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Revision as of 16:36, 12 September 2009

About


Preamble

Starting with projects such as overtime

The "OWASP Learn About Encoding Project" has not discovered anything new, but rather wants to emphasize the importance of input sanitize and output escaping. In the network there are often errors in the visualization of pages: you see question marks (?) where it should be accented letters, there are strange characters (i.e. A+tilde, A+umlauts) where this should be the "euro" character, and so way. Not only that: but there are communication channels that allow the exchange of characters not properly controlled: i.e. sms messages, chat messages, voip client, ecc.. often contain values are not consistent.

The use of proper Charset is essential for

  • integrity of the data: if we take in input some characters, we want to "see" the same characters in output
  • the prevention of the problem of Canonicalization: the knowledge of Charsets is the first thing to do


Goal

This is a project that aims to educate developers, systems analysts or anyone who writes code regarding the knowledge of proper use of Charset and Canonicalization. The project will seek to give a comprehensive response by crossing one another most scenarios highlighting the roles of key players (browser, operating system, database, etc. ..).

To achieve this goal we decided to create a tool in three different formats:

  • web application
  • swing application
  • shell tool


FAQ


Why do I have to understand about encoding?
Why do I have to understand about charset?


Documentation You can find here some wiki documents.

Roadmap


Roadmap

Detailed roadmap for future developments:

01/03/09 : Startup

Until July 09 we haven't dedicated time to the porject like we want, so the project is late, but we want go on.

01/03/09 - 31/03/09 : Project idea definition

01/04/09 - 15/04/09 : Proof of concept

16/04/09 - 30/04/09 : Project goal definition

01/07/09: Code Development

01/12/09 : Alpha release


Download


You can download the source code from here.

Project Information

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PROJECT INFORMATION
Project Name OWASP Learn About Encoding Project
Short Project Description

This project has as its ultimate goal of demystifying the problems related to the study of character encoding (charset encoding). From charset's proper use to the issue of canonicalization, we'll try to explain and resolve the problems related to this issue so dear to professionals in the ICT world. The project consist of: a web application that explain the character life cycle and a usable textual tool and GUI tool.

Key Project Information

Project Leader
Federico Casani
Andrea Zonzin

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License
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0

Project Type
Tool

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News


A Java security improvement

http://blogs.sun.com/CoreJavaTechTips/entry/the_overhaul_of_java_utf

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