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Python Web Penetration Testing Cookbook

By : Benjamin May, Cameron Buchanan, Andrew Mabbitt, Dave Mound, Terry Ip
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Python Web Penetration Testing Cookbook

By: Benjamin May, Cameron Buchanan, Andrew Mabbitt, Dave Mound, Terry Ip

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Table of Contents (16 chapters)
Python Web Penetration Testing Cookbook
About the Authors
About the Reviewers

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This book contains details on how to perform attacks against web applications using Python scripts. In many circumstances, these attacks are likely to be illegal in your jurisdiction and can be considered terms of service violation and/or professional misconduct. The instructions in this book are provided for usage in the context of formal penetration tests to protect a system against attacks, which are conducted with the permission of a site owner.