ken.johnson at nvisiumsecurity.com
Thu Jun 6 15:10:02 UTC 2013
I've been using issue tracking on the GitHub repo. Now that most of them
are closed, need to begin adding more (since I have my own personal notes
on what needs to be done).
I'd like to try Codesake as well. There is a section on using
guard/brakeman in the tutorials. If you submit an issue (or pull request,
hehe), "using Codesake" can be added to the tutorials (the "extras"
On Thu, Jun 6, 2013 at 10:59 AM, Paolo Perego <thesp0nge at owasp.org> wrote:
> Outstanding work. I really want to check codesake-dawn static analysis gem
> against this.
> Have you got a roadmap or a todo file in the repo?
> Il giorno 06/giu/2013 16:37, "Ken Johnson" <
> ken.johnson at nvisiumsecurity.com> ha scritto:
>> Tuesday we announced the release of Railsgoat (beta release). In
>> following with the "Goat" tradition, it is a purposefully vulnerable
>> application, consisting of the OWASP Top 10 (and a few extras,
>> Rails-specific). For now, it is in 2010 form, we will migrate to 2013 when
>> out of RC.
>> I think it's wise to keep it in beta for the next couple of weeks and
>> make sure we've worked out any unforeseen "kinks".
>> OWASP Page - https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Rails_Goat_Project
>> "Unofficial" Home page - http://railsgoat.cktricky.com/
>> GitHub - https://github.com/cktricky/railsgoat (only code)
>> Thanks in advance for taking a look, to Jim Manico for assisting in
>> making this happen, and OWASP for supporting these types of projects.
>> Ken (@cktricky)
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