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{{Chapter Template|chaptername=Boulder|extra=The chapter leaders are [mailto:kthaxton@businesspartnersolutions.com Kathy Thaxton], [mailto:mrhits777@gmail.com Jeremy Martinez], and [mailto:Andrew.Riesel@GMail.com Andrew Riesel]|mailinglistsite=http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-boulder|emailarchives=http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-boulder}}
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{{Chapter Template|chaptername=Boulder|extra=The chapter leader is [[User:Mark_Major|Mark Major]].
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|mailinglistsite=http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-boulder|emailarchives=http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-boulder}}
  
<paypal>Boulder</paypal>
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====Special Thanks====
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The Boulder chapter is grateful for the continued sponsorship of Aerstone. Thank you for providing the venue, refreshments, and other resources necessary to keep the chapter running strong.
  
Next Meeting of the Boulder OWASP will be September 24, 2009 at Staples in Broomfield.
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[[File:BoulderSponsorAerstone.png]]
  
  
=== Directions to Staples: ===
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== Upcoming Events ==
  
'''Staples:  [http://maps.google.com/maps?q=1+Environmental+Way,+Broomfield,+CO+80021,+USA&sa=X&oi=map&ct=title One Environmental Way, Broomfield, Co. 80021]'''
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====Thursday, September 19th at 6pm – Bill Jackson: Secure Coding Mechanics====
  
=== Agenda ===
 
* 6 to 7:00 Dinner @ [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Corporate+Express+1+Environmental+Way,+Broomfield+colorado&sll=39.935803,-105.13092&sspn=0.077395,0.144711&ie=UTF8&ll=39.926934,-105.126565&spn=0.009676,0.018089&z=16&iwloc=A Staples CE - Broomfield]
 
  
* 7pm to 8:30 pm Cross-site scripting lab
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'''About the speaker'''<br>
Sponsor:  '''Nope, no sponsor.  It'a your chapter, BYO dinner and/or order pizza at 6'ish'''
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'''Bill Jackson''' has been a software engineer with Raytheon for 15 years. He has worked as the secure coding lead for the GPS program (yeah, that GPS), and has helped define and implement secure coding processes and practices for several other programs. His experience extends to Java EE, Agile software development, concurrency, and user interface design.  Bill has MS in computer science from the University of Colorado at Denver and a BS from Colorado State University and holds a CISSP and CompTIA Security+ certification.
  
