Developing Secure Java Web Applications

Trivera Technologies LLC
Training overview
Professional Course
4 days
From 2,595 USD
Start dates
Online
2,595 USD
10/18/2021

Online
2,595 USD
11/30/2021

Course description

Developing Secure Java Web Applications

Attacking and Securing Java Web Applications is a lab-intensive, hands-on Java / JEE security training course that provides a unique coverage of Java application security. In this course, students begin with penetration testing, hunting for bugs in Java web applications. They then thoroughly examine best practices for defensively coding web applications, covering all the OWASP Top Ten as well as several additional prominent vulnerabilities (such as file uploads, CSRF and direct object references). Students will repeatedly attack and then defend various assets associated with fully functional web applications and services. This hands-on approach drives home the mechanics of how to secure JEE web applications in the most practical of terms.

A key component to our Best Defense IT Security Training Series, this workshop is a companion course with several developer-oriented courses and seminars. Our bug hunting class introduces penetration testing , illustrating how hackers can probe and exploit our applications. Our developing secure software class introduces various security measures that can be applied through the software lifecycle. The combination of ethical hacking, secure coding, and secure lifecycle training provides student with the complete experience in application security. Although this edition of the course is Java specific, it may also be presented using .Net, NodeJS or other programming languages.

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Training content

Please note that this list of topics is based on our standard course offering, evolved from typical industry uses and trends. We’ll work with you to tune this course and level of coverage to target the skills you need most. Topics, agenda and labs are subject to change, and may adjust during live delivery based on audience interests and skill-level.

NOTE: These activities and labs are performed in a remote VM that has no internet access. This strictly limits these activities to a contained environment with practice web applications with vulnerabilities.

Session: Bug Hunting Foundation

Lesson: Why Hunt Bugs?

· Security and Insecurity

· Dangerous Assumptions

· Attack Vectors

· Lab: Case Studies in Failure

Lesson: Safe and Appropriate Bug Hunting/Hacking

· Working Ethically

· Respecting Privacy

· Bug/Defect Notification

· Bug Bounty Programs

Session: Scanning Web Applications

Lesson: Scanning Applications Overview

· Scanning Beyond the Applications

· Fingerprinting

· Vulnerability Scanning: Hunting for Bugs

· Reconnaissance Goals

· Data Collection Techniques

· Fingerprinting the Environment

· Enumerating the Web Application

Session: Moving Forward from Hunting Bugs

Lesson: Removing Bugs

· Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)

· OWASP Top Ten Overview

· Web Application Security Consortium

· CERT Secure Coding Standards

· Bug Hunting Mistakes to Avoid

· Tools and Resource

Session: Foundation for Securing Applications

Lesson: Principles of Information Security

· Security Is a Lifecycle Issue

· Minimize Attack Surface Area

· Layers of Defense: Tenacious D

· Compartmentalize

· Consider All Application States

· Do NOT Trust the Untrusted

· Tutorial: Working with Eclipse and TomEE

· Tutorial: Working with the HSQL Database

· Lab: Case Study Setup and Review

Session: Bug Stomping 101

Lesson: Unvalidated Data

· Buffer Overflows

· Integer Arithmetic Vulnerabilities

· Unvalidated Data: Crossing Trust Boundaries

· Defending Trust Boundaries

· Whitelisting vs Blacklisting

· Lab: Defending Trust Boundaries

Lesson: A1: Injection

· Injection Flaws

· SQL Injection Attacks Evolve

· Drill Down on Stored Procedures

· Other Forms of Injection

· Minimizing Injection Flaws

· Lab: Defending Against SQL Injection

Lesson: A2: Broken Authentication

· Quality and Protection of Authentication Data

· Handling Passwords on Server Side

· SessionID Risk Reduction

· HttpOnly and Security Headers

· Lab: Defending Authentication

Lesson: A3: Sensitive Data Exposure

· Protecting Data Can Mitigate Impact

· In-Memory Data Handling

· Secure Pipes

· Failures in TLS/SSL Framework

· Lab: Defending Sensitive Data

Lesson: A4: XML External Entities (XXE)

· XML Parser Coercion

· XML Attacks: Structure

· XML Attacks: Injection

· Safe XML Processing

· Lab: Safe XML Processing

· Lab: Dynamic Loading Using XSLT (Optional)

Lesson: A5: Broken Access Control

· Access Control Issues

· Excessive Privileges

· Insufficient Flow Control

· Unprotected URL/Resource Access

· Examples of Shabby Access Control

· Sessions and Session Management

· Lab: Unsafe Direct Object References

· Lab: Spotlight on Verizon Exploit

Session: Bug Stomping 102

Lesson: A6: Security Misconfiguration

· System Hardening: IA Mitigation

· Application Whitelisting

· Least Privileges

· Anti-Exploitation

· Secure Baseline

Lesson: A7: Cross Site Scripting (XSS)

· XSS Patterns

· Persistent XSS

· Reflective XSS

· DOM-based XSS

· Best Practices for Untrusted Data

· Lab: Defending Against XSS

Lesson: A8/9: Deserialization/Vulnerable Components

· Deserialization Issues

· Identifying Serialization and Deserializations

· Vulnerable Components

· Software Inventory

· Managing Updates

· Lab: Spotlight on Equifax Exploit

Lesson: A10: Insufficient Logging and Monitoring

· Fingerprinting a Web Site

· Error-Handling Issues

· Logging In Support of Forensics

· Solving DLP Challenges

· Lab: Error Handling

Lesson: Spoofing, CSRF, and Redirects

· Name Resolution Vulnerabilities

· Fake Certs and Mobile Apps

· Targeted Spoofing Attacks

· Cross Site Request Forgeries (CSRF)

· CSRF Defenses

· Lab: Cross-Site Request Forgeries

Session: Moving Forward with Application Security

Lesson: Applications: What Next?

· Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures

· CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous SW Errors

· Strength Training: Project Teams/Developers

· Strength Training: IT Organizations

· Leveraging Common AppSec Practices and Controls

· Lab: Recent Incidents

· Lab: Spotlight on Capitol One Exploit

Lesson: Making Application Security Real

· Cost of Continually Reinventing

· Paralysis by Analysis

· Actional Application Security

· Additional Tools for the Toolbox

Costs

  • Price: $ 2,495.00
  • Discounted Price: $ 1,621.75

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Trivera Technologies

Trivera Technologies is a IT education services & courseware firm that offers a range of wide professional technical education services including: end to end IT training development and delivery, skills-based mentoring programs,new hire training and re-skilling services, courseware licensing and...


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