Hacking MongoDB (NOSQL) training for Pentesters

MongoDB (aka NOSQL) seems a secure database, but there is no security and don’t forget the height of human stupidity. EH Academy announces the MongoDP penetration testing training course.

This course walks users through the basics of how common misconfigurations in MongoDB can lead to serious issues. It provides hands-on practice using the VM provided by the course author. As the title says, this course is intended for absolute beginners. Even if you never used MongoDB, you can still enroll in the course. It starts with the basics of MongoDB and how to use it. Slowly it gears towards the security concepts such as testing and exploiting misconfigurations in MongoDB instances, pentesting web applications that run MongoDB as their back-end, using automated tools available for testing and attacking MongoDB.

Below is the high level table of contents:

Module 1: Introduction

Module 2: Lab Walk-through

Module 3: Basics of Mongo shell

Module 4: Vulnerability Assessments

Module 5: Web based attacks

Module 6: Automated Assessments

Enroll Now!

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