OWASP Madison, Wisconsin
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We have a new meeting location and date. The Brass Ring at 701 E Washington Ave Madison WI. We will meet the first Tuesday of each month at 3:00pm to 5:00pm. We always look forward to seeing new faces so if you have even a slight interest, please stop by. We always have time in our meetings for open discussion so if you want to bounce ideas off of other people stop in and chat.
October 2nd 4:00PM Brass Ring 701 E Washington Ave Madison WI Agenda: UWL Madison professors who teach application security will be presenting to us. that is why we have pushed the start time back an hour to 4PM. This will be a great meeting bring your friends.
April 3rd 3:00pm Brass Ring 701 E Washington Ave Madison WI
Agenda: Mitre Attack Framework and how it can be used to gage total vulnerability to an attack. We will be introducing the Mitre Attack framework and demonstrating how it can be used as a basic view of the overall security of an environment. We will pay special attention to how app security fits into the framework.
March 6th Meeting
Brass Ring 701 E Washington Ave Madison WI Agenda: Containers 101 What are Containers How can they be used How they can be secured
Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison WI 53717 Tentative last Wednesday of January 3:00 to 5:00PM Agenda WebLogic vulnerability that allowed crypto-miners into systems
November 2017 Meeting
Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison WI 53717 November 29 from 3:00PM to 5:00PM Back by popular demand, we will work through the lessons in security Shepherd. This was a fun way to work together to learn different ways to use ZAP, and to learn about different vulnerabilities. If you are a beginner, come and learn in a fun friendly atmosphere. If you are highly experienced, come and learn other ways to test things, or share what you know. We will also have an update on our project to build a chrome version of the Selenium IDE. Come for the cheese curds, stay for the hacking.
October 2017 Meeting
Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison WI 53717 October 25 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm We will go over the OWASP Security Shepherd project, and in doing so will do some hacking. I will have a couple of PC for people to follow along if they wish, and feel free to bring your own laptop. Second on the Agenda will be working on the Selenium IDE for Chrome. Snacks will be provided.
September 2017 Meeting
Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 john Q Hammons Dr, Madison Wi 53717 Sept 27 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm Drew will go over some pen test results Review an IIS hardening guide.
June 2017 Meeting Tentative
We are tentatively going to have a demonstration on how to buffer overflow an application. Following the buffer overflow, the next step is to build a working exploitMay 2017 meeting
Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison, WI 53717
May 31 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
We will have a demonstration of the SWAMP static code review program.
Our first meeting in a long time will be held at: Sprecher's Restaurant and Pub, 1262 John Q Hammons Dr, Madison, WI 53717 on April 26 from 3:00pm to 5:00pm This will be the first meeting of the chapter in a while, so we will have a hands on introduction to ZAP, bring a laptop that can run a VM if you want to follow along, and we will determine what topics we will want in the upcoming meetings.
Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings.