OWASP Broken Web Applications Project
The Broken Web Applications Project (BWA) is an effort to provide a wealth of applications with known vulnerabilities for those interested in:
- learning about web application security
- testing manual assessment techniques
- testing automated tools
- testing source code analysis tools
- observing web attacks
- testing WAFs and similar code technologies
all the while saving people interested in doing either learning or testing the pain of having to compile, configure, and catalog all of the things normally involved in doing this process from scratch.
27-Jan-2011 -- Chuck Willis presents OWASP BWA at the DoD Cyber Crime Conference.
19-Jan-2011 -- OWASP Broken Web Applications version 0.93rc1 was released.
15-Nov-2010 -- OWASP Broken Web Applications version 0.92rc2 was released.
10-Nov-2010 -- OWASP Broken Web Applications version 0.92rc1 was released.
10-Nov-2010 -- Chuck Willis presents OWASP BWA at OWASP AppSec DC.
24-Mar-2010 -- OWASP Broken Web Applications version 0.91rc1 was released.
5-Feb-2010 -- Doug Wilson presents on OWASP BWA at ShmooCon in Washington DC at 6 PM
31-Jan-2010 -- We are now an "official" OWASP project, just in time for ShmooCon!
27-Jan-2010 -- Chuck Willis presents BWA at the DoD Cybercrime conference
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