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[[Image:Owasp_logo_normal.jpg|right]]At AppSecDC in 2009, the OWASP Broken Web Applications (OWASP BWA) Project was announced and the first version of the project virtual machine was released.  The virtual machine provides a standard set of web applications with various types of security vulnerabilities and is well suited for use as a learning environment and as a standard target for testing tools and techniques.  This talk will provide an update on the current state of the project and describe the vision for the project’s future.
 
[[Image:Owasp_logo_normal.jpg|right]]At AppSecDC in 2009, the OWASP Broken Web Applications (OWASP BWA) Project was announced and the first version of the project virtual machine was released.  The virtual machine provides a standard set of web applications with various types of security vulnerabilities and is well suited for use as a learning environment and as a standard target for testing tools and techniques.  This talk will provide an update on the current state of the project and describe the vision for the project’s future.
  
== The speaker ==
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== Chuck Willis ==
  
 
Speaker bio will be posted shortly.  
 
Speaker bio will be posted shortly.  
  
 
[[Category:AppSec_DC_2010_Turbo_Talks]] [[Category:OWASP_Conference_Presentations]]
 
[[Category:AppSec_DC_2010_Turbo_Talks]] [[Category:OWASP_Conference_Presentations]]

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The presentation

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At AppSecDC in 2009, the OWASP Broken Web Applications (OWASP BWA) Project was announced and the first version of the project virtual machine was released. The virtual machine provides a standard set of web applications with various types of security vulnerabilities and is well suited for use as a learning environment and as a standard target for testing tools and techniques. This talk will provide an update on the current state of the project and describe the vision for the project’s future.

Chuck Willis

Speaker bio will be posted shortly.