SecureFlag, the hands-on secure code training platform for developers and DevOps engineers.

We have revolutionized the antiquated approach to AppSec training with our cutting-edge platform. It responds to the real learning needs of developers, with hands-on exercises and real-world scenarios in real development environments.




Developers have access to a continuously updated library of exercises based on real-world vulnerabilities. These exercises teach them how to identify and remediate the most prevalent security issues by doing, instead of simply seeing.

Learning paths

Learning Paths

Training courses that enable participants to attain expert, usable knowledge in a systematic and iterative manner. When candidates complete a Learning Path, they receive a certification which they will maintain by taking refresher exercises throughout the year. Our Learning Paths have been carefully designed to incorporate relevant, related, and escalating issues, building on one another in complexity to ensure that the solidity of the foundation is continuously and logically augmented.


Adaptive learning

Organizations can effortlessly implement iterative and individualized training to fill competence gaps, and thus ensure that they have the most skilled workforce to help them achieve their business ambitions.



Managers can set up tournaments – the perfect way to engage with the broader, enterprise-wide developer community, and promote learning in a fun and team-oriented manner.

Metrics and Dashboards

Metrics and dashboard

SecureFlag measures participants’ actual secure coding competence with powerful, in-depth analytics. Developers and managers can easily interpret which areas to focus on with the dashboard that presents the most relevant information derived from the developer’s own learning outcomes. All completed exercises, scores, tournaments, and test durations can be reviewed and used for ongoing on-the-job improvement.

SDLC Integrations

SDLC Integrations

Companies can embed our security training as part of the Software Development Lifecycle using our APIs and create custom exercises using the open source SecureFlag SDK.

What we cover


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Server Hardening

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Secure Coding Topics

  • Arbitrary File Upload
  • Arbitrary File Download
  • Authentication Bypass
  • Broken OAuth Authentication
  • Broken SAML Authentication
  • Authorisation Bypass
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery
  • Broken JWT Authentication
  • Cross-Site Scripting Reflected
  • Cross-Site Scripting DOM-based
  • Cross-Site Scripting Stored
  • Cross-Site Websocket Hijacking
  • Dangerous File Inclusion
  • Denial of Service
  • Dynamic Code Evaluation
  • GraphQL
  • Hardcoded Secrets
  • Expression Language Injection
  • Elasticsearch
  • HTTP Parameter Pollution
  • HTTP Header Injection
  • HTTP Response Splitting
  • Insecure Network Communication
  • Insecure Direct Object References
  • Information Exposure
  • Inadequate Error Handling
  • Inadequate CORS Policy
  • Insecure Randomness
  • Leftover Debug Functionality Exposed
  • Insufficient Logging
  • LDAP Injection
  • Logout Does Not Invalidate Session
  • Log Injection
  • OS Command Injection
  • Open Redirect
  • NoSQL Injection
  • Mass Assignment
  • PCI Privacy Violation
  • Padding Oracle
  • Reflected File Download
  • Sensitive Strings In Memory
  • Server Side Request Forgery
  • SQL Injection
  • Server Side Template Injection
  • Session Fixation
  • Weak Hashing Algorithm
  • Unsafe Deserialization
  • Weak Encryption
  • XML Entity Expansion
  • XPath Injection
  • XML Injection
  • XQuery Injection
  • XSLT Injection

DevOps Topics

  • Unrestricted network policies
  • Network Capabilities
  • Privileged containers
  • Missing Network Isolation
  • Exposed Docker Socket
  • Resources Exaustion
  • Lack of data-at-rest encryption
  • Hardcoded secrets
  • Insecure API port enabled
  • Exposed Network Service
  • Unresticted access to the Kubelet API
  • Exposed Docker Port
  • Shared Host Network
  • Insufficient namespace separation
  • Permissive Capabilities
  • Exposed Host Devices
  • Improper secretes management
  • Permissive RBAC
  • Exposed internal service
  • and many more...

Mobile Topics

  • Cross-Site Scription in WebView
  • Session Fixation
  • Flag Secure Not Set
  • Event Based Local Authentication Bypass
  • Logging of Sensitive Data
  • Path Traversal in Content Provider
  • Sensitive Activity Exported
  • Insecure Data Storage
  • Backup of Sensitive Data
  • Sensitive Service Exported
  • SQL Injection in Content Provider
  • Sensitive String in Memory
  • Inadequate Error Handling
  • Insufficient Logging
  • Sensitive Content Provider Exported
  • Sensitive Broadcast Receiver Exported

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