[Owasp-leaders] A Project You May Not Know Of
owen.pendlebury at owasp.org
Tue May 26 10:22:49 UTC 2015
Speaking from experience this is a brilliant project. I have often used it
while teaching my university class and during chapter meetings, on each
occasion it has received excellent reviews.
Well worth taking a look.
OWASP Ireland- Dublin Chapter Lead
OWASP Ireland-Dublin Chapter Lead
On 26 May 2015 at 11:15, Mark Denihan <mark.denihan at owasp.org> wrote:
> Hey All,
> Security Shepherd has been around a while, but you may not have heard of
> it yet. Shepherd is a web and mobile application security
> awareness/training platform. We just released version 2.3 earlier this
> It's suitable for introducing AppSec concepts to beginners as well as for
> security pro's looking to flex their muscles. Shepherd demonstrates a wide
> array of AppSec topics through purposefully vulnerable web/mobile apps. The
> security risks in these apps are real, with limited exploitability to
> protect users and environment. There are no modules expecting a specific
> string to complete. If it works in Shepherd, it works in the real world.
> Shepherd is packed with features to make it ideal for classroom/workshop
> scenarios (Scoreboard, User Management, Layman Explanations, Customizable).
> So the next time you're teaching a class, running a workshop or training
> somebody in AppSec, think of Shepherd! Please spread the word!
> If you'd like to try it out we have a public instance currently running:
> https://owasp.securityshepherd.eu/ (Desktop Friendly)
> More Info: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Security_Shepherd
> Mark Denihan
> OWASP Ireland Board Member
> OWASP Security Shepherd Project Leader
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