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OWASP is a free and open community that focuses on improving application security. There is overwhelming evidence that the vast majority of web applications contain security holes that are increasingly putting people and organizations at serious risk. Securing web applications is an extraordinarily difficult technical challenge that demands a concerted effort.
 
OWASP is a free and open community that focuses on improving application security. There is overwhelming evidence that the vast majority of web applications contain security holes that are increasingly putting people and organizations at serious risk. Securing web applications is an extraordinarily difficult technical challenge that demands a concerted effort.
  
“OWASP came together for a week and produced a stunning amount of new ideas,” said OWASP Chair Jeff Williams. “Our community is growing and organizing into a powerful movement that will affect software development worldwide.  This summit marks a major milestone our efforts to improve application security. (...)”<b> [https://www.owasp.org/images/4/46/Board_signed_Document.pdf See here the fully OWASP Board's signed document with OWASP Summit 2008's conclusions"] and watch OWASP Board's video [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skTNrQOGLOc Jeff Williams'] and [http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=kHAC7skATQg&feature=related Dinis Cruz].</b>
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“OWASP came together for a week and produced a stunning amount of new ideas,” said OWASP Chair Jeff Williams. “Our community is growing and organizing into a powerful movement that will affect software development worldwide.  This summit marks a major milestone our efforts to improve application security. (...)”<b> [https://www.owasp.org/images/4/46/Board_signed_Document.pdf See here the fully OWASP Board's signed document with OWASP Summit 2008's conclusions"] and watch OWASP Board's videos - [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skTNrQOGLOc '''Jeff Williams'''] and [http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=kHAC7skATQg&feature=related '''Dinis Cruz'''].</b>
  
 
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Contents

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'SETTING THE WEB APPLICATION SECURITY AGENDA FOR 2009'
3th - 7th November 2008
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KEY RESULTS FROM THE OWASP SUMMIT

SUMMIT CONCLUSIONS DOCUMENT

"ALGARVE, PORTUGAL, November 7, 2008 – The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) today announced results from the annual OWASP Summit. Over 80 application security experts from over 20 countries joined forces to identify, coordinate, and prioritize our 2009 efforts to create a more secure Internet.

OWASP is a free and open community that focuses on improving application security. There is overwhelming evidence that the vast majority of web applications contain security holes that are increasingly putting people and organizations at serious risk. Securing web applications is an extraordinarily difficult technical challenge that demands a concerted effort.

“OWASP came together for a week and produced a stunning amount of new ideas,” said OWASP Chair Jeff Williams. “Our community is growing and organizing into a powerful movement that will affect software development worldwide. This summit marks a major milestone our efforts to improve application security. (...)” See here the fully OWASP Board's signed document with OWASP Summit 2008's conclusions" and watch OWASP Board's videos - Jeff Williams and Dinis Cruz.



Key results from the OWASP Summit include:

UPDATED OWASP PRINCIPLES

• Free & Open,

• Governed by rough consensus & running code,

• Abide by a code of ethics (see ethics),

• Not-for-profit,

• Not driven by commercial interests,

• Risk based approach.

UPDATED CODE OF ETHICS

• Support the implementation of and promote compliance with standards, procedures, controls for application security,

• Have objectivity, due diligence and professional care in accordance with established standards,

• Responsible disclosure.

NEW OUTREACH PROGRAMS

• OWASP has expanded its outreach efforts by building relationships with technology vendors, framework providers, and standards bodies. In addition, we piloted a new program to provide free one-day seminars at universities and developer conferences worldwide.

NEW GLOBAL COMMITTEE STRUCTURE

• OWASP recognized the extraordinary contribution of our most active leaders by engaging them to lead a set of six new committees. Each democratically established committee will focus on a key function or geographic region, such as OWASP projects, conferences, local chapters, membership and industry outreach.

OWASP GLOBAL COMMITTEES ( OWASP GC)
Education Chapters Conferences Industry Projects & Tools Membership

How to Join a Global Committee - Applications being accepted until January 9th 2009 for a 24 month term.

NEW FREE TOOLS AND GUIDANCE

• OWASP announced the release of Live CD 2008, many new testing tools, static analysis tools, the Enterprise Security API (ESAPI v1.4), AntiSamy, the Application Security Verification Standard (ASVS), guidance for Ruby on Rails and Classic ASP, international versions of our materials, and much more.

