Ultimate Bug Bounty

Ultimate Bug Bounty

Ultimate Bug Bounty

Learn the art of finding and automating the bugs

Language: english

Note: 4.5/5 (81 notes) 4,227 students

Instructor(s): Naga Sai Nikhil

Last update: 2022-01-30

What you’ll learn

  • Web Fundamentals
  • Python Fundamentals
  • Automating Bug Hunting with Python
  • Different WebApp Vulnerabilities
  • Burp Suite Fundamentals
  • Injection Vulnerabilities
  • File Inclusion Vulnerabilities
  • OWASP TOP 10



  • No prerequisite as this course teaches from basics



This course teaches you how to find bugs in web applications . This course also teaches you Python and also covers most of modules in automating with python . Having Programming skills became necessary in rapidly growing industry . Same applies to cybersecurity and bug hunting . Python helps in automating many things and saves you a ton of time . This course also covers OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities . This course can be a good starting point for your bug bounty journey . More and more content will be added from time to time just like my other courses . Modules upto Python Fundamentals were recorded year ago so they contain my bad english but from then onwards there will be no problem in watching videos .

This paragraph tells you essence of cybersecurity

Use of cyberspace, i.e. computer, internet, cellphone, other technical devices, etc., to commit a crime by an individual or organized group is called cyber-crime. Cyber attackers use numerous software and codes in cyberspace to commit cybercrime. They exploit the weaknesses in the software and hardware design through the use of malware. Hacking is a common way of piercing the defenses of protected computer systems and interfering with their functioning. Identity theft is also common. Cybercrimes may occur directly i.e, targeting the computers directly by spreading computer viruses. Other forms include DoS attack. It is an attempt to make a machine or network resource unavailable to its intended users. It suspends services of a host connected to the internet which may be temporary or permanent.

Malware is a software used to disrupt computer operation, gather sensitive information, or gain access to private computer systems. It usually appears in the form of code, scripts, active content, and other software. ‘Malware’ refers to a variety of forms of hostile or intrusive software, for example, Trojan Horses, rootkits, worms, adware, etc.


Who this course is for

  • Security Engineers
  • Penetration Testers
  • Python Enthusiasts
  • Bug Bounty Hunters
  • WebApp Security Testers


Course content

  • Why should you buy this course ?
    • Reason to buy this course
  • Web Fundamentals
    • HTML Basics
    • CSS Basics
    • JavaScript Basics
    • URL Explained
    • HTTP Requests
    • HTTP Responses
    • Proxy Explained
    • URL Encoding
    • Robots.txt Explained
  • Burpsuite Fundamentals
    • Installation
    • Foxyproxy
    • Manual Spidering
    • Intruder
    • Repeater
    • Decoder
  • Python Fundamentals
    • Installing Python
    • Setting Up Visual Studio Code
    • Variables
    • Operators
    • Strings
    • User Input
    • Lists
    • Tuples
    • Loops
    • Dictionaries
    • File I/O
    • Functions
    • Object Oriented Programming
    • Pip Installer
    • Sockets Introduction
    • Debugging
    • Modules
    • Exception Handling
  • SubDomain Enumeration
    • Enumerating Subdomains
    • Enumerating Virtual Hosts
    • Enumerating with Sublist3r
    • Automating with Python
  • Broken Authentication
    • Default Credentials
    • Burp , Hydra , Wfuzz , Python for Bruteforcing
    • Bypassing Rate Limit
    • Bruteforcing Usernames
    • Bruteforcing Usernames and Bypassing Rate Limit – Portswigger Labs
    • Username Enumeration via UI
    • Username Enumeration via SignUp
    • Bruteforcing Usernames via Timing Attack
    • Filtering wordlist according to Password Policy
    • Abusing Password Reset Functionality
    • Cookie Tampering
    • Bypassing IP Block , Account Locking and Rate Limit
    • 2FA Bypass and Bruteforcing OTP
  • SQL Injection (SQLI)
    • Installing MySQL Workbench
    • MySQL Basics
    • Error Based SQL Injection – OR AND
    • Union Based SQL Injection
    • Fetching SQL Version and OS Information
    • Dumping All tables and data
    • Blind SQL Injection – Boolean Condition Responses
    • Blind SQL Injection – Conditional Errors
    • Blind SQL Injection – Time Delay Attack
    • HacktheBox – FALAFEL Walkthrough
  • File Inclusion
    • Local File Inclusion – Information Disclosure
    • Log Poisoning to RCE
    • Session Poisoning to RCE
    • Remote File Inclusion – Getting RCE
    • TryHackMe – Dogcat walkthrough
  • Command Injection
    • Basic Command Injection
    • Advanced Command Injection Bypass Techniques
    • Blind Command Injection – Time Delays & Output Redirection
  • HTTP Verb Tampering
    • Tampering HTTP Verbs
  • File Upload Vulnerability
    • Unprotected File Upload
    • Bypassing Client Side Filters
    • Bruteforcing Extensions
    • Content-Type and Magic Bytes
    • File Upload using Python
    • Content – Type – Python
    • Path Traversal
    • rconfig 3.9.6 File Upload RCE via Python
  • Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR)
    • Bruteforcing Parameters
    • Bruteforcing Encoded Parameters
    • Portswigger Lab
    • HacktheBox CAP Walkthrough
  • Information Disclosure
    • Error Messages
    • Debug Information
    • Backup Files
    • TRACE Method
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
    • Reflected XSS
    • Stored XSS
    • Bruteforcing Valid Tags & Attributes to Bypass WAF
    • Cookie Stealing with XSS
    • TryHackMe XSS Walkthrough
  • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    • CSRF Attack
    • Bypassing CSRF check by Tampering Verbs
    • Insecure Configurations
    • Duplicate Tokens
  • Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)
    • SSRF Attack
    • Scanning Internal Systems with SSRF
    • Scanning Internal Ports with SSRF
    • Bypassing Blacklist Defenses
    • OpenRedirect with SSRF
    • Blind SSRF
    • TryHackMe SSRF Walkthrough
  • XML eXternal Entities (XXE)
    • XML and DTD Explained
    • XXE File Read
    • SSRF with XXE
    • Blind XXE
    • Data Exfiltration with Blind XXE
    • Out of Band Data Exfiltration – XXE
    • XXE via File Upload
    • HackTheBox – MARKUP Walkthrough
  • Pentesting WordPress
    • Installing WordPress
    • WordPress Directory Enumeration
    • Enumeration with WPScan
    • WordPress XMLRPC
    • Wpscan XMLRPC
    • Metasploit XMLRPC
    • Login Bruteforcing with Burp and Hydra
    • Exploiting themes to get reverse shell
    • Exploiting Plugins to get reverse shell
    • Metasploit shell upload
    • Hacking Drupal
  • Insecure Deserialization
    • Serialization and Deserialization using Python Pickle
    • Python Pickle’s reduce magic method
    • RCE via Cookie Injection
    • Session Hijacking with Deserialization
  • NOSQL Injection
    • MongoDB Basics and NOSQL Injection
  • Downloads Section
    • Tryhackme blog walkthrough


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