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Our next meeting is on June 14th. That meeting will again be held at Liberty Center One, 4815 Delemere Avenue, Royal Oak starting at 7pm.
This month's speaker is Brad McMahon who will be presenting SQL Methadone: A guide on not becoming the web equivalent of a gutter punk. Brad is a programming lead for an international manufacturer. He spent over eight years as a web programmer and DevOps admin. Brad holds a BS in computer engineering from Oakland University. He is also a self-described 'Huge Nerd'.
March 8th Agenda:
- Overview of OWASP & Chapter Direction
- Presentation: Finding, Exploiting, and Eliminating XSS Flaws, Josh Little
- Discussion and Questions
Video: XSS Files Video <-- Note: The audio did not come out that clear in this recording. We apologize for that.
Slides: XSS Files PPTX
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