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setting up web server,sql injection and prepared statements – Free Udemy Courses

setting up a web server,SQL injection, and prepared statements – Free Udemy Courses

how to set up a web server in Linux and learn about SQL injection and patch it using prepared statements

What you’ll learn

setting up a web server, SQL injection, and prepared statements – Free Udemy Courses

  • how to set up a web server
  • how to create a website
  • SQL injection
  • prepared statements
  • how to create a database in MySQL
  • MySQL in cli
  • how to create a website on Linux
  • how to install MySQL on Linux


  • there is no requirement for this course


the initial goal of this course was to learn about databases, how to use them for our website, how to attack them using concepts like SQL injection, and how to patch the vulnerabilities resulting in SQL injection using prepared statements, but for us to do that, we start by creating a website from scratch by buying a virtual private server (VPS) with the Linux as its operating system, which would result to teach some other concepts along the way.

so as we along you would be familiar with almost everything you need to create a website from scratch, including concepts that you usually take for granted, for example, we learn HTML, CSS, and javascript abstracts, what these things are, and why you need them, also we will talk about Linux and some important commands.  and at last, you learn about SQL injection, and why such an attack exists so that you could better understand how to exploit or patch it by yourself and not use any third-party applications.

so after this, you could just set up your web server, and even use your computer for that purpose even though we talk about why this is not recommended, also you learn how to buy VPS and create your website vulnerable to SQL injection and then patch it using prepared statements.

Who this course is for:

  • web developers
  • security pentesters

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