[OWASP-GUIDE] Technical Editorship

Abe abrahamkang at earthlink.net
Thu Feb 3 02:29:12 EST 2005

I think you have a good point.  I wrote the SAML section and think you are
right.  I hope to get more involved in the coming months with other sections
of the Guide as well.

I have some other Ideas for organization of the book and will present these
to the group when my ideas are fully thought out.

Warmest Regards,
Abraham Kang
Security Architect

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Sounds cool, I'm willing to help review it.

I contributed the Transport Security chapter (hopefully not the "so-so
SSL tutorial" ;-)

Glad to hear you corrected the various grammatical and spelling issues.

FYI, on first pass, I found the SAML chapter heavy on XML details, which
are documented in standards elsewhere, and light on big picture
considerations, like "What methods are available for federated
authentication, how do they contrast/compare, Why SAML? etc." I'd like
to see more big picture and client/server messaging discussion, rather
than focusing on the gory details of the XML elements so much ;-)

Frank Lemmon
Web Test Engr.                       Qualys, Inc.
Tel: (650) 801-6175 direct         On Demand Vulnerability Management
flemmon at qualys.com              www.qualys.com

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