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==== .NET Project Overview ====
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'''Purpose'''
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The purpose of the OWASP .NET Project is to provide a central repository of information and tools for software professionals that use the Microsoft .NET Framework for web applications and services. The project will try to include resources from Microsoft and from the Open Source community, the Alt.NET community and other related security resources.
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Please review the [[:Category:Vulnerability|vulnerabilities]] section at OWASP for the grand list of web vulnerabilities, many apply to .NET software.  This section has a Quick Reference table for OWASP projects that you can use for your security projects now.  For .NET related content throughout the site, look for the [[:Category:.NET|.NET category]].  There is plenty of work to be done, so feel free to join the OWASP .NET Project (See Joining the project below).  Contribute work or join our mailing list, many voices are better than one, so join today!
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==OWASP .NET Project==
  
'''Goals'''
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The OWASP.NET Project is the clearinghouse for all information related to building secure .NET web applications and services. The goal of the project is to provide deep content for all roles related to .NET web applications and services.
  
*To provide a comprehensive collection of security resources for all roles involved with designing, developing and maintaining .NET web applications and services.
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The focus of the project is on guidance for developers using the framework, OWASP Components that use .NET, and participation in OWASP projects that use .NET.
  
*To organize content specific to OWASP projects that can be used or referenced for .NET security.
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Community content is key to security information. The project depends on content from developers throughout the .NET world. Check out the [[OWASP .Net Project Roadmap]] for ways to get involved.
  
*To reach out and bring in content from the open source community to protect users of .NET web applications and services.
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==Purpose==
  
==== Resources ====
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* Provide deep, rich guidance for .NET developers in using the security features of .NET
=== Member Contributions ===
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* Create guidance for use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
; [https://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-phoenix/2009-May/000079.html OWASP-Phoenix List Reply regarding GSSP .NET Cert] from [http://twitter.com/atdre Dre]
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* Focus on information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET
=== Recommended Resources ===
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==Licensing==
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OWASP .NET Project is free to use. It is licensed under the http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license], so you can copy, distribute and transmit the work, and you can adapt it, and use it commercially, but all provided that you attribute the work and if you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one.
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== What is the OWASP .NET Project? ==
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* Deep, rich guidance for .NET developers in using the security features of .NET
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* Guidance for use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
 +
* Information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET
 +
 
 +
== Project Leader ==
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[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/User:Bill_Sempf Bill Sempf]
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== Mailing List ==
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[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-dotnet OWASP .NET Mailing List]
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== Related Projects ==
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* [[OWASP_Project|OWASP Project Repository]]
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* [[Language|Languages Repository]]
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* [[Java|Java and JVM]]
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* [[Python|Python]]
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* [[OWASP_Internet_of_Things_Project|OWASP IoT Security]]
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* [[OWASP_Mobile_Security_Project|OWASP Mobile Security]]
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* [[OWASP_Top_Ten_Project|OWASP Web Top 10]]
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== News and Events ==
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* [Mar 2017] Updated the .NET Security Cheat Sheet for .NET Core
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* [Jan 2016] Added the Two Factor Authentication component
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* [Feb 2015] Two more articles promoted. Want to build one? See the Roadmap!
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* [Jan 2015] Three completed articles, and four in progress
 +
* [Oct 2014] Promoted our first guidance article from Draft
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* [Sep 2014] AppSec USA .NET Project Summit
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* [Mar 2014] Project roadmap
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* [Feb 2014] Project reboot
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==Classifications==
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=Resources=
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The .NET Project is principally about creating deep, rich guidance for NET developers using the Microsoft .NET Framework's security resources.
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 +
== Detailed Guidance ==
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The following articles describe specific guidance for working with the .NET Framework.
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* The [[.NET Security Cheat Sheet]]
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* [[.NET Penetration Testing]]
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* [[Exception Handling]]
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* [[ASP.NET Request Validation]]
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* [[ASP.NET Output Encoding]]
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* [[Using Rfc2898DeriveBytes for PBKDF2]]
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* [[Anti CSRF Tokens ASP.NET]]
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* [[Adding two-factor authentication to ASP.NET]]
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 +
== Security Guidance ==
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The following sections include general content that can be useful for a specific role in securing .NET web applications and services:
 +
 
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* [[.NET Security Cheat Sheet| .NET Security Cheat Sheet]]
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* [[.NET Penetration Testing| .NET Penetration Testing]]
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The following sections include specific guidance for particular technological problems related to .NET web applications and services:
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* [[Exception Handling]]
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* [[ASP.NET Request Validation]]
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* [[ASP.NET Output Encoding]]
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== Components ==
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* [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Enterprise_Security_API#tab=Dot_NET ESAPI.NET]
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* [[.Net CSRF Guard]]
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* [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_AntiSamy_Project_.NET AntiSamy .NET]
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* [[.NET AntiXSS Library]]
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* [https://www.nuget.org/packages/AddTwoFactorToMvc Add Two-Factor to MVC]
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== Recommended Resources ==
 
