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__NOTOC__ {{Chapter Template|chaptername=Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP)|extra=The chapter president is [mailto:alex.bauert@owasp.org Alex Bauert] and the vice president is [mailto:lorna.alamri@owasp.org Lorna Alamri].<br><br>'''Up Next:''' '''OWASP-MSP: Web Application Cooking with PASTA  - Process for Attack Simulation and Threat Assessment on February 11, 2013.
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__NOTOC__ {{Chapter Template|chaptername=Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP)|extra=The chapter leadership team includes  [mailto:alex.bauert@owasp.org Alex Bauert] - President, [mailto:todd.dahl@owasp.org Todd Dahl], and  [mailto:lorna.alamri@owasp.org Lorna Alamri].<br>
Please join us for Tony UV's presentation on Web Application Cooking with PASTA  - Process for Attack Simulation and Threat Assessment.  Hosted by Cargill, see map link below for directions
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  Register now:[http://www.eventbrite.com/event/5330523740# Registration Link] Google Map - [https://maps.google.com/maps?q=9380+Excelsior+Boulevard,+Hopkins,+MN&hl=en&sll=44.927667,-93.400172&sspn=0.078999,0.182476&oq=9380+Exc&hnear=9380+Excelsior+Blvd,+Hopkins,+Hennepin,+Minnesota+55343&t=m&z=16 Location]
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.<br><br>OWASP MSP was host to OWASP's 2011 flagship outreach effort, '''OWASP AppSec USA 2011''', at the Minneapolis Convention Center September 20-23, 2011.
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Visit '''[http://www.appsecusa.org http://www.appsecusa.org]''' to find materials from AppSec USA 2011!<br>|mailinglistsite=https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-twincities|emailarchives=https://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-twincities}}
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We use [http://www.meetup.com/OWASP-MSP-Meetup/?scroll=true Meetup.com] for announcements and sometimes, depending on the event [https://www.eventbrite.com Eventbrite.com] for RSVP's to organize events and meetings.
  
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== Corporate Sponsors  ==
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<div style="background:#FFFFFF;padding:10px;width:340px;">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Image:Advance it minnesota logo.png|120px|link=http://advanceitmn.org]] </div>
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<div style="background:#FFFFFF;padding:10px; width:290px">&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Image:Best Buy logo.jpg|link=http://www.bestbuy.com/]]</div>
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== Sponsorship/Membership ==
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= Upcoming Meetings and Events =
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== OWASP-MSP Upcoming Chapter Meeting ==
  
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'''When:''' Wednesday, September 21st @ 6:00
  
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'''Where:'''
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Ewald Conference Center
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1000 Westgate Drive #252
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St. Paul, MN
  
Or consider the value of [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Membership Individual, Organization, or Academic Supporter membership].
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'''Presentation:''' The ABCs of Source-Assisted Web Application Penetration Testing With OWASP ZAP: Attack Surface, Backdoors, and Configuration
  
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'''Presenter:''' Dan Cornell
  
== Platinum Sponsors  ==
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'''Detail:'''
  
<div style="background:#FFFFFF;padding:10px;width:340px;">[[Image:Cargill.gif|link=http://www.cargill.com]]&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[[Image:Advance it minnesota logo.png|120px|link=http://advanceitmn.org]] </div>
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There are a number of reasons to use source code to assist in web application penetration testing such as making better use of penetration testers’ time, providing penetration testers with deeper insight into system behavior, and highlighting specific sections of so development teams can remediate vulnerabilities faster. Examples of these are provided using the open source ThreadFix plugin for the OWASP ZAP proxy and dynamic application security testing tool. These show opportunities attendees have to enhance their own penetration tests given access to source code.
  
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This presentation covers the “ABCs” of source code assisted web application penetration testing: covering issues of attack surface enumeration, backdoor identification, and configuration issue discovery. Having access to the source lets an attacker enumerate all of the URLs and parameters an application exposes – essentially its attack surface. Knowing these allows pen testers greater application coverage during testing. In addition, access to source code can help to identify potential backdoors that have been intentionally added to the system. Comparing the results of blind spidering to a full attack surface model can identify items of interest such as hidden admin consoles or secret backdoor parameters. Finally, the presentation examines how access to source code can help identify configuration settings that may have an adverse impact on the security of the deployed application.
  
