[Owasp-leaders] There's a new OWASP Cheat Sheet in town -- iOS Developer Cheat Sheet
jim.manico at owasp.org
Tue Jul 17 21:58:06 UTC 2012
Ken - you are awesome. It took you only a week or so to deliver this
cheat sheet after I asked you to volunteer your content for it. That's
the fastest turnaround time I have seen so far. I feel the information
you provided is pertinent and concise, which I think is fundamental to
And Ken, although I do like the branding of "Jim Manico's Cheat Sheet
Series" (it DOES have a nice ring to it, don't you think?) the real name
is /The *OWASP* Cheat Sheet Series/ :) Go team!
So please folks, take a look at
https://www.owasp.org/index.php/IOS_Developer_Cheat_Sheet and help the
community by enhancing it!
Up next, Android Developer Cheat Sheet? Anyone? *cough* Mannino *cough* ? :)
Connections Committee Chair
Cheatsheet Series Product Manager
OWASP Podcast Producer/Host
jim at owasp.org
> Greetings OWASP friends,
> There's a new cheat sheet available in Jim Manico's cheat sheet series. This one is aimed at iOS app developers, and is available here:
> I consider it a first shot at providing some useful tips for iOS devs. I used the excellent work done on the DRAFT Mobile Security Risks list by Jack Mannino et al as a starting point. But without a doubt, I'm sure it could use some more fleshing out and detailing.
> Even still, I hope it provides some value and utility for iOS devs. I know I'll be referring people to it in my own iOS classes.
> Special thanks to Jim Manico for doing the Wiki formatting on this doc! Much appreciated, Jim. Mahalo nui loa.
> Kenneth R. van Wyk
> KRvW Associates, LLC
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