[Owasp-boston] Owasp-boston Digest, Vol 83, Issue 2

Matt Cheung mgcheung at gmail.com
Tue Mar 4 13:14:28 UTC 2014


I hope it's ok to ask the list, but I'm thinking about going to this and
if I do, what are parking options?  Can I park at the Akamai parking
garage?  If so, how much would it be?  Thanks.

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>    1. Wed. March 5 meeting Akamai 6:30 (Jim Weiler)
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> Hi Folks,
> The Meetup site is down due to DDOS, so this is a reminder.
> OWASP Boston March meeting - 3 training sessions - Akamai 6:30
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>    -
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>    One will be on SQL Injection - intro, detection, prevention, scanning
>    and false positives. This is the most serious web application vulnerability.
>
>    The second will be on OWASP WebGoat. WebGoat is a deliberately insecure
>    web application maintained by OWASP <http://www.owasp.org/> designed to
>    teach web application security lessons. You can install and practice with
>    WebGoat in either J2EE or in ASP.NET <http://asp.net/>. In each lesson,
>    users must demonstrate their understanding of a security issue by
>    exploiting a real vulnerability in the WebGoat applications. There are
>    hints and 39 different lesson plans on various vulnerabilities and
>    technologies. We won't cover all of them of course!
>    -
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>    The third will be on Cross Site Request Forgery - not a hack really,
>    it's just the way the web works. But it causes apps to do legitimate things
>    that you didn't ask them to do.
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> Pizza and drinks provided by Akamai.
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