== Gold Sponsors  ==
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Bio:
  
<div style="background:#FFFFFF;padding:10px; width:290px">[[Image:Best Buy logo.jpg|link=http://www.bestbuy.com/]]</div>
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A globally recognized application security expert, Dan Cornell holds over 15 years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. As the Chief Technology Officer and a Principal at Denim Group, Ltd., he leads the technology team to help Fortune 500 companies and government organizations integrate security throughout the development process. He is also the original creator of ThreadFix, Denim Group's industry leading application vulnerability management platform.
  
OWASP would also like to thank Best Buy for its additional financial support of [[OWASP_Zed_Attack_Proxy_Project|OWASP ZAP]], [[ESAPI|OWASP ESAPI]], and the [[OWASP_Appsec_Tutorial_Series|OWASP AppSec Tutorial Series]].
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=== Monday, October 17, 2012<br>Joint Event with ISSA<br>
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'''When:''' Wednesday, May 11th @ 6:00 - 8:00 PM
  
'''Delivery Method:''' Elsie's in Minneapolis -  Event begins at 6:00 PM Central Time<br>
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'''Title:''' Evil Twin Attack with Wifiphisher
  
'''Meeting Location:''' 729 Marshall Street Northeast  Minneapolis, MN 55413 ([https://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&ie=UTF-8&q=elsies&fb=1&gl=us&hq=elsies&hnear=0x52b332c78cea269f:0x9b989ce4db3375e,Hopkins,+MN&cid=0,0,9598792118244635724&ei=_z9vUOrlJcnWyQHVq4GwCg&sqi=2&ved=0CI0BEPwSMAA Google Map])
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This presentation will revolve around Wifiphisher, a security tool which automates the process of Evil Twin attack in order to mount fast phishing attacks against Wi-Fi networks. It is an open-source software that is heavily used by the wireless hacking community and comes with
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its community-built templates for different phishing scenarios.  
  
'''Register:''' [http://www.eventbrite.com/event/3746134790 Here]
 
  
'''Thank you''' to [http://www.cargill.com Cargill] for sponsoring our meeting location.
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Common defenses for reducing the associated risk will also be discussed, including Wireless Intrusion Detection & Prevention Systems, 802.1X Port Access Control for robust mutual authentication and security awareness
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'''Speaker:''' George Chatzisofroniou (@_sophron) is a security engineer at CENSUS S.A. His research interests include cryptography, Wi-Fi hacking, network security and web security. He is the lead developer of the popular open-source wireless hacking tool "Wifiphisher".
  
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'''Location:''' Best Buy - Headquarters 7601 Penn Ave S, Richfield, MN (Use the Visitor parking off Penn and the Visitor Entrance)
  
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'''RSVP:'''  
  
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5:30 PM Room opens for networking and CPE signup<br/>
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6:00 PM Welcome: OWASP chapter update and Chapter Presentation<br/>
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7:45 PM Wrap-up<br/>
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=== OWASP AppSec USA 2011 - September 20-23, 2011 ===
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OWASP MSP was host to OWASP's 2011 flagship outreach effort, '''OWASP AppSec USA 2011''', at the Minneapolis Convention Center September 20-23, 2011. Visit '''[http://www.appsecusa.org http://www.appsecusa.org]''' to find materials from AppSec USA 2011!
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[http://www.secure360.org/ Secure360] is an annual conference providing high quality educational sessions and networking opportunities while working to identify developing trends in risk management, physical security, governance, audit, information security, contingency planning and human capital.
  
