Brief anecdotal stories about past Bug Hunting finds that have no real word skill to offer. Yes these bugs were found. You can use this book as a jumping off point to understand sites & apps are manipulatable but it doesn’t help you grow any skills to do your own big hunting.
Look into a real cyber sec institution & take a class. You’ll learn how to actually bug hunt. You can find lots of examples using real syntax for exploitation through the Offensive Security site.
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Peter Yaworski is a self-taught developer and ethical hacker who began building websites exclusively with Drupal. Since then, he has expanded his interest to Rails, Android app development, and software security, while producing over 100 video tutorials and interviews on YouTube covering ethical hacking, web development, and Android to help teach others what he's learned. Peter continues to be an active bug bounty participant with thanks from Shopify, HackerOne, Salesforce, Twitter, Starbucks and the US Department of Defense among others.
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What a waste of money & time.4 September 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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Highly recommended31 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I have read Peter's Web Hacking 101 book and was amazed at the level of detail found within. As soon as I saw this book was announced, I pre-ordered and have been nothing but happy. Peter has a great way of breaking down each bug into a level of understanding that is good for beginners, but also deep enough to where intermediate bug hunters can still pick up different concepts and skills. Overall, I would highly recommend this to anyone just starting in bug bounty hunting / web app pentesting or wanting to expand on existing knowledge in web app pentesting and bounty hunting. Thanks for your hard work and for another great book, Peter!
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Love it, good quality, No Starch Press is the best14 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
The book showed up in perfect condition, not a single scratch/bent corner/creased page. Simply PERFECT. The knowledge contained in this book is ESSENTIAL. I recommend this text for everyone from people with zero knowledge of Cybersecurity, to script kiddies, all the way up to well-versed professionals.
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A solid book full of real world examples11 March 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
This was the book I was looking for to build my web application penetration testing skills. This book is filled with real world examples and the technical explanations behind them.
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one if not the only best new web-hacking book23 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I have been looked at many new web-hacking books recently which cover the assessment of web application and the bug-class types related to web application, most of the books are not well organized or missing critical information, this book with a short page numbers explain it well with a real-world examples without any non-useful additional unneeded information, will for sure recommend to anyone looking to be a bug-hunter or want to study the recent attacks against web application
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