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When: Thursday, June 19, 2014 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Where: Wilmington University – New Castle Campus 320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 19720 Look at the campus map here: 
Room PEO-033 in the “Peoples Library Building”. It is building #6 on campus map. Parking should be available, and no parking permit is needed. The best entrance to use is the west entrance (note North is to the left on map). Enter at west entrance and walk straight ahead until you reach the computer labs. Enter and follow the hall to the left (your only real option).
Agenda: Pre-re-launch* meeting for OWASP Delaware. (* That is not a typo; just a made-up word.) A meeting has been a long time coming. There’s a larger venue on campus (with refreshments) planned for July. Meanwhile, I thought it best to have a meeting in June to see who’s hardcore enough to come out even without the lure of free food. All OWASP chapter meetings, like this one, are open to the public without charge (i.e. free). You do not need to be a member of OWASP. You just need to be (at least mildly) interested in web application security. Secure coding, web app assessments, software development life cycles, privacy policies, etc.
- Overview of OWASP, and how our local chapter can play a role
- Presentation on “How to build a robust Application Security Model for free”
- CTF: bring your warez if you want to hack a fake web site for fame and glory (fame and glory not included)
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