=== OWASP Minneapolis-St. Paul 2010 Day of Talks - October 8, 2010  ===
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OWASP MSP and [http://dc612.org DC612] hosted an awesome lineup of technical talks October 8, 2010.
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'''[[OWASP Minneapolis St Paul 2010 Conference|Visit the day of talks page for a recap]]'''
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=== OWASP Minneapolis-St. Paul 2009 Half Day Conference - August 24, 2009  ===
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Thanks again for another year to all who joined us for '''[[OWASP Minneapolis St Paul 2009 Conference|an afternoon of information security presentations on August 24, 2009]]''' at the [http://www1.umn.edu/twincities/maps/StCen/StCen-map.html St. Paul Student Center] [http://www.spsc.umn.edu/about/directory/lower.php Auditorium/Theater] on the [http://www1.umn.edu/twincities/index.php University of Minnesota - Twin Cities] campus. '''[[OWASP Minneapolis St Paul 2009 Conference|Visit the conference page for a recap]]''' or '''[http://vimeo.com/channels/owaspmsp watch the video at Vimeo]'''.
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=== OWASP &amp; FLOSS Application Security Mini-Conference 2008 - October 21, 2008 ===
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Thanks to all who joined us on October 21, 2008 for a '''[[OWASP Minneapolis St Paul 2008 Conference|mini conference in October 2008]]''' at University of Minnesota's Saint Paul campus. Our first conference was a great success, with around 150 people attending! We were fortunate to have even higher attendance in 2009.
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'''President:''' [mailto:alex.bauert@owasp.org Alex Bauert]  
 
'''President:''' [mailto:alex.bauert@owasp.org Alex Bauert]  
  
'''Vice President:''' [mailto:lorna.alamri@owasp.org Lorna Alamri]
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'''Leadership Team:''' [mailto:todd.dahl@owasp.org Todd Dahl]
 
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'''Board Oversight:''' [mailto:dave@drstrangelove.net David Bryan]
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'''Content and Social Media:''' [Eric]
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'''Secure360 Representative:''' [mailto:alex.crittenden@netspi.com Alex Crittenden]
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'''Leadership Team:''' [mailto:lorna.alamri@owasp.org Lorna Alamri]
  
  

Latest revision as of 11:15, 17 September 2016

OWASP Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP)

Welcome to the Minneapolis-St. Paul (OWASP MSP) chapter homepage. The chapter leadership team includes Alex Bauert - President, Todd Dahl, and Lorna Alamri.

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OWASP-MSP Upcoming Chapter Meeting

When: Wednesday, September 21st @ 6:00

Where: Ewald Conference Center 1000 Westgate Drive #252 St. Paul, MN

Presentation: The ABCs of Source-Assisted Web Application Penetration Testing With OWASP ZAP: Attack Surface, Backdoors, and Configuration

Presenter: Dan Cornell

Detail:

There are a number of reasons to use source code to assist in web application penetration testing such as making better use of penetration testers’ time, providing penetration testers with deeper insight into system behavior, and highlighting specific sections of so development teams can remediate vulnerabilities faster. Examples of these are provided using the open source ThreadFix plugin for the OWASP ZAP proxy and dynamic application security testing tool. These show opportunities attendees have to enhance their own penetration tests given access to source code.

This presentation covers the “ABCs” of source code assisted web application penetration testing: covering issues of attack surface enumeration, backdoor identification, and configuration issue discovery. Having access to the source lets an attacker enumerate all of the URLs and parameters an application exposes – essentially its attack surface. Knowing these allows pen testers greater application coverage during testing. In addition, access to source code can help to identify potential backdoors that have been intentionally added to the system. Comparing the results of blind spidering to a full attack surface model can identify items of interest such as hidden admin consoles or secret backdoor parameters. Finally, the presentation examines how access to source code can help identify configuration settings that may have an adverse impact on the security of the deployed application.

Bio:

A globally recognized application security expert, Dan Cornell holds over 15 years of experience architecting, developing and securing web-based software systems. As the Chief Technology Officer and a Principal at Denim Group, Ltd., he leads the technology team to help Fortune 500 companies and government organizations integrate security throughout the development process. He is also the original creator of ThreadFix, Denim Group's industry leading application vulnerability management platform.

REGISTRATION LINK: Eventbrite Signup Link for Event



Content

You can find our Chapter Videos at https://vimeo.com/user56799697



Secure360

Secure360 is an annual conference providing high quality educational sessions and networking opportunities while working to identify developing trends in risk management, physical security, governance, audit, information security, contingency planning and human capital.

DC612 Meetings

DC612 meets the 2nd Thursday of the month.
http://www.dc612.org/

President: Alex Bauert

Leadership Team: Todd Dahl

Leadership Team: Lorna Alamri