Course Description

The Bug Hunting course is designed to equip participants with the essential skills and knowledge required to identify, report, and mitigate software vulnerabilities. Participants explore a variety of tactics and strategies employing professional bug hunters to find and exploit vulnerabilities in network infrastructure, mobile apps, and web applications throughout this full course. Participants will learn how to effectively contribute to the security of technology through a combination of theoretical teachings, practical hands-on exercises, and cases from real-life.

What is bug hunting?

Bug hunting is the proactive and systematic process of identifying software bugs or security vulnerabilities in applications, systems, or networks. It involves leveraging a variety of techniques, tools, and skills to discover and report these issues to the appropriate parties for resolution. By actively seeking out bugs, bug hunters contribute to enhancing the overall security posture of digital systems and safeguarding users' data.

What You’ll Learn?
  • Scanning Network, Web-Application, Vulnerabilities
  • Installation and Work with multiple operating sytems
  • Different types of Hacking attacks
  • Made connection with Trojan, Ransomware, Metasploit etc.
  • Wi-Fi made simple to setup your hacking environment.

Course Curriculum

In this course, students will learn about Advanced Web-Application Exploiting techniques. Like: Buffer Overflow, CMS Hunting, Server Hijacking, CORS, etc.

Week 1-4

We start some basic lessons in our First Phase of the Bug Hunting Course for a better understanding of this course.

25 Lessons

  • Introduction
  • Information Gathering
  • BurpSuite Introduction
  • Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Host Header Injection
  • URL Redirection
  • Parameter Tempering
  • HTML Injection
  • SQL Injection
  • File Inclusion
  • Missing SPF Record
  • No rate limiting
  • Source Code Discloser
  • Long Password Dos Attack
  • IDOR
  • Server Site Request Forgery (SSRF)
  • Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
  • Hostile Subdomain Takeover
  • S3 Bucket Takeover
  • Command Injection (RCE)
  • File Uploading
  • XML External Entity Injection
  • Buffer Overflow
  • Wordpress Vulnerability
  • Joomla Vulnerability
Week 5-8

Now we continue some Advanced attacking lessons in our Second Phase of the Bug Hunting Course.

19 Lessons

  • Drupal Vulnerability
  • CMS Vulnerability Hunting
  • HSTS (HTTP Strict transport Security)
  • Session Fixation
  • Account Lookout
  • Password Reset Poisoning
  • Identity management test Testing
  • Authentication Testing
  • Cryptographic Vulnerability
  • Session Mangement Testing
  • Exposed Source Code Control System
  • Apache Structs RCE Hunting
  • Web Cache Deceptions
  • Server Side Includes injection
  • Ticket Tricks Bug Bounty
  • Multi-Factor Authentication
  • HTTPoxy Attack
  • Webmin Unauthentication bypass
  • HeartBleed
Week 9-10

Now we continue some Advanced attacking lessons in our Third Phase of the Bug Hunting Course.

20 Lessons

  • Appweb Authentication Bypass
  • Ngnix
  • MySQL Authentication Bypass
  • DMS Zone Transfer
  • Log Injection
  • Cache Testing
  • Black (Jinga-2) SSTI to RCE
  • Handloop Vulnerability
  • CSRF Same site bypass
  • JWT Token Attack
  • Email bounce resource
  • IVR Call Request Crash
  • Weak Password Reset
  • Business Login Vulnerabilities
  • RPC Ping Back Attack
  • WAF/ MOD Security Bypass
  • Broken Authentication
  • Open redirection
  • Null Byte Injection
  • CORS Vulnerabilities

Course Rating

5.00 average rating based on 540+ rating

(5 Review)


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K4li Exploit3r (Canada)
1 Week ago

The Bug Hunting training course provided by Recon Cyber Security exceeded my expectations in every way. The instructors were incredibly knowledgeable and guided us through practical exercises that simulated real-world scenarios. The course material was comprehensive, covering all aspects of bug hunting from recon to exploitation. I highly recommend this course to anyone looking to enhance their skills in cyber security.

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Sunil Sahu
3 Weeks ago

I've taken several cyber security courses in the past, but the Bug Hunting training course from Recon Cyber Security stands out as one of the best. The trainers were not only experts in the field but also excellent teachers, explaining complex concepts in a clear and concise manner. The hands-on labs were challenging and helped solidify the concepts learned in the lectures. This course has significantly improved my bug hunting skills, and I'm grateful for the opportunity to learn from the best.

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Shubham Gupta
1 Month ago

Recon Cyber Security's Bug Hunting training course is a must-have for anyone interested in pursuing a career in cyber security. The course content is up-to-date and covers the latest techniques used in bug hunting and recon. The instructors are passionate about sharing their knowledge and provided valuable insights into the bug hunting process. The practical exercises were engaging and allowed me to apply what I learned in a safe environment. I would highly recommend this course to both beginners and experienced professionals.

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Ayush Kumar (USA)
3 Months ago

The Bug Hunting training course offered by Recon Cyber Security is an excellent investment for anyone serious about mastering the art of bug hunting. The course materials are comprehensive, well-structured, and easy to follow. The hands-on labs provide practical experience and allow you to apply the techniques learned in real-world scenarios. The instructors are responsive to questions and provide timely feedback. After completing this course, I feel confident in my bug hunting abilities and ready to tackle any security challenge."

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Bunty Singh
5 Months ago

Enrolling in the Bug Hunting training course at Recon Cyber Security was one of the best decisions I made for my professional development. The course is designed to cater to different skill levels, making it accessible to beginners and experienced individuals alike. The trainers were supportive and provided personalized guidance throughout the course. The course also emphasized the importance of responsible disclosure and ethical hacking practices, which I found commendable. I am grateful for the knowledge gained from this course, and I highly recommend it to anyone interested in bug hunting and recon.


Fraquently Asked

Bug hunting is the proactive process of searching for software bugs or security vulnerabilities in applications, networks, or systems to enhance their security and reliability.

Bug hunting helps identify and mitigate potential risks, ensuring the security of digital infrastructure and protecting sensitive data from exploitation by malicious actors..

To become a bug hunter, you can start by learning programming languages, networking concepts, and security fundamentals. Additionally, practicing on bug bounty platforms and participating in bug-hunting communities can help sharpen your skills.

Bug hunting requires a combination of technical skills, such as knowledge of programming languages, web protocols, and security testing techniques. Additionally essential are strong problem-solving and communication skills.

Yes, bug hunters are often rewarded for finding bugs through bug bounty programs. These programs offer financial incentives or recognition to individuals who discover and report vulnerabilities.

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