OWASP is proud to launch the following new or updated tools:
PROJECT AUTHOR
OWASP Application Security Verification Standard - SoC 08 Mike Boberski
OWASP AppSensor - SoC 08 Michael Coates
OWASP Access Control Rules Tester - SoC 08 Andrew Petukhov
OWASP AntiSamy Project - SoC 08 Arshan Dabirsiaghi
OWASP Application Security Tool Benchmarking Environment and Site Generator Refresh Project - SoC 08 Dmitry Kozlov
OWASP Code Crawler - SoC 08 Alessio Marziali
OWASP JSP Testing Tool - SoC 08 Jason Li
OWASP Live CD - SoC 08 Matt Tesauro
OWASP OpenPGP Extensions for HTTP - Enigform and mod openpgp - SoC 08 Arturo ‘Buanzo’
OWASP Orizon Project - SoC 08 Paolo Perego
OWASP Python Static Analysis Project - SoC 08 Georgy Kilmov
OWASP Skavenger Project - SoC 08 Matthias Rohr
OWASP Teachable Static Analysis Workbench - SoC 08 Dmitry Kozlov & Igor Konnov


OWASP is proud to launch the following new or updated documents and resources:
PROJECT AUTHOR
OWASP Application Security Desk Reference - SoC 08 Leonardo Cavallari
OWASP Backend Security Project - SoC 08 Carlo Pelliccioni
OWASP Classic ASP Security Project - SoC 08 Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP Code Review Project - SoC 08 Eoin Keary
OWASP Education Project - SoC 08 Sebastien Deleersnyder, Martin Knobloch
OWASP Internationalization Project - Soc 08 Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP Spanish Project - SoC 08 Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP Positive Security Project - SoC 08 Eduardo V.C. Neves
OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Project - SoC 08 Heiko Webers
OWASP Securing WebGoat using ModSecurity Project - SoC 08 Stephen Craig Evans
OWASP Source Code Review - SoC 08 James Walden
OWASP Testing Guide V3 - SoC 08 Matteo Meucci

Find more OWASP Projects at the OWASP Projects Page.

EVENT AGENDA

Agenda for Monday, November 3rd, 2008
13:00 Lunch
Training Sessions
15:00 - 17:00 Securing WebGoat with ModSecurity
Stephen Craig Evans
WebSec Apps for Managers and Executives
Video
Mano Paul
OWASP Testing Guide
Matteo Meucci
19:00 Summit Briefing
Dinis Cruz and Summit Organization Team
20:00 Dinner


Agenda for Tuesday, November 4th, 2008
08:00 Registration
09:00 Summit Keynote
Dinis Cruz and Summit Organization Team
Documents Tools
09:30 OWASP Testing Guide - SoC 08
Matteo Meucci
OWASP JSP Testing Tool - SoC 08
Jason Li
09:45 OWASP Code Review Project - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Eoin Keary
OWASP Orizon Project - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Paolo Perego
10:00 OWASP Application Security Desk Reference - SoC 08
Leonardo Cavallari Militelli
OWASP Live CD - SoC 08
Matt Tesauro
10:15 OWASP Spanish Project - SoC 08
Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP WebScarab Project
PowerPoint Presentation
Rogan Dawes
10:30 Coffee Break
10:45 .NET ESAPI
Alex Smolen
11:00 Working Sessions Briefing
Dinis Cruz
Working Sessions
11:15 - 13:00 Documentation Projects/Guides Integration and Unified 4.0 Version
WS Conclusions
Eduardo Neves
OWASP Intrinsic Security Working Group - Browser Security
Arshan Dabirsiaghi
Tools Projects
WS Conclusions
Matt Tesauro
13:00 Lunch
Training Sessions
14:00 The Art and Science of Threat Modeling Web Applications
Video
Mano Paul
Web Server Hardening SELinux
PDF Presentation
Pavol Luptak
Offensive WebApp Hacking
Video - LDAP, XML and SQL injection
Video - LDAP injection demo
XML injection demo
Video - SQL injection demo
Marco Slaviero
15:00 Phishing attack
Video
Matt Teasuro & Brad Causey
Clickjacking
Video
Demonstration
Arshan Dabirsiaghi
16:00 Coffee Break
Working Sessions
16:30 OWASP Enterprise Security API Project (ESAPI)
Video
WS Conclusions
Jeff Williams
18:30 OWASP Application Security Desk Reference - ASDR
Leonardo Cavallari
.NET Project
Dinis Cruz


