Security Training for Developers

  • Directory traversal 3a 39d6d96147ca85bbecf83a46200dc9e7892ad65ccbf44876af80ff10a0304be0
  • Hack interactive applications to understand how you are vulnerable.
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  • Learn how to protect yourself with real, up-to-date code samples.
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  • Test your knowledge as you learn, by taking quizzes on each topic.

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Netsparker, the developers of dead-accurate web application security scanners have sponsored the Hacksplaining project to help raise web application security awareness which allow more developers to learn about writing secure code.