Check out the OWASP .NET Recommended Resources wiki page for a quick list of resources available now for secure .NET development:
 
Check out the OWASP .NET Recommended Resources wiki page for a quick list of resources available now for secure .NET development:
  
 
; [[OWASP .NET Recommended Resources| OWASP .NET Recommended Resources]]
 
; [[OWASP .NET Recommended Resources| OWASP .NET Recommended Resources]]
  
=== Security Guides ===
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== Active Projects ==
The following sections include content that can be useful for a specific role in securing .NET web applications and services:
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; [[OWASP .NET Active Projects]]
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== Research Projects ==
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; [[OWASP .NET Research]]
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= Road Map and Getting Involved =
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 +
== Overview ==
 +
 
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The .NET Framework has seen significant security improvement over the last ten years of development. With proper use the core security problems that are seen in web applications, or even Windows executibles, are difficult to  exploit.
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The key is 'proper use' and that is the goal of the .NET Project - assist with proper use. Education, components and tools that are appropriate for the latest .NET versions should be the focus for output of this project. As tools and information become out of date, they will be moved to a sunset mode, still available to those using older versions of the framework.
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== Themes ==
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The themes of the .NET Project include:
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* Deep, rich guidance for .NET developers using the security features of .NET
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* Access to use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
 +
* Information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET
 +
 
 +
== Features ==
 +
 
 +
Features are parts of the project at a very high level. There are three themes, and they include guidance for developers, components that help to write more secure .NET projects, and tools for general security and testing written in .NET.
 +
 
 +
=== Guidance ===
  
; [[.NET Security for Architects| .NET Security for Architects]]
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Guidance is documentation that assists .NET developers implementing the security features of the framework.
; [[.NET Security for Developers| .NET Security for Developers]]
 
; [[.NET Security for IT Professional| .NET Security for IT Professionals]]
 
; [[.NET Penetration Testing| .NET Penetration Testing]]
 
; [[.NET Incident Response| .NET Incident Response]]
 
  
=== Active Projects ===
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==== In-process guidance ====
; [[OWASP .NET Active Projects]]
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* [[Windows Identity Foundation]]
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* [[.NET Memory Management]]
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* [[Adding two-factor authentication to ASP.NET]]
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==== Needed guidance ====
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* [[ASP.NET Identity]]
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* [[DPAPI]]
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* [[ClickOnce Deployment]]
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* [[.NET Callbacks - Vulnerabilities and Remediation]]
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* [[Dependency Injection]]
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* [[IoC containers]]
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* [[Preventing SQL Injection in ADO.NET]]
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* [[Authenticated Symmetric Encryption in .NET]]
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=== Components ===
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Components are pieces of software that assist .NET developers in building more secure code. A number of projects exist that are for older versions of .NET. While they are no longer valid for later versions, they are still acceptable for use. Many updates are needed to a number of other projects.
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==== Needed Components ====
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Please suggest needed components.
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=== Projects that use .NET ===
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These are projects that happen to be built in .NET. Many of them could use .NET development assistance:
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* [[OWASP O2 Platform]]
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* [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_WebGoat.NET WebGOAT.NET]
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== Ideas ==
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Please send your ideas to the OWASP.Net mailing list (owasp-dotnet@lists.owasp.org)
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=Project Tracker=
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==Timeline==
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* January 2016 - Added the Two Factor Authentication component
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* January 2015 - Three more completed articles, and four in progress
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* November 2014 - Four completed articles, six in process.
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* September 2014 - AppSec USA
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* March 2014 - Project Roadmap
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* February - 2014 Project Reboot
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* May 2009 - Updated tabs, added content recommended by Andre Gironda
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* March 2009 - Converted to new tab format, added Project Tracker tab
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* February 2009 Added [[OWASP .NET Research]] and removed [[OWASP .NET Vulnerability Research]] from project page.
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==Roadmap==
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You can find the project roadmap here: [[OWASP .Net Project Roadmap]]
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=FAQs=
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==Questions and answers==
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; Q1: Why are there so many empty projects?
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; A1: Because YOU haven't worked on them! We need your help!
  
=== Research Projects ===
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; Q2: Why the focus on specific implementation, rather than on general security? I just need general guidance!
; [[OWASP .NET Research]]
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; A2: General guidance is platform independent. You should start with the awesome Cheat Sheets for general information. We are focused on specific implementation because these are the tough, unanswered questions that lead to the high risk vulnerabilities.
  
