Penetration Testing Training
Do you want to become an expert at web app penetration testing? BITA Academy offers Web App Penetration Testing Training to aid testing experts in learning the techniques to test bugs and vulnerabilities in websites and web applications. The practical training sessions will cover everything, including how hackers find weaknesses, how they carry out their attacks, how to defend themselves against them, and how to report bugs to the relevant developers.
What is Web App Penetration Testing?
Web application penetration testing is the process designed to simulate malicious activities on a system to mean that the focus data to determine whether a system is secure. To find the vulnerability, Penetration flaws, or threats in a web application, penetration testing is used, either manually or automatically. Any known malicious penetration attacks against the application are used during the tests. Finding Penetration flaws in the entire web application and its components is the main result of web application penetration testing.
Types of Penetration Testing
Black Box Testing – A software testing technique known as “black box testing” is one in which the tester is blind to the internal organization, planning, and execution of the software application under test.
White Box Testing – White-box testing is software testing that examines an application’s internal logic or operations rather than just its functionality. In white-box testing, test cases are created using both programming knowledge and an internal viewpoint of the system.
Gray Box Testing – The term “gray box testing” refers to a software testing method that combines the words “black box testing” and “white box testing.” In Gray Box Testing, the internal structure, design, and implementation are only partially known.