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Harvard's CS50

CS50

CS50

Harvard University's introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming.

Pentesterlab's Recon Badge

PTLR

PTRL

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of multiple challenges covering the reconnaissance phase of a penetration test or bug bounty. These challenges include (but are not limited to): directory and virtual host brute-forcing, DNS reconnaissance, and information retrieval from git repositories.

Pentesterlab's Blue Badge

PTLB

PTLB

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of challenges of medium complexity related to the security of JSON Web Token, CBC-MAC as well as exploitation of vulnerabilities in Struts.

Pentesterlab's Yellow Badge

PTLY

PTLY

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of web challenges of medium complexity related to the security of web applications.

Pentesterlab's Intercept Badge

PTLN

PTLI0435

Obtaining this badge demonstrates a clear understanding of TLS and the ability to intercept communications in simple and complex scenarios.

Pentesterlab's Orange Badge

PTLO

PTLO0023

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of web challenges focused on attacking other web application's clients (XSS, CSRF, CORS...)

Pentesterlab's Serialize Badge

PTLS

PTLI0435

Obtaining this badge demonstrates an advanced understanding of serialization vulnerabilities and their exploitation in multiple languages (Java, PHP, Python)

Pentesterlab's PCAP Badge

PTLP

PTLP0266

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of challenges related to the analysis of network traces. This includes finding covert channels, understanding traffic and decrypting traffic.

Pentesterlab's Unix Badge

PTLU

PTLU1999

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of challenges covering the security of Unix/Linux systems. This includes the detection and exploitation of weak permissions, miscofiguration of common services (MySQL, Tomcat...) as well as misconfigurations of sudo.

Pentesterlab's Essential Badge

PTLE

PTLE1078

Obtaining this badge demonstrates the understanding and completion of simple web challenges covering a broad set of web vulnerabilities (SSRF, RCE, SQL and NoSQL injections, LDAP injection, XSS, OpenRedirect..)

Responsive Web Design

FreeCodeCamp

FCC-RWD

Developer Certification, representing approximately 300 hours of coursework.

JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures

FreeCodeCamp

FCC-JADS

Developer Certification, representing approximately 300 hours of coursework.