[Owasp-germany] OWASP Cheat Sheet Workshop

Jim Manico jim.manico at owasp.org
Sat Sep 16 23:54:18 UTC 2017

What brilliant pieces of work. Thank you!

I am extremely grateful that you all took time to help the community by
advancing these important cheat sheet.

Very nice work on the changes you made to the REST cheatsheet. It's a
difficult topic and I think you advanced the work significantly. I think
we can take it out of draft mode.

Thank you kindly for adding a new DOS cheatsheet!

I'll be sure to add these to the navigation.


- Jim

On 9/16/17 7:32 PM, Jan Wolff wrote:
> Hello everybody,
> the OWASP Cheat Sheet Workshop Germany finally took place on 11th/12th
> of September close to Frankfurt.
> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Germany/Cheat_Sheet_Workshop
> The original idea was to get two groups together working on one topic
> each. We had less registrations as expected over the summer and, as
> was to be expected, lost some participants because of short-term
> obligations. We ended up with motivated group of five participants
> working on the REST Web Services and Denial of Service cheat sheets.
> People were arriving on Sunday the 10th and we had a nice get together
> in the evening. On Monday, we kicked off the workshop with a remote
> call with Jim Manico who stayed up late for us in California (thx
> Jim!). The following two days were filled with brainstorming,
> discussions and editing... and good food and coffee as well.
> Results (still in draft/review status)
> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/REST_Security_Cheat_Sheet
> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/DRAFT_Denial_of_Service_Cheat_Sheet
> Improving the existing cheat sheets sometimes meant removing content.
> We did not take those decisions lightly and want to encourage everyone
> to have a look/discuss/review what is there. If you do not agree with
> changes, please state your opinion and let us discuss on the mailing
> list to improve the material.
> Big thanks to everyone who supported us and made this great experience
> possible: Jim Manico, Martin Knobloch, all the helpers from the German
> Chapter and especially Boris Hemkemeier, who had the idea and
> initiated the project.
> Best
> Jan Wolff

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