==== Project Tracker ====
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; Q3: Where are the .NET specific security tools.
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; A3: Nearly everything you need is already in the .NET Framework. It's just a matter of learning where it is and how to use it. That's where the .NET project comes in.
  
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=Volunteers=
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! Project Tracker
 
|-
 
|
 
  
; [http://forums.asp.net/25.aspx ASP.NET Security Forum]
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==Get involved==
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To get involved join the mailing list (see [[How to join Owasp.Net Mailing List]])
  
; [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/security/aa570336.aspx MSDN Security Developer Lists and Newsgroups]
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==Already involved==
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The OWASP .NET project is developed by a worldwide team of volunteers. The original primary contributor is Daniel Brzozowski. Currently the team of advisers and authoors includes:
  
; [http://silverlight.net/forums/ Silverlight Forums]
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* Kevin Basista
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* Brice Williams
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* Marion Nepomuceno
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* Dan Wilson
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* Jess Vermont
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* Jeff Knutson
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* Robert Ginsburg
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* Kyle Johnson
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* Troy Hunt
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* Dinis Cruz
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* Shamir Charania
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* Mohammed Al-Taweel
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* Daniel Brzozowski
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* Lachlan Barclay
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* Bill Sempf
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* Barry Dorrans (Microsoft)
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* Reid Borsuk (Microsoft)
  
; [http://www.go-mono.com/forums/ Mono Forums]
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We need more help. Please join the low volume mailing list at [https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-dotnet this address] to get project announcements.
  
; [http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/security+asp.net StackOverflow.com Security Questions]
 
  
; [ALT.NET User Groups]
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=Project About=
  
* May 7, 2009 - Updated tabs, added content recommended by Andre Gironda
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'''Remember to add the tag: <nowiki>[[Category:OWASP .NET Project]]</nowiki> to the end of new articles so that they're properly categorized.'''
 
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== Joining the Project==
 
The project's high level roadmap can be found at the [[OWASP .Net Project Roadmap]]
 
* Please submit your ideas for articles, content and general feedback to the [[.NET Project Wishlist]].
 
* If you'd like to contribute:
 
# visit the [[Tutorial]],
 
# join the mailing list (see [[How to join Owasp.Net Mailing List]])
 
# and pick a topic from the [[.NET Project Wishlist]] or suggest a new topic
 
# or check out our active projects list, [[OWASP .NET Active Projects]], and join one today.
 
  
[[Category:OWASP Project|.NET Project]]
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[[Category:OWASP Project]] [[Category:OWASP_Builders]] [[Category:OWASP_Defenders]]  [[Category:OWASP_Document]] [[Category:Technology]] [[Category:Language]]
[[Category:OWASP Document]]
 
[[Category:OWASP Download]]
 
[[Category:Language]]
 

Latest revision as of 22:06, 25 May 2017

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OWASP .NET Project

The OWASP.NET Project is the clearinghouse for all information related to building secure .NET web applications and services. The goal of the project is to provide deep content for all roles related to .NET web applications and services.

The focus of the project is on guidance for developers using the framework, OWASP Components that use .NET, and participation in OWASP projects that use .NET.

Community content is key to security information. The project depends on content from developers throughout the .NET world. Check out the OWASP .Net Project Roadmap for ways to get involved.

Purpose

  • Provide deep, rich guidance for .NET developers in using the security features of .NET
  • Create guidance for use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
  • Focus on information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET

Licensing

OWASP .NET Project is free to use. It is licensed under the http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 license], so you can copy, distribute and transmit the work, and you can adapt it, and use it commercially, but all provided that you attribute the work and if you alter, transform, or build upon this work, you may distribute the resulting work only under the same or similar license to this one.

What is the OWASP .NET Project?

  • Deep, rich guidance for .NET developers in using the security features of .NET
  • Guidance for use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
  • Information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET

Project Leader

Bill Sempf

Mailing List

OWASP .NET Mailing List

Related Projects

News and Events

  • [Mar 2017] Updated the .NET Security Cheat Sheet for .NET Core
  • [Jan 2016] Added the Two Factor Authentication component
  • [Feb 2015] Two more articles promoted. Want to build one? See the Roadmap!
  • [Jan 2015] Three completed articles, and four in progress
  • [Oct 2014] Promoted our first guidance article from Draft
  • [Sep 2014] AppSec USA .NET Project Summit
  • [Mar 2014] Project roadmap
  • [Feb 2014] Project reboot

Classifications

Owasp-incubator-trans-85.png Owasp-builders-small.png
Owasp-defenders-small.png
Cc-button-y-sa-small.png
Project Type Files DOC.jpg

The .NET Project is principally about creating deep, rich guidance for NET developers using the Microsoft .NET Framework's security resources.

