Bug bounties, also known as responsible disclosure programs, are setup by companies to encourage people to report potential issues discovered on their sites. Some companies chose to reward a researcher with money, swag, or an entry in their hall-of-fame.Bug bounties, also known as responsible disclosure programs, are setup by companies to encourage people to report potential issues discovered on their sites. Some companies chose to reward a researcher with money, swag, or an entry in their hall-of-fame. If you’re interested in web application security then they’re a great way of honing your skills, with the potential of earning some money and/or credibility at the same time.

Bug Bounty

 
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  • Introduction to Web-Application penetration Testing
  • Introduction to OWASP
  • Brute Force Attack and Dictionary Attack
  • CAPTCHA Bypass
  • SQL Injection
  • Testing for SQL Injection
  • 8.XSS (Cross-Site Scripting)
  • Exploiting XSS Vulnerability
  • Privilege-Escalation Vulnerability
  • CSRF (Cross Site Request Forgery)
  • CSRF Token Bypass
  • Broken Authentication and Session Management
  • Insecure Direct Object Reference (IDOR)
  • Security Misconfiguration
  • Sensitive Data Exposure
  • Un-validated Redirects and Forwards
  • Rate Limiting
  • Click jacking Vulnerability
  • Business Logic Bugs
  • Some Ways to Find Logical Vulnerability
  • Writing Exploitation Codes in PHP
  • Burp Tools and Mozilla Extension
  • Mobile App security Testing