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Date: Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 5:26 PM
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OWASP XSecurity Project

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AppSec LATAM 2014 - LATAM Tour (April 22 - May

*Registration is now open!* Please refer to the tour pages for the location
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In 2014, instead of holding an AppSec LATAM Conference, we organizing a
LATAM Tour which we hope will bering together LATAM community members
together to spread the OWASP mission. Here are the sheduled stops for the

   - April 22-23, Santiago, Chile
   - April 23-24 Quito, Ecuador
   - April 25 Guayaquil, Ecuador
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LASCON 2014 (October 21 - 24, Austin,
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     OWASP Member Spotlight - APAC 2014 Planning Team - Japan

As an organization driven by it's membership community, it's high time we
dedicate some space to recognizing YOU!

We would like to take this opportunity to congratulate and to sincerely
thank the Japan team. This year's AppSec conference in Tokyo, Japan was
immensely successful in promoting the OWASP mission in the Japan region.

The turnout this year was our largest to date, and we have received great
feedback from attendees about speakers, session content and networking

The Organizing Committee is extremely proud to have been able to bring
together more than 400 people from all over the world. Indeed this is a
great milestone in the history of our Global AppSec Conferences in the Asia
Pacific region and having your support and participation was priceless.
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On Tuesday, February 25th OWASP was awarded the 2014 SC Magazine Editor's
Choice award.

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their time and expertise for the betterment of all.

It is exciting and rewarding for the entire community to be recognized for
our continued efforts to increase application security!

To read the complete announcement, please visit The OWASP blog
Just for Fun

We would like to congratulate Roma Jain for submitting the first correct
response to last issue's puzzle. Thank you to everyone who submitted your
response. If you missed the question, you can find it on the OWASP

*1) 2,1 cross bridge together, 1 come back leaving 2 on other side , min =
2+1 2) 5,10 cross bridge together, both stay there, 2 come back, min 10 +2
3) 1,2 go together, min = 2 Total min = 17*

*This issue's challenge*

Midas has boxes in three sizes: large, medium, and small. He puts 11 large
boxes on a table. He leaves some of these boxes empty, and in all the other
boxes he puts 8 medium boxes. He leaves some of these medium boxes empty,
and in all the other medium boxes he puts 8 (empty) small boxes. Now, 102
of all the boxes on the table are empty. How many boxes has Midas used in

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