Burp Suite is one of the most popular web application security testing tools. It has a ton of features and can do everything from intercepting and modifying HTTP requests/responses in real time, to scanning web applications for vulnerabilities, to brute forcing login forms, to testing the entropy of session tokens, and it even allows you to increase its functionality by writing plugins for it.
As awesome as the tool is – surprisingly few people are really comfortable with it. I decided to put together a workshop on Burp Suite.
The first day of the workshop I will be covering the core features of the tool (Proxy, Spider, Intruder, Repeater, Sequencer, Decoder, and Comparer), and common ways to use the tool.
The second day of the workshop I’ll be covering the more advanced features – integrating Burp with other tools, and writing your own plugins.
Web App Security Testing & Burp Suite Fundamentals
Integrating Burp Suite with other tools and writing your own plugins
Using Burp to mask Nikto headers
Running w3af plugins through Burp
Integrating Burp with SoapUI
Burp Suite Automation
To answer a few questions I’ve received:
- Yes it will be recorded for those of you that can’t attend
- True, it will be a live/interactive workshop so you can ask me questions during the event.
- Yes you get the virtual machines as soon as you signup for the event
Class Date and Time
Next Date to be announced soon.
Each class will be recorded and made available to the students via email. So you can keep up with the class even if you have to miss time or even a whole day.
The cost for this workshop is $200 online.
If you know that you are interested in this class as well as other InfoSec classes then you should consider the unlimited classes package for $49.99 per month. You can find out more about it by clicking on the link below:
NOTE: Due to Joe McCray’s travel and work schedule (ex: short notice consulting/training engagements or changes to those engagements) classes may reschedule or cancel. In these situations a refund will NOT be granted as the class will re-run the following week, or additional days will be added to the class schedule to make up for this.