Hack-proofing Your ASP.NET Web Applications

This course provides the developer with techniques for hack-proofing their applications by understanding the attacks that are used, and how to defend against them.
Course info
Rating
(354)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 3, 2012
Duration
5h 0m
Table of contents
SQL Injection
Information Leakage
Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
Parameter Tampering
Encryption and Hashing
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Denial of Service
Session Management and Hijacking
Description
Course info
Rating
(354)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Feb 3, 2012
Duration
5h 0m
Description

Developers are notoriously lax in security. Part of the problem is not understanding how our applications are attacked. To protect your applications you need to BE a hacker. You need to understand how your applications are hacked, and therefore, how to protect them. This course goes over the most common hacking techniques using an array of current attacks to show how a web application is exploited. This course covers exploits and protections for both Web Forms and MVC. Covered are such topics as sql injection, parameter tampering, information leakage, cross-site scripting (xss), cross-site request forgery, encryption, hashing, and denial of service all with applicable demos.

About the author
About the author

Adam Tuliper is a Software Architect specializing in WCF, ASP.NET, SQL Server, MVC, C#, jQuery, and Silverlight with a strong emphasis on security. He is a top rated INETA Community Speaker, MSDN Magazine Author, national conference presenter, and regularly speaks at .NET User Groups and code camps.

Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

SQL Injection
Hi. Welcome to hack-proofing your ASP. NET applications. My name is Adam Tuliper and in this module, we're going to be covering SQL injection.

Information Leakage
Hi. Welcome to hack proofing your ASP. Net applications. My name is Adam Tuliper, and in this module, I'll be covering information leakage, also known as information exposure.

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
Hi welcome to Hack-Proofing your ASP. NET Applications. My name is Adam Tuliper with Pluralsight, and in this module, I'll be covering cross-site scripting.

Parameter Tampering
Welcome Hack-Proofing your ASP. NET Applications. My name is Adam Tuliper and this module I'll be talking about parameter tampering.

Encryption and Hashing
Hi, welcome to Hack-Proofing Your ASP. NET Applications. My name is Adam Tuliper and in this module, I'll be covering encryption and hashing and how it applies the hack-proofing your application.

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Hi. Welcome to Hack-Proofing, your ASP. NET Applications. My name is Adam Tuliper. And in this module, we're going to be talking about cross-site request forgery.

Denial of Service
Welcome to Hack Proofing your Asp dot Net Applications. My name is Adam Tuliper and in this module I'll be covering denial of service.

Session Management and Hijacking
Hi welcome to Hack Proofing your ASP. Net applications. My name is Adam Tuliper. In this module, I'll be covering Session Management and Session Hacking.