[OWASP-Philadelphia] OWASP-Philadelphia Digest, Vol 55, Issue 1

K Armetta krsarmetta at gmail.com
Thu Dec 10 01:14:21 UTC 2015


5pm
(I had to look it up on the eventbrite page too)

I already have 3 holiday events I'm not going to that evening but it sounds
like fun.  Glad to see it posted to the list.  I'll try to spread the word.


Kris

On Wed, Dec 9, 2015 at 7:48 PM, Leonard Harrison <lfharrison3 at gmail.com>
wrote:

> What time is the meeting?
> On Dec 8, 2015 7:02 AM, <owasp-philadelphia-request at lists.owasp.org>
> wrote:
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>> Today's Topics:
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>>    1. Next OWASP Meeting,       Tuesday the 15th at Radeon 1500 Market
>>       St. 32nd Floor (Aaron Weaver)
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>> Message: 1
>> Date: Mon, 7 Dec 2015 17:58:50 -0500
>> From: Aaron Weaver <aaron.weaver2 at gmail.com>
>> To: owasp-philadelphia at lists.owasp.org
>> Subject: [OWASP-Philadelphia] Next OWASP Meeting,       Tuesday the 15th
>> at
>>         Radeon 1500 Market St. 32nd Floor
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>> Hi all,
>>
>> Come and join us next week while we eat pizza, hack web apps and learn
>> about secure coding. Please RSVP
>> <
>> https://www.eventbrite.com/e/owasp-philadelphia-chapter-meeting-at-radian-tickets-19898696537
>> >
>> for entering the building and so that we can have a count for ordering
>> food.
>>
>> *Hands on Hacking with OWASP Security Shepherd*
>>
>> Come and try out one of OWASP's latest projects, OWASP Security Shepherd.
>> It's a web app designed for AppSec novices or experienced testers to help
>> sharpen penetration testing skills. Security Shepherd has a built in
>> leader
>> board and creates a great competitive environment.
>>
>> Participants should bring their laptops. No previous experience of hacking
>> web sites is required (in fact the tool starts the user from basic hacks
>> up
>> to the most advanced). Those without laptops can still attend and learn
>> about the tool and hacking techniques involved. Participants can also form
>> teams to share their laptops and hack the site faster.
>>
>> *Game of Hacks: The Mother of All Honeypots*
>>
>> We created a ?Game of Hacks? ? a viral Web app marketed as a tool to train
>> developers on secure coding ? with the intention of building a honeypot.
>> During a 6-month timeframe, we witnessed each attack that came at this
>> game, secured the app against it and studied how attackers adapted to the
>> mitigation measures. The lessons learnt can be applied to any Web app
>> introduced into the organization.
>>
>> How do hackers adjust, in real-time, to various strengthening measures of
>> Web apps? We set to answer this question through an interactive Web app
>> honeypot. For the honeypot, we created a viral Web-based gaming
>> application. However, the lessons learnt could be applied to any Web
>> application.
>>
>> Aptly called ?The Game of Hacks?, our gaming app was marketed as a tool to
>> train developers to write secure code. The app presented users a piece of
>> vulnerable code and a set of multiple choice questions from which the user
>> had to choose the correct vulnerability ? in the minimal amount of time.
>> Storing a central database, the app kept a scoreboard of all players,
>> displaying the top winners. Additionally, the app was built on
>> crowd-sourcing capabilities where users could contribute their own piece
>> of
>> code and questions.
>>
>> *Location*
>>
>> 1500 Market St. 32nd Floor, East Tower Philadelphia, PA 19103
>>
>> Share this event on Facebook
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>>  and Twitter
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>> >
>>
>> We hope you can make it!
>>
>> Cheers,
>> OWASP Philadelphia
>>
>> --
>> Aaron Weaver
>> Philadelphia OWASP Chapter Lead
>> OWASP AppSec Pipeline Lead
>> https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_AppSec_Pipeline
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