Category: OWASP

AMCHAM – OWASP: The Top Ten Cybersecurity Threats of 2008

Posted on 11/01/08 No Comments

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Proxy Caches and Web Application Security

Posted on 10/30/08 No Comments

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Comments on Proxy Caches and Web Application Security (OWASP Taipei)

Posted on 10/28/08 2 Comments

Hello from Taipei. We just completed an absolutely awesome OWASP conference (over 1200 attendees), OWASP AppSec Asia 2008 – Taiwan. This was a very well managed conference, organized by Wayne Huang, OWASP Taiwan Chapter Leader and Founder and CEO of Armorize.  In a future post, when I get links to other speaker’s presentations, I will [...]

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OWASP European Summit – Portugal

Posted on 10/15/08 No Comments

Portugal/Algarve – 4th – 7th November 2008 Setting the Web Application Security Agenda for 2009: OWASP Invites You to Join Our Summit in Portugal http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_EU_Summit_2008 With the theme ‘Setting the AppSec agenda for 2009′, the OWASP Summit will be a worldwide gathering of OWASP leaders and key industry players to present and discuss the latest [...]

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OWASP AppSec Asia 2008 – Taiwan

Posted on 10/14/08 No Comments

Here is the latest on OWASP AppSec Asia 2008 – Taiwan.  I will be giving a talk on Oct 27th about Proxy Caches and Web Application Security–using the recent Google Docs 0-day as an example. Some of the background for this presentation are Proxy Caches are a Challenging Threat to Internet Security and A New [...]

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OWASP AppSec Asia 2008: Proxy Caches and Web Application Security

Posted on 10/03/08 No Comments

Back to travelling a bit, I have accepted an invitation from Wayne Huang, Chapter Leader, OWASP Taiwan,  to give the following presentation at OWASP AppSec Asia 2008, October 27 – 28, 2008, in Taipei: Proxy Caches and Web Application Security Abstract:  Proxy caches, combined with poorly written session management code, can easily lead to serious [...]

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A New Security Breach in Google Docs Revealed

Posted on 09/15/08 10 Comments

I am a big fan of Google and, over time, I have started to enjoy the freedom from my desktop with Google Docs. For example, when I keep track of business expenses I have found it easier to update a Google Spreadsheet versus depending on Microsoft Excel on my laptop because I can update from [...]

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