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== Questions for SANS's SSI (5k) ==
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== Questions for SANS (5k) ==
  
* '''Project description:''': Write questions for JAVA SANS's Software Security Institute certification exams(http://www.sans-ssi.org/). The candidate will need to write the questions and answers and must be a very knowledgeable and respected member of the Java security institute. For obvious reasons only 10% to 20% of the questions created will be disclosed to the OWASP community, with the remaining used in the certification's exams.
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* '''Project description:''': Write JAVA/JSP questions for SANS's Software Security Institute certification exams(http://www.sans-ssi.org/). The candidate will need to write 200 questions and answers and must be a knowledgeable and respected member of the Java community. For obvious reasons only 10% to 20% of the questions created will be disclosed to the OWASP community, with the remaining used in the certification's exams.
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Note that although this first request is for questions in JAVA/JSP there are plans to also run a similar project for C, C++, PHP, .NET, so if you are interrested in these other languages feel free to contact us.  
 
* '''Funds available:''': 5,000 USD
 
* '''Funds available:''': 5,000 USD
 
* '''Sponsor''': SANS
 
* '''Sponsor''': SANS
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== Source Code Review OWASP Projects(5k) ==
 
== Source Code Review OWASP Projects(5k) ==
  
* '''Project description:''': Use Fortify's source code scanning engine to scan OWASP projects coded in JAVA. The main objective of this project will be to create the workflow required to make this service a mandatory step on the OWASP Software Development Lifecycle (i.e. the tools developed and published via OWASP projects).
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* '''Project description:''':Use Fortify Software's source code scanning engine (http://opensource.fortifysoftware.com) to scan open source projects coded in JAVA. The objectives of this project will be:
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** Develop and document a workflow for open source projects to incorporate static analysis into the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
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** Apply the above workflow as a required step for OWASP projects.
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** Aid in auditing select open source projects to create a baseline for comparing security amongst open source projects.
 
* '''Funds available:''' 5,000 USD
 
* '''Funds available:''' 5,000 USD
* '''Sponsor''': Fortify
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* '''Sponsor''': Fortify Software

Revision as of 10:48, 19 June 2007

[... this page is still in Draft mode since this has not yet been fully reviewed by OWASP's board]

This page contains details about funds available to OWASP projects.

The sponsorship model is different from the one used in AoC 06 and SpoC 007 since these are cases where specific money (throughout out the year) has been allocated to OWASP projects (for example by new OWASP members or by companies/organizations with specific requirements/projects)


Contents

ORG - OWASP Site Generator (5k)

  • Project description:: Continue development of Site Generator, write new vulnerabilities, work on new dynamic engine, document findings
  • Funds available:: 5,000 USD
  • Sponsor: Spy Dynamics, Cenzic


OWASP Corporate Application Security Rating Guide (3k)


Questions for SANS (5k)

  • Project description:: Write JAVA/JSP questions for SANS's Software Security Institute certification exams(http://www.sans-ssi.org/). The candidate will need to write 200 questions and answers and must be a knowledgeable and respected member of the Java community. For obvious reasons only 10% to 20% of the questions created will be disclosed to the OWASP community, with the remaining used in the certification's exams.

Note that although this first request is for questions in JAVA/JSP there are plans to also run a similar project for C, C++, PHP, .NET, so if you are interrested in these other languages feel free to contact us.

  • Funds available:: 5,000 USD
  • Sponsor: SANS


Source Code Review OWASP Projects(5k)

  • Project description::Use Fortify Software's source code scanning engine (http://opensource.fortifysoftware.com) to scan open source projects coded in JAVA. The objectives of this project will be:
    • Develop and document a workflow for open source projects to incorporate static analysis into the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC).
    • Apply the above workflow as a required step for OWASP projects.
    • Aid in auditing select open source projects to create a baseline for comparing security amongst open source projects.
  • Funds available: 5,000 USD
  • Sponsor: Fortify Software