Professionally Evil Web Penetration Testing Class

Ever thought about being able to test the security of your web applications? Wanted to know how the Professionally Evil hack web services and applications?  Interested in upgrading your skills around attacking modern web applications? Well now you have your chance!

Secure Ideas is excited to announce the latest in our course offerings.  We will be running a four day event in Orlando on July 14-17th.  Among the various topics, the course will cover:

  • Web Penetration Testing Methodology 
  • Using tools such as Burp Suite, Fiddler and OWASP’s ZAP
  • Automated testing tools
  • Testing SOAP and RESTful web services
  • Working with WebSockets
  • Testing OAuth implementations
  • Advanced exploitation techniques
  • Dealing with multiple domains and third-parties during the test

Kevin Johnson and James Jardine will be the instructors of this class.  They will be guiding the students in this VERY hands-on session.  The course will contain over three days of materials and finish with a live-fire capture the flag event.  This CtF will allow the students to take the hands-on exercises and techniques they learned and combine them into a real-world penetration test of a series of applications.

James and Kevin are also excited that the course will be based on a pre-release of SamuraiWTF v3.0!

The course will cost $2000 but we are offering it for only $1500 until June 15th.  To sign up, visit our website.  You can also reach us at for more information.

Course Requirements:
Students will need to bring a laptop running the latest version of VMWare Workstation/Player/Fusion.  The machine will need:

  • A minimum of 4GB of RAM
  • A minimum of 50GB free HD space
  • Wired ethernet connection

Course Location:

Holiday Inn Maingate East

5711 W. Irlo Bronson Mem Hwy Kissimmee, Florida 34746

Kevin Johnson is the CEO of Secure Ideas. If you are in need of a penetration test or other security consulting services you can contact him at or visit the Secure Ideas – Professionally Evil site for services provided.

3 thoughts on “Professionally Evil Web Penetration Testing Class”

  1. This is great news! Having attended multiple Kevin Johnson classes, I can say without a doubt start saving or working your management now for funding. You will come away with way more than your monies worth.

  2. I believe Oauth 2.0 has near risks after CRA (Covert redirect Attack). It's good to see someone is up to discuss the OAuth and upcoming client side trogare via HTML5 and related vectors.

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