[Owasp-ireland] OWASP Ireland April Event: XSS Attacks and Windows Phone 7 Security

Fabio Cerullo fcerullo at owasp.org
Tue Apr 10 23:07:21 UTC 2012

Dear all,

We have the great pleasure to invite you to the upcoming OWASP Dublin event
*next Friday 20th April at 17:00* (registration opens at 16:30) in *Google
Ireland Engineering offices *at One Grand Canal Plaza Building (located on
Grand Canal Street Upper, beside the junction of Warrington Place and
Barrow Street).

You could find a placemark for the building on this map :

This event is free and open to EVERYONE but registration is mandatory.

Registration URL: http://www.regonline.com/xssattacks

*Workshop #1 Details - **

XSS Attacks | skacttA SSX

Eoin Keary, Global Vice Chair of OWASP and Director
withBCCRiskAdvisory.com<http://bccriskadvisory.com/> shall
discuss the common and not so common issues related to XSS. He shall
demonstrate sample XSS exploits and discuss how such issues can be

- Attacking using, and defending against our old friend XSS
- Why traditional HTTP testing is not enough
- Why client side security is useful.
- Client side API's to defend against XSS: OWASP ESAPI, ESAPI4JS
*Guest Speaker: *Eoin Keary
*Twitter:*  @eoinkeary

*Workshop #2 Details: Windows 7 Security*

This presentation will detail the security features of Windows Phone 7 with
an emphasis on how developers can produce Windows Phone 7 apps that are
free from common mobile application security vulnerabilities.

*Guest Speaker: *David Rook
*Twitter:*  @securityninja

David Rook is the Application Security Lead at Realex Payments in Dublin.
He is a contributor to several OWASP projects including the code review
guide and the Cryptographic Storage Cheat Sheet. He has presented at
leading information security conferences including DEF CON, BlackHat USA
and RSA Europe. In addition to his work with OWASP David created a security
resource website and blog called Security Ninja.

The Security Ninja blog was nominated for five awards including the best
technology blog at the Irish Blog Awards, the Computer Weekly IT Security
blog award and was a finalist for the Irish Web Awards Best Technology
Site. In 2011 David received a Developer Security MVP award from Microsoft
and is a finalist for the SC Magazine Rising Star 2012 award. David strives
to practice what he preaches and has backed up his work experience by
developing two open source security code review tools called Agnitio and
the Windows Phone App Analyser.
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