Jun 07, 2020
CIS 283 - Web Application Hacking 3 Credits
Provides in-depth view of current and future mainstream risks to web applications, and web application servers. Students will learn how to use common web based application tools that will help identify programmatic errors in coding that can allow a computer hacker to access information from a web based application. Students will learn the fundamentals of web site hacking, and mitigation standards to ensure that web based applications are coded and secured correctly.
Designed to Serve This course is designed to serve students in the CIS program, web developer program, industry professionals, programmers, web designers, and others who are creating or have responsibility for securing web-based applications.
Active Date 2012-05-24
Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 28
Contact Hours: Lecture 22 Lab 22 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 44
I. Basics of Scanning Tools, SQLMap and Havij
II. Cross Site Scripting
A. How code is injected and used to propagate malware
C. Cross Domain Trust
a. how to abuse cross domain trust to inject malware
III. Host/Network Security
IV. Programming Standards
A. What are the signatures of the tools
B. How do you find them?
C. How do you reverse engineer them?
Student Learning Outcomes
Demonstrate overall understanding of Web Site Development.
Demonstrate effective use of common testing tools.
Effectively set file permissions for use on a server.
Use parsing of files to find needed information.
Demonstrate an understanding of interpreted languages.
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