.

Learning Objectives

The candidate will be expected to demonstrate that they are able to find a range of security flaws and vulnerabilities, including proving the ability to exploit and leverage the flaws to ascertain the impact of the issues found.

Pre-Requisites

CREST Practitioner Security Analyst (CPSA)

CREST Registered Tester (C-RT)

Course Content

Soft Skills and Assessment Management

  • Engagement Lifecycle
  • Law & Compliance
  • Scoping
  • Understanding, Explaining and Managing Risk
  • Record Keeping, Interim Reporting & Final Results

Core Technical Skills

  • IP Protocols
  • Network Architecture
  • Network Routing
  • Network Mapping & Target Identification
  • Interpreting Tool Output
  • Filtering Avoidance Techniques
  • Packet Crafting
  • OS Fingerprinting
  • Application fingerprinting and Evaluating Unknown Services
  • Network Access Control Analysis
  • Cryptography
  • Applications of Cryptography
  • File System Permissions
  • Audit Techniques

Background Information Gathering & Open Source

  • Registration Records
  • Domain Name Server (DNS)
  • Customer Web Site Analysis
  • Google Hacking and Web Enumeration
  • NNTP Newsgroups and Mailing Lists
  • Information Leakage from Mail & News Headers

Networking Equipment

  • Management Protocols
  • Network Traffic Analysis
  • Networking Protocols
  • IPSec
  • VoIP
  • Wireless
  • Configuration Analysis

Microsoft Windows Security Assessment

  • Domain Reconnaissance
  • User Enumeration
  • Active Directory
  • Windows Passwords
  • Windows Vulnerabilities
  • Windows Patch Management strategies
  • Desktop Lockdown
  • Exchange
  • Common Windows Applications

Unix Security Assessment

  • User enumeration
  • Unix Vulnerabilities
  • FTP
  • Sendmail / SMTP
  • Network File System (NFS)
  • R* services
  • X11
  • RPC services
  • SSH

Web Technologies

  • Web Server Operation
  • Web Servers & their Flaws
  • Web Enterprise Architectures
  • Web Protocols
  • Web Mark-up Languages
  • Web Programming Languages
  • Web Application Servers
  • Web APIs
  • Web Sub-Components

Web Testing Methodologies

  • Web Application Reconnaissance
  • Threat Modelling and Attack Vectors
  • Information Gathering from Web Mark-up
  • Authentication Mechanisms
  • Authorisation Mechanisms
  • Input Validation
  • Application Fuzzing
  • Information Disclosure in Error Messages
  • Use of Cross Site Scripting Attacks
  • Use of Injection Attacks
  • Session Handling
  • Encryption
  • Source Code Review

Web Testing Techniques

  • Web Site Structure Discovery
  • Cross Site Scripting Attacks
  • SQL Injection
  • Session ID Attacks
  • Fuzzing
  • Parameter Manipulation
  • Data Confidentiality & Integrity
  • Discovery Traversal
  • File Uploads
  • Code Injection
  • CRLF Attacks
  • Application Logic Flaws

Databases

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Oracle RDBMS
  • Web / App/ Database Connectivity

London - Ealing

Description:

craven house ealing

Nearby hotels include:
 - Travelodge London Ealing, 77 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, London W5 5SJ

http://www.travelodge.co.uk/hotels/500/London-Ealing-hotel



Location:

6th Floor
Craven House
40 Uxbridge Road
London
W5 2BS

 

Directions:

By Rail:

The nearest station is Ealing Broadway. On leaving the station walk left on The Broadway, at the traffic lights turn right continuing west on The Broadway.

At the next set of lights continue straight on (this is the start of the Uxbridge Road) and the offices can be found on the right.

London Underground:

Central Line

Piccadilly Line

Train lines: Central line, Piccadilly line, Heathrow Express & British Rail

Buses

Bus Routes

83, 207, 427, E2, E7, E8, E11, N11 and N207

Bus Stops

Stop “P” – Ealing Police Station 

Stop “U” – St Leonards Road

TRAVEL TIMES

  • 10 minutes to Paddington by train
  • 18 minutes to Heathrow Terminal 1 by train
  • 22 minutes to the West End by tube
  • 15 minutes drive to the M4, A40/M, M1 and M25
  • 5 bus routes servicing the area with buses passing every 3.5 minutes

Our Customers Include