Agenda for Wednesday, November 5th, 2008
09:15 Daily Briefing
Dinis Cruz
Standards and Education Tools
10:00 OWASP Positive Security Project - SoC 08
Eduardo Neves
OWASP Access Control Rules Tester - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Andrew Petukhov
10:15 OWASP Education Project - SoC 08
Sebastien Deleersnyder, Martin Knobloch
OWASP Teachable Static Analysis Workbench - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Dmitry Kozlov
10:30 OWASP Internationalization Project - Soc 08
Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP AppSensor - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Michael Coates
10:45 PASSWD Project: Metrics and Vulnerabilities
PowerPoint Presentation
Lucilla Mancini
OWASP Backend Security Project - SoC 08
PowerPoint Prsentation
Carlo Pelliccioni
11:00 OWASP Open Review Project
Dan Cornell
OWASP Application Security Tool Benchmarking Environment and Site Generator Refresh Project - SoC 08
PowerPoint Presentation
Dmitry Kozlov
11:15 OWASP Global Committee Elections
11:30 Coffee Break
Working Sessions
12:45 Education Project
WS Conclusions
Sebastien Deleersnyder
Testing Guide
Matteo Meucci
Web Application Framework Security
Arshan Dabirsiaghi
14:45 Lunch (During Working Sessions)
Training Sessions
15:00 Flash Player Security
Peleus Uhley
OWASP Top 10
Video
Sebastien Deleersnyder and Martin Knobloch
Uncovering WebScarab's Secret Treasures
PowerPoint Presentation
Rogan Dawes
Hacking the Orizon
PowerPoint Presentation
Paolo Perego
17:00 Coffee Break
Working Sessions
17:30 Code Review Guide
Eoin Keary
EU Funding for OWASP Projects
Carlos Serrao
OWASP Certification
Tom Brennan
Software Assurance Maturity Model
Pravir Chandra
19:00 OWASP Website
WS Conclusions
PPT Presentation
Fabio Cerullo
Metrics & Vulnerabilities
Lucilla Mancini
OWASP Orizon
Paolo Perego


Agenda for Thursday, November 6th, 2008
09:15 Daily Briefing
Dinis Cruz
Technology Tools
10:00 OWASP Classic ASP Security Project - SoC 08
Juan Carlos Calderon
OWASP Source Code Review - SoC 08
James Walden
10:15 OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Project - SoC 08
PDF Presentation
Heiko Webers
OWASP OpenPGP Extensions for HTTP - Enigform and mod openpgp - SoC 08
Arturo Alberto Busleiman
10:30 OWASP Webslayer Project
Christian Martorella
OWASP Securing WebGoat using ModSecurity Project - SoC 08
Stephen Evans and Christian Folini
11:00 OWASP Skavenger Project - SoC 08
Matthias Rohr
OWASP AntiSamy Project - SoC 08
Marcin Wielgoszewski
11:15 Coffee Break
Working Sessions
11:30 OWASP Top 10 - 2009
Dave Wichers
OWASP Intra Governmental Affairs
David Campbell
SAMM v2 OWASP Website
Fabio Cerullo
Handling Web MalWare
13:00 Lunch (During Working Sessions)
Training Sessions
14:00 Ajax Security Auditing Flash Applications
Peleus Uhley
WebApp Assessment
Vicente Aguilera Diaz
Mod Security
Lucas C. Ferreira
Working Sessions
16:30 OWASP Strategic Planning and Business Models compatible with OWASP values
Jeff Williams, Dinis Cruz, Dave Wichers, Sebastien Deleersnyder, Tom Brennan & Kate Hartmann and Paulo Combra
18:30 Two-way Internationalization of OWASP Content
Juan Carlos Calderon & Sebastien Deleersnyder
OWASP Best Practices for Chapter Leaders
WS Conclusions
Georg Hess
OWASP Live CD & DVD
Matt Tesauro
20:00 Gala Dinner
22:00 OWASP Band


Agenda for Friday, November 7th, 2008
10:00 Daily Briefing
Dinis Cruz
10:15 OWASP AppSec Agenda 2009: Working Session Outcomes
Documentation Projects/Guides Integration and Unified 4.0 Version
Eduardo Neves
Browser Security
Arshan Dabirsiaghi
ESAPI
Jeff Williams
Tools Projects
Matt Tesauro
Code Review Guide
Eoin Keary
OWASP Certification
Tom Brennan
Software Assurance Maturity Model
Pravir Chandra
Top 10 2009
Dave Wichers
Intra Governmental Affairs
David Campbell
Best Practices for Chapter Leaders
Georg Hess
11:15 Coffee Break and Vote (put your dots on the wall)
11