[Owasp-cincinnati] FW: FW: OWASP Question
Marco M. Morana
marco.morana at owasp.org
Wed Jan 30 19:35:07 EST 2008
Thanks John, I fwd your availability to help on the mailing list
From: John Fellers [mailto:john.fellers at gmail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 7:32 PM
To: Marco M. Morana
Subject: Re: [Owasp-cincinnati] FW: OWASP Question
I have installed it on linux, so if anyone has any questions, feel free to
ask me. thanks.
GREM, STS, C|EH, C|NDA
Reverse Engineer and Ethical Hacker
"Information is knowledge, knowledge is power, and power is the ability to
On Jan 30, 2008 7:24 PM, Marco M. Morana <marco.morana at owasp.org> wrote:
I have been asked if Webgoat can be installed on Linux. The answer is YES.
See my email (*) response for Steve.
Also yesterday presentation is now on-line:
The next presentation topic is also updated
To accommodate some requests the next February meeting has been move to 6.45
When: Febrary 26th, 2008, 6.45pm - 7:45pm Presentation start 7.00 pm
Session Topic: OWASP Top Ten Vulnerabilities and Software Root Causes:
Solving The Software Security Problem From an Information Security
Who: Marco Morana (Citigroup, TISO, OWASP Chapter Leader, Security Blogger)
I encourage yesterday meeting attendees that did not subscribe the mailing
list before to do so.
The mailing list web page is:
Sorry but I do not intend to use personal email for OWASP announcements
except for exceptional cases (personal contacts)
Thanks again for your participation and interest in OWASP
Webgoat can be installed on Linux (OpenSuse) AFAIK
The article herein included might help you on what you need to install it on
OWASP Cincinnati Chapter Leader
p.s. we have another session on February 26th. If you are interested to
participate please join the mailing list via the local page, thanks
From: Bradley, Stephen W. Mr. [mailto:bradlesw at muohio.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, January 30, 2008 12:04 PM
To: Marco.M.Morana at gmail.com
Subject: OWASP Question
I work for Rich Knowles and he passed some info along to me for review.
In the process of reviewing things I decided to install WebGoat. I have
this strange feeling that it does not currently install or run on Linux.
Do you know if that is the case?
Everything on the OWASP site seems to only have .bat files in it and not
Stephen W. Bradley GCIH CISSP
Network Security Specialist
Information Security Office
bradlesw at muohio.edu
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