Introducing Web Application Penetration Testing Extreme Version 2

January 13, 2020 | by Matt | Blog posts Penetration testing for web applications is constantly changing as new threats evolve. In that vein, eLearnSecurity is releasing an updated version of our Web Application Penetration Testing eXtreme course, WAPTXv2. The latest version includes vital updates and a new module on serialization that covers Java, PHP, and .NET as well as untypical serialization you may come across during pentesting. WAPTXv2 is…

January 13, 2020

A Closer Look at the eXploit Development Training Course – XDS

October 8, 2019

October 8, 2019 | by Emma Brothers | Blog posts With the rise of cybersecurity threats, it’s more important now than ever for InfoSec professionals to be at the top of their game. eLearnSecurity’s newest IT security training course, eXploit Development Student (XDS), along with its associated certification, eLearnSecurity Certified eXploit Developer (eCXD), was developed to increase the effectiveness and earnings potential of students’ pentesting, research and bug hunting engagements….


Introducing the XDSv1 Training Course

September 17, 2019

September 17, 2019 | by Emma Brothers | Blog posts Our brand new eXploit Development Student course is now open for enrollment! Learn more about the training course and save 30% on XDSv1 during our special launch promotion. Ready to become a certified Exploit Developer? Built for anyone with little to no background in exploit development, XDSv1 starts from the basics and covers all exploit development fundamentals every Penetration Tester…


COURSE LAUNCH: Exploit Development Student Version 1 – XDSv1

September 3, 2019

September 3, 2019 | by Emma Brothers | Blog posts Kick your cybersecurity career into high gear with a foundation in exploit development! By taking eLearnSecurity’s brand new exploit development course, you can increase the effectiveness and earnings potential of your pentesting, research and bug hunting engagements. Join us for a live webinar launch on September 17 to find out more about the all new Exploit Development Student course. Learn exploit…


The 2 Tips Self-Taught Security Pros Will Give You

June 28, 2019

June 28, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts Can you become a InfoSec expert on your own? Self-taught security professionals will tell you it’s possible, and here are the 2 tips they will give you. Mastering the Basics Without a strong understanding and knowledge of IT and security basics, how do you expect to become a professional? In fact, mastering the basics will help you assimilate even more…


Focus on the Penetration Testing Professional Training Course — PTP

June 21, 2019

June 21, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts In 2019, new threats are created faster than ever before. For this reason, successful IT Security professionals need to be aware of all possible attack techniques, vectors, and tools available. From system, WiFi, network, and web app security to PowerShell for Pentester, Ruby, Metasploit and Linux Exploitation, the PTP training course will teach you how to think like a hacker…


Get PTSv4 Elite Edition For Free [Limited Time Only]

June 14, 2019

June 14, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts, Company News Last month, we launched the Penetration Testing Student training course version 4. In light of its huge success, and many many inquiries, we’re offering you a special bundle to couple PTSv4 + PTPv5… and pay only for PTPv5. This Month’s Exclusive Offer Until June 30 exclusively, we’re offering you the brand-new PTSv4 training course in Elite Edition for…


The 5 Pillars of Successful Social Engineering Attacks

June 12, 2019

June 12, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts Thought Social Engineering attacks were something of the past? Think again! In fact, these types of attacks work so well because people are still the weakest link in cyber security. So, how do attackers do to hack the human brain? What is Social Engineering? A few statistics about social engineering attacks: According to Wombat Security’s 2019 State of the Phish, around…


Why Do Hackers Hack?

June 5, 2019

June 5, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts Bug bounty hunters are motivated only by cash, right? Think again. While financial incentives are one of the reasons hackers hack, they often have other motivations. According to HackerOne’s 2019 Hacker Report, curiosity is an enduring quality across the hacker community, as is an affinity for high profile vulnerability disclosure programs (such as the U.S. Department of Defense, General Motors,…


Penetration Testing: A Career Worth Considering

May 29, 2019

May 29, 2019 | by Marine D. | Blog posts Penetration Testing, much like IT Security as a whole, is becoming a more and more popular career path. Find out why it’s worth considering and how to get started. Why Penetration Testing Is a Great Career An Attractive Salary – From $42k to $103k + depending on your experience, the general professional Penetration Tester reports earning $61,717 / year, according…