Date: 28/09/20 | Time: 16:00 - 17:30 | Location: Blackboard Collaborate
Do you want to learn how web applications can be exploited and protected?
As more and more people move online there is a growing number of websites that have poor implementations of security, meaning that unauthorised parties can exploit the application. We aim to show off some of the most common vulnerabilities that can be in web applications, so that you are aware of them and can avoid them in your own applications.
OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) Juice Shop is an intentionally vulnerable web application that shows off multiple common and advanced exploits that can appear in web applications. Juice shop gamifies exploiting the vulnerabilities by giving challenges to complete that range from easy to hard to complete. Learn how the vulnerabilities exist and how to exploit them yourself.
There will be a follow up session that you can attend that will contain a more advanced walkthrough. This will be on the 12th October 2020, and will require you to be a member of the society, so buy a membership quick!
Get your tickets for FREE and we will send you a link via email to join our session on Blackboard Collaborate!
IMPORTANT! It seems our event has been removed from the list on the form we originally linked. We are contacting the SU to find out what happened, but for now you can register for the Give it a Go by emailing us at [email protected] with the subject line "Give it a Go Ticket Request" and we will add your email to the list. Apologies for any inconvenience!
You don't need to bring anything along with you - all you need is a computer to join the session!
However, if you want to follow along with what we're doing, you can setup Juice Shop in advance!
Take a look at our guide here
You shouldn't need a Kali Virtual Machine for this session either - but if you're in the mood for installing things, and want to be prepared for our first proper session, take a look at our Kali installation guide