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Free/Libre Open Source Software Hacking (FLOSSHack) events are designed to bring together individuals interested in learning more about application security with open source projects and organizations in need of low cost or pro bono security auditing.  FLOSSHack events provide a friendly, but mildy competitive, workshop environment in which participants learn about and search for vulnerabilities in selected software.  In turn, selected open source projects and qualified non-profit organizations benefit from additional quality assurance and security guidance at little or no cost.
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Free/Libre Open Source Software Hacking (FLOSSHack) events are designed to bring together individuals interested in learning more about application security with open source projects and organizations in need of low cost or pro bono security auditing.  FLOSSHack provides a friendly, but mildly competitive, workshop environment in which participants learn about and search for vulnerabilities in selected software.  In turn, selected open source projects and qualified non-profit organizations benefit from additional quality assurance and security guidance.
  
 
''FLOSSHack is an experimental project of the [[Portland]] OWASP chapter and is expected to evolve in format and structure over time.''  Find out more about FLOSSHack below:
 
''FLOSSHack is an experimental project of the [[Portland]] OWASP chapter and is expected to evolve in format and structure over time.''  Find out more about FLOSSHack below:
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* [[FLOSSHack for Software Maintainers]]
 
* [[FLOSSHack for Software Maintainers]]
 
* [[FLOSSHack for Organizers]]
 
* [[FLOSSHack for Organizers]]
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* [[FLOSSHack Event Calendar]]

Latest revision as of 19:29, 5 December 2012

Free/Libre Open Source Software Hacking (FLOSSHack) events are designed to bring together individuals interested in learning more about application security with open source projects and organizations in need of low cost or pro bono security auditing. FLOSSHack provides a friendly, but mildly competitive, workshop environment in which participants learn about and search for vulnerabilities in selected software. In turn, selected open source projects and qualified non-profit organizations benefit from additional quality assurance and security guidance.

FLOSSHack is an experimental project of the Portland OWASP chapter and is expected to evolve in format and structure over time. Find out more about FLOSSHack below: