[OWASP-Philadelphia] Meeting Recap & Training Invitation

Justin C. Klein Keane jukeane at sas.upenn.edu
Wed Jan 9 13:55:43 UTC 2013


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Hey all,

  If you weren't at last night's meeting you missed an excellent (I
thought) exposition on virtual networking, delivered very impromptu,
by myself ;)  Actually the capture the flag exercise went a lot better
than I thought.  Everyone was able to get the target and a BackTrack
virtual machine up and running, and attack the target at least a
little.  There were some folks who managed to complete the exercise in
the hour we had, but hopefully everyone got some good exposure to
using some new tools in a safe testing environment.

  For the folks who couldn't make it, you can download the exercise
from
https://sourceforge.net/projects/lampsecurity/files/CaptureTheFlag/CTF7/
(download CTF7plusDocs.zip).  Note that there are other "releases" of
that project that are actually other exercises (CTF4, CTF5, and CTF6
are complete exercises).  If you find any problems or need any help
with the exercise (which includes a full 43 page PDF of instructions
for folks of all technical skill levels), shoot me an e-mail.

  Also, Cigital has sent out an invitation to a free training event
that they're hosting on Tuesday, January 22 from 8-10:30 AM in their
downtown Philadelphia offices
(https://cigitaltraining-philadelphia.eventbrite.com/).  It's a course
on foundations of software security and mobile applications
(http://www.cigital.com/training/course-information/foundations-of-software-security).
 From the invite:

"Please join
Cigital<http://cigital.createsend5.com/t/y-i-jddydkd-l-u/>, the
industry leader in software security, for a FREE exclusive training
event<http://cigital.createsend5.com/t/y-i-jddydkd-l-o/> discussing
the foundations of software security and creating mobile applications
taught by Cigital Principal and author of Hacking Exposed, Joel
Scambray. For more information regarding this 2-hour event on Tuesday,
January 22, 2013, please click
here<http://cigital.createsend5.com/t/y-i-jddydkd-l-b/>.
Looking forward to seeing you at this exclusive event!
Best Regards,
Steven Kelly"

  Hope to see you all at the next OWASP meeting, which should be out
in the burbs, for a change!

Cheers,

- -- 
Justin C. Klein Keane, MA MCIT
Information Security
University of Pennsylvania, School of Arts & Sciences

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