[Owasp-modsecurity-core-rule-set] Working on Paranoia-Mode for Core Rules 3.0.0

Noël Zindel mail at noelzindel.org
Thu Jan 7 19:34:31 UTC 2016

Hi Everyone,

First, thanks Christian for bringing this project to life and setting up everything. I’m excited to work with you guys.

Please note, as Christian already stated in his initial mail, I’m fairly new to ModSecurity and the Core Rules, even Apache is a topic I’m still scratching the surface.
Nevertheless, I seem to understand the basics and I’m highly motivated to dig deeper.

Reading through the tasks it appears to me that a good part requires at least an intermediate understanding of ModSec and the CRS -
even though comparing the two rulesets and documenting the project should be possible even for me; I’ll sign up for that as soon as I have access to the wiki.

I see myself more as additional “computing power”. So, if you need help with anything or got a task for me, let me know.
Just answer right here or ping me at mail(at)noelzindel(dot)org.


> On 07 Jan 2016, at 08:54, Christian Folini <christian.folini at netnea.com> wrote:
> Dear all,
> As mentioned in my previous response to Walter, I got enough
> feedback to form a little team to work on this.
> We created a wiki page on the OWASP wiki under the CRS
> page:
> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_ModSec_CRS_Paranoia_Mode
> I linked to this page from the main CRS page, where I introduced
> a section about the upcoming 3.0.0 release.
> We will try and document our work on this new CRS mode on the
> said wiki page. Technical discussions are supposed to be held
> in public, likely on this mailinglist for future archiving.
> More helping hands are still welcome. You can can join
> formally by sending me a message, or you can take part in the
> discussions here or on the wiki.
> Cheers,
> Christian Folini
> --
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> Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
> -- Benjamin Franklin
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