[Owasp-bayarea] SF-OWASP invites you to OWASP-SF June Meeting (Jun 22, 2009)

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Event Summary:
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Event: OWASP-SF June Meeting
Date: Monday, June 22, 2009 from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (PT)
Location: Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco101 Market StreetSan Francisco, CA 94105 

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Event Details:
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Please join us for the San Francisco Chapter OWASP Meeting, with the following discussions:
 
Please note, because of high security measures at the Federal
  Reserve Bank, pre-registration is REQUIRED, so you can be issued a badge
  before entering the meeting. 

"Analyzing Web Malware" - Jeremy Brotherton 
In
this presentation, the state of Internet security will be discussed and
some of the techniques and tools used to analyze Javascript will be
reviewed.  There will be a use case review of gumblar.cn, which
successfully injected redirects
into upwards of 3,000 websites.

"Threats on the go-go: Web threats to mobile devices" - Dave Maynor
This presentation will detail auditing and development techniques for exploits that target mobile phones with a heavy emphasis on threats that come from the web.  Windows mobile and Google Android devices that will target the 
auditing and exploit discovery. 

About
  the Speakers
Jeremy BrothertonIn its "State of Internet Security Q3/Q4 2008",
  Websense reported that 70% of the top 100 websites either hosted malicious
  content or contained an masked redirect to compromised websites.  Most
  recently, gumblar.cn successfully injected redirects into upwards of 3,000
  websites.  Analyzing web-based malicious content can be time consuming
  and complex. In this presentation, Jeremy will cover some of the techniques
  and tools used to analyze Javascript.  Additionally, Jeremy will share
  his experience with the malicious Flash file which was being hosted by
  gumblar.cn.

  Dave Mayor 
  Mr. Maynor has a strong background in application security, reverse
  engineering and exploit development. Before joining Accuvant, Dave cofounded
  Errata Security - a think tank organization that specializes in rapid
  application development and security research. Prior to Errata, Dave was the
  Senior Researcher for Secureworks and a research engineer with the ISS
  X-Force R&D team. A well recognized personality in the information
  security world, Dave is a popular author and has been featured in multiple
  publications over the last several years including Fox News, CNN, the Associated Press,
  Security Focus and a multitude of other information security news
  sources. Dave has been both a primary and contributing author to several
  industry leading security books including: Metasploit
  Toolkit for Penetration Testing, Exploit Development, and Vulnerability
  Research, Syngress
  Force Emerging Threat Analysis: From Mischief to Malicious, and War Driving and Wireless Penetration
  Testing.
  
  
About
  OWASP
  The Open Web
  Application Security Project (OWASP) is dedicated to finding and fighting the
  causes of insecure software. The OWASP Foundation is a 501c3 not-for-profit
  charitable organization that ensures the ongoing availability and support for
  our work. OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in
  application security.
Arxan
  to give away a $200 AmEx gift card! Must be present to win!
Please note, because of high security measures at the Federal
  Reserve Bank, pre-registration is REQUIRED, so you can be issued a badge
  before entering the meeting. 
For
additional information, please visit the OWASP website.



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