Detailed Guidance

The following articles describe specific guidance for working with the .NET Framework.

Security Guidance

The following sections include general content that can be useful for a specific role in securing .NET web applications and services:

The following sections include specific guidance for particular technological problems related to .NET web applications and services:

Components

Recommended Resources

Check out the OWASP .NET Recommended Resources wiki page for a quick list of resources available now for secure .NET development:

OWASP .NET Recommended Resources

Active Projects

OWASP .NET Active Projects

Research Projects

OWASP .NET Research

Overview

The .NET Framework has seen significant security improvement over the last ten years of development. With proper use the core security problems that are seen in web applications, or even Windows executibles, are difficult to exploit.

The key is 'proper use' and that is the goal of the .NET Project - assist with proper use. Education, components and tools that are appropriate for the latest .NET versions should be the focus for output of this project. As tools and information become out of date, they will be moved to a sunset mode, still available to those using older versions of the framework.

Themes

The themes of the .NET Project include:

  • Deep, rich guidance for .NET developers using the security features of .NET
  • Access to use of OWASP components that are designed for use with .NET
  • Information about working with and on OWASP tools built using .NET

Features

Features are parts of the project at a very high level. There are three themes, and they include guidance for developers, components that help to write more secure .NET projects, and tools for general security and testing written in .NET.

Guidance

Guidance is documentation that assists .NET developers implementing the security features of the framework.

In-process guidance

Needed guidance

Components

Components are pieces of software that assist .NET developers in building more secure code. A number of projects exist that are for older versions of .NET. While they are no longer valid for later versions, they are still acceptable for use. Many updates are needed to a number of other projects.

Needed Components

Please suggest needed components.

Projects that use .NET

These are projects that happen to be built in .NET. Many of them could use .NET development assistance:

Ideas

Please send your ideas to the OWASP.Net mailing list (owasp-dotnet@lists.owasp.org)

Timeline

  • January 2016 - Added the Two Factor Authentication component
  • January 2015 - Three more completed articles, and four in progress
  • November 2014 - Four completed articles, six in process.
  • September 2014 - AppSec USA
  • March 2014 - Project Roadmap
  • February - 2014 Project Reboot
  • May 2009 - Updated tabs, added content recommended by Andre Gironda
  • March 2009 - Converted to new tab format, added Project Tracker tab
  • February 2009 Added OWASP .NET Research and removed OWASP .NET Vulnerability Research from project page.

Roadmap

You can find the project roadmap here: OWASP .Net Project Roadmap

Questions and answers

Q1
Why are there so many empty projects?
A1
Because YOU haven't worked on them! We need your help!
Q2
Why the focus on specific implementation, rather than on general security? I just need general guidance!
A2
General guidance is platform independent. You should start with the awesome Cheat Sheets for general information. We are focused on specific implementation because these are the tough, unanswered questions that lead to the high risk vulnerabilities.
Q3
Where are the .NET specific security tools.
A3
Nearly everything you need is already in the .NET Framework. It's just a matter of learning where it is and how to use it. That's where the .NET project comes in.

Get involved

To get involved join the mailing list (see How to join Owasp.Net Mailing List)

Already involved

The OWASP .NET project is developed by a worldwide team of volunteers. The original primary contributor is Daniel Brzozowski. Currently the team of advisers and authoors includes:

  • Kevin Basista
  • Brice Williams
  • Marion Nepomuceno
  • Dan Wilson
  • Jess Vermont
  • Jeff Knutson
  • Robert Ginsburg
  • Kyle Johnson
  • Troy Hunt
  • Dinis Cruz
  • Shamir Charania
  • Mohammed Al-Taweel
  • Daniel Brzozowski
  • Lachlan Barclay
  • Bill Sempf
  • Barry Dorrans (Microsoft)
  • Reid Borsuk (Microsoft)

We need more help. Please join the low volume mailing list at this address to get project announcements.


PROJECT INFO
What does this OWASP project offer you?
RELEASE(S) INFO
What releases are available for this project?
what is this project?
Name: OWASP .NET Project
Purpose: The .NET Project is principally about creating deep, rich guidance for NET developers using the Microsoft .NET Framework's security resources.of language specific pages, projects and documents.
License: CC-BY 3.0 for documentation and GPLv3 for code.
who is working on this project?
Project Leader(s):
how can you learn more?
Project Pamphlet: Not Yet Created
Project Presentation:
Mailing list: [owasp-dotnet Mailing List Archives]
Project Roadmap: Not Yet Created
Key Contacts
  • Contact the GPC to report a problem or concern about this project or to update information.
current release
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