Bug Bounty Bootcamp (No Starch Press)
Wednesday, 29 December 2021

This book shows how to hack web applications for company-sponsored bug bounty programs where researchers are invited to search for vulnerabilities on applications and can be rewarded for their findings. Vickie Li shows how to perform reconnaissance on a target, how to identify vulnerabilities, and how to exploit them. You'll also learn how to navigate bug bounty programs set up by companies to reward security professionals for finding bugs in their web applications.

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This book is designed to help beginners with little to no security experience learn web hacking, find bugs, and stay competitive in this booming and lucrative industry. By the end of the book, you'll have learned the tools and techniques necessary to be a competent web hacker and find bugs on a bug bounty program.

Author: Vickie Li
Publisher: No Starch
Date: December 2021
Pages: 416
ISBN: 978-1718501546
Print: 1718501544
Kindle: B08YK368Y3
Audience: Developers interested in bug bounties
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Security

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