AppCheck Webinar: URL's, Uploads & Dragons [New date announced]

Web App Security: URLs, Uploads & Dragons [New Date Announced] 


Tuesday 10th December – 11am or 3pm

Hosted by Nick Blundell, Head of Research & Development at AppCheck


Due to the great feedback from our last webinar we have decided to host this again with a new date announced in December.  We ran this session at The Cyber Hack Theatre at the Digital Transformation Expo London 2019 this year and due to the overwhelming success have decided to provide this as a webinar for those not able to attend.



Handling file uploads and processing URLs should be easy, right? Well, it turns out there are many things that can go wrong, in lots of different ways, and at many levels (e.g. an application, a framework, the web browser, a proxy server). We explore through example how assumptions and subtle mishandling of URLs and files can lead to various high severity OWASP top 10 vulnerabilities.


In this seminar we will build an understanding of these vulnerabilities that spares no detail whilst being accessible also at a non-technical level.



  • Subtle dangers of the humble URL
  • Why hackers gravitate towards File Upload features
  • Exploitation of Server-side Request Forgery (SSRF) vulnerabilities
  • How to avoid these dragons


Benefit to the delegate:

  • Unlimited delegates per organisation, therefore a FREE 1-hour training session for all personnel
  • An appreciation of the exploitation potential of URLs
  • An understanding of how to avoid these vulnerabilities
  • Speaker is an expert in the field with 10 + years pen testing experience and now heads up AppCheck’s Research & Development programme
  • The client can also book a free assessment using our automated penetration testing tool (prior to or following the webinar) against an owned target of their choice


Sorry, you missed this one. Check out our January 2020 Webinar here.

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