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There are hundreds of bloggers, journalists, hackers, and others who write about application security. The problem is that most of the notes written are simply not very interesting or useful to busy application security professionals.
 
There are hundreds of bloggers, journalists, hackers, and others who write about application security. The problem is that most of the notes written are simply not very interesting or useful to busy application security professionals.
  
To help with this onslaught of application security news, the OWASP Team reviews over 130 of these sources and produces the OWASP '''Moderated''' Application Security News Feed. The OWASP Team only selects high-quality posts focused on application security that advance the field, provide useful insight, or are useful educational resources.  
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To help with this onslaught of application security news, the OWASP Team reviews over 130 of these sources and produces the OWASP '''Moderated''' Application Security News Feed. The OWASP Team only selects high-quality posts focused on application security that advance the field, provide useful insight, or are useful educational resources. We don't post 0-day information and we try to avoid posts that are commercial in nature or promote one company's product or services.
 
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Revision as of 01:21, 21 August 2009

The OWASP Moderated Application Security News Feed

There are hundreds of bloggers, journalists, hackers, and others who write about application security. The problem is that most of the notes written are simply not very interesting or useful to busy application security professionals.

To help with this onslaught of application security news, the OWASP Team reviews over 130 of these sources and produces the OWASP Moderated Application Security News Feed. The OWASP Team only selects high-quality posts focused on application security that advance the field, provide useful insight, or are useful educational resources. We don't post 0-day information and we try to avoid posts that are commercial in nature or promote one company's product or services.

If you would like to recommend a blog to be included in the feed, please email kate.hartmann(@)owasp.org


To Subscribe

Simply copy this link into your news reader:

http://www.google.com/reader/public/atom/user/16712724397688793161/state/com.google/broadcast


Sources

If you're interested in the list of sources that are reviewed to make the OWASP Feed, here is the list:

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