Free Course and Certification – Gain your next generation knowledge

Free Course and Certification – Gain your next-generation knowledge

In this blog post what I’m trying to do is I’m going to let you a few free online line available courses when you follow those you can gain such  good knowledge about industry-leading  technology and  skills


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Digital Marketing Courses

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About this Course

Agile teams use “just enough” planning and an incremental approach to accomplishing the work of the team. Every project and every team uses a custom agile methodology. This course discusses common foundational principles and practices used by agile methodologies, providing the student a flexible set of tools to use in any role (e.g. product owner, scrum master, project manager, team member) on any agile team. This course mainly discusses agile and lean principles, the kanban and scrum agile methodologies, and uses Atlassian Jira Software Cloud as the main software tool to apply hands-on learning of the topics. The course includes instruction on “classic” Jira projects as well as the new “next-gen” Jira projects.

Students can use the free plan of Atlassian Jira Software Cloud to complete the hands-on labs associated with this course. By the time you have completed this course, you will have a strong foundational understanding of agile principles and practices, and strong hands-on experience with Atlassian Jira Software Cloud. You will be the site administrator for your Jira account, so you will be able to perform basic administration tasks on your site. You should be able to continuously configure your Jira project(s) to match your team’s custom agile methodology. You can watch the videos and take the quizzes from your phone if you want, but the hands-on labs using Atlassian Jira Software Cloud require you to have a Windows, Mac or Linux computer. This course tries to be as concise as possible. It will probably take you about 6-12 hours to go through, but your mileage may vary. It is highly encouraged that you apply what you learn to managing personal agile projects after the course is complete.

5 Popular Web Hosting Services Found Vulnerable to Multiple Flaws

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A security researcher has discovered multiple one-click client-side vulnerabilities in the some of the world’s most popular and widely-used web hosting companies that could have put millions of their customers as well as billions of their sites’ visitors at risk of hacking.

Independent researcher and bug-hunter Paulos Yibelo, who shared his new research with The Hacker News, discovered roughly a dozen serious security vulnerabilities in Bluehost, Dreamhost, HostGator, OVH, and iPage, which amounts to roughly seven million domains.

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Some of the vulnerabilities are so simple to execute as they require attackers to trick victims into clicking on a simple link or visiting a malicious website to easily take over the accounts of anyone using the affected web hosting providers.

Critical Flaws Reported in Popular Web Hosting Services

Yibelo tested all the below-listed vulnerabilities on all five web hosting platforms and found several account takeover, cross-scripting, and information disclosure vulnerabilities, which he documented on the Website Planet blog.

1. Bluehost—the company owned by Endurance which also owns Hostgator and iPage, and in total, the three hosting providers powers more than 2 million sites around the world. Bluehost was found vulnerable to:
  • Information leakage through cross-origin-resource-sharing (CORS) misconfigurations
  • Account takeover due to improper JSON request validation CSRF
  • A Man-in-the-middle attack can be performed due to improper validation of CORS scheme
  • Cross-site scripting flaw on allows account takeover (demonstrated in a proof-of-concept, below)

2. Dreamhost—the hosting provider that powers one million domains was found vulnerable to:

  • Account takeover using cross-site scripting (XSS) flaw

3. HostGator

  • Site-wide CSRF protection bypass allows complete control
  • Multiple CORS misconfigurations leading to information leak and CRLF

4. OVH Hosting—the company that alone powers four million domains around the world was found vulnerable to:

  • CSRF protection bypass
  • API misconfigurations

5. iPage Hosting

  • Account takeover flaw
  • Multiple Content Security Policy (CSP) bypasses

Video Demonstrations

Talking to The Hacker News, Yibelo said he took about an hour on each of the five web hosting platforms on an average to find at least one account takeover-related client-side vulnerability, mostly using the Burp Suite, a web application security testing tool, and Firefox browser plugins.

“They mostly focus on protecting the wrong assets, but most of them have medium security standards for their user profile portals and data exfiltration vulnerability classes. Most of their protections are easily bypassable using lesser-known tricks,” Yibelo told The Hacker News.

Among the affected hosting companies, Yibelo found Bluehost, HostGator and iPage to be the easiest ones to hack into, though he told The Hacker News that HostGator included “multiple layers of security checks (that can be bypassed, but they are there, unlike the other sites).”

Yibelo reported his findings to the affected web hosting providers, all except OVH patched their services before the information went public yesterday. OVH has yet to confirm and response on the researcher’s findings.