Speakertbd
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| style="width:6em;" | '''When'''
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|                    | Thursday, September 19th
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| style="width:6em;vertical-align:text-top;" | '''Agenda'''
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|                    | 6:00 - 6:30: Food, drink, and networking<br>6:30 - 7:00: Chapter business and group discussion<br>7:00 - 8:00: '''Secure Coding Mechanics:''' Bill will bring his experience as a software engineer and secure coding lead to discuss common vulnerabilities in both development and architecture including:
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*Integer overflow/underflow
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*Filename/path validation
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*Excessive logging
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*Debug modes/maintenance hooks/configuration by convention
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*Insecure password handling (back-end handling)
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*Insecure start-up and shut-down
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|                    | '''Location'''
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|                    | [https://aerstone.com/ Aerstone], located at [https://maps.google.com/maps?q=1711+Pearl+St,+Boulder,+CO+80302&hl=en&ll=40.018955,-105.272412&spn=0.005801,0.016512&sll=40.019446,-105.273058&layer=c&cbp=13,345.63,,0,0.03&cbll=40.019323,-105.273016&hnear=1711+Pearl+St,+Boulder,+Colorado+80302&t=m&z=17&panoid=5v0RhKi7sjpi-Z5HcgKFFw 1711 Pearl St.] (3rd floor).
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|                    | '''Parking'''
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|                    | Free parking one block north of Aerstone through the [http://files.meetup.com/3503072/Parking.png Whittier Neighborhood Zone].
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|                    | '''RSVP'''
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|                    | Available through [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-Boulder/events/135038952/ MeetUp.com].
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=== Logistics ===
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Please bring a wifi equipped laptop. We recommend the [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Live_CD_2008_Project OWASP LiveCD].  Go ahead and download it and familiarize yourself with it ahead of time, if you're so inclined.
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[[Category:OWASP Chapter]]
Following the meeting we will have informal discussions over beverages at the [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=Gordon+Biersch+Brewery+Broomfield+colorado&ie=UTF8&ll=39.935803,-105.13092&spn=0.077395,0.144711&z=13&iwloc=A Gordon Biersch Brewery and Restaurant].
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== Boulder OWASP 2009 AGENDA ==
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=== May 21, 2009 Cross site scripting Lab ===
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Lab to explain how to attack vulnerable sites –we will use three different examples and
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Spend  one half hour on each:  Basic attacks, intermediate and advanced.
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Teacher TBA.
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We will be using the OWASP Live CD and will have them available.
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Must have laptop with CD player. 
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Meeting will be at Staples:  One Environmental Way, Broomfield, Co. 80021
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Brown bag or we can order pizza when everyone gets there.
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6pm to 7pm dinner and Lab from 7pm to 8:30
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Drinks at Gordon Biersch after the lab.  Topics up for discussion (we’ll choose one):
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Black Hat DC researchers demonstrate new cross-site scripting browser hack that lets attackers retrieve data without a trace
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[http://developers.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/05/09/1339213 Should Developers Be Liable For Their Code?]
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=== June 18, 2009 Part 2 Cross Site Scripting Lab – put it into practice – how to defend against Cross site scripting ===
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We will defend against a basic attack, an intermediate and advanced.
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Teacher TBA
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Remember to bring your OWASP Live CD and your laptop with CD player.
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Location will be at CSU in Fort Collins.  Directions will be forthcoming.
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6:30 to 7pm Dinner (Brown Bag or we will all order pizza) Lab from 7pm to 9pm.
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=== No meetings July or August 2009 === 
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We will try to put up the sites that we are defending against in the June Lab so that you can have a go at them over the break.
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=== September 24, 2009 Sql injection ===
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We will be using SQL injection to attack using  authentication bypass, database enumeration, adding users through sql injection, Data mining, writing code
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Teacher TBA
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We will be using the OWASP Live CD and will have them available.
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Must have laptop with CD player. 
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Meeting will be at Staples:  One Environmental Way, Broomfield, Co. 80021
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Brown bag or we can order pizza when everyone gets there.
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6pm to 7pm dinner and Lab from 7pm to 8:30
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Drinks at Gordon Biersch after the lab.  Topics up for discussion (TBA).
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=== October, 22, 2009 Defense against sql injection – how to sanitize user input ===
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Teacher TBA
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We will be using the OWASP Live CD and will have them available.
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Must have laptop with CD player. 
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Meeting will be at Staples:  One Environmental Way, Broomfield, Co. 80021
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Brown bag or we can order pizza when everyone gets there.
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6pm to 7pm dinner and Lab from 7pm to 8:30
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Drinks at Gordon Biersch after the lab.  Topics up for discussion (TBA).
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=== November, 19, 2009 This Lab will put into action the SQL injection attack and the defense.  ===
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We will be using the attacks from the September meeting and then defending against them.
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We will be using the OWASP Live CD and will have them available.
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Must have laptop with CD player. 
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Meeting will be at Staples:  One Environmental Way, Broomfield, Co. 80021
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Brown bag or we can order pizza when everyone gets there.
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6pm to 7pm dinner and Lab from 7pm to 8:30
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Drinks at Gordon Biersch after the lab.  Topics up for discussion (TBA).
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=== December  - Date TBA  “Capture the Holiday flag” ===
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We are planning on reserving space at a restaurant.  What better way to Capture the Flag than over a couple of beers?
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OWASP Boulder

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Participation

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Special Thanks

The Boulder chapter is grateful for the continued sponsorship of Aerstone. Thank you for providing the venue, refreshments, and other resources necessary to keep the chapter running strong.

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Upcoming Events

Thursday, September 19th at 6pm – Bill Jackson: Secure Coding Mechanics

About the speaker
Bill Jackson has been a software engineer with Raytheon for 15 years. He has worked as the secure coding lead for the GPS program (yeah, that GPS), and has helped define and implement secure coding processes and practices for several other programs. His experience extends to Java EE, Agile software development, concurrency, and user interface design. Bill has MS in computer science from the University of Colorado at Denver and a BS from Colorado State University and holds a CISSP and CompTIA Security+ certification.

When Thursday, September 19th
Agenda 6:00 - 6:30: Food, drink, and networking
6:30 - 7:00: Chapter business and group discussion
7:00 - 8:00: Secure Coding Mechanics: Bill will bring his experience as a software engineer and secure coding lead to discuss common vulnerabilities in both development and architecture including:
  • Integer overflow/underflow
  • Filename/path validation
  • Excessive logging
  • Debug modes/maintenance hooks/configuration by convention
  • Insecure password handling (back-end handling)
  • Insecure start-up and shut-down
Location Aerstone, located at 1711 Pearl St. (3rd floor).
Parking Free parking one block north of Aerstone through the Whittier Neighborhood Zone.
RSVP Available through MeetUp.com.