[OWASP-Philadelphia] Next OWASP Meeting, Tuesday the 15th at Radeon 1500 Market St. 32nd Floor

Manuel Rivera manuelrivera09 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 15 21:22:13 UTC 2015


Hi All,

I  will be a little late to today's meeting but will do my best to make it
by 5:30 PM if that is ok

On Mon, Dec 7, 2015 at 5:58 PM, Aaron Weaver <aaron.weaver2 at gmail.com>
wrote:

> 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
>
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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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