Securing Web Applications with ZAP [Online Code]

Number of Videos: 0.5 hours – 16 lessonsAuthor: Scott C. MacCallumUser Level: BeginnerThis course shows you how to secure a web application with ZAP, an award winning open source security application actively maintained worldwide by hundreds of volunteers. First, you’ll install an up-to-date version of the Java runtime environment and the ZAP application. Then, you’ll

Number of Videos: 0.5 hours – 16 lessons
Author: Scott C. MacCallum
User Level: Beginner
This course shows you how to secure a web application with ZAP, an award winning open source security application actively maintained worldwide by hundreds of volunteers.

First, you’ll install an up-to-date version of the Java runtime environment and the ZAP application. Then, you’ll learn how to do a web application vulnerability scan, simulate an attack, and install an add-on. Learners must be super users on computers running recent copies of the Windows, macOS, Ubuntu, or Docker platforms. Learn how to find vulnerabilities in web applications Understand how to simulate malicious attacks Explore techniques that find vulnerabilities in the configuration of web services on a server Discover methods that can verify the security of your codeScott C. MacCallum is a technology manager, freelance technology author, and software freedom activist, who has been working with the BSD and GNU/Linux operating systems since 1999. His current areas of interest are security, reverse engineering, and developing free software.
Mac Minimum System Requirements:Mac Recommended System Requirements:Processor:   AnyRAM:   AnyHard Disk:   1GBVideo Card:   AnySupported OS:   Mac OS Sierra 10.12, Mac El Capitan 10.11, Mac Yosemite 10.10, Mac Mavericks 10.9, Mac Mountain Lion 10.8, Mac Lion 10.7, Mac Snow Leopard 10.6, Mac Leopard 10.5, Mac OS X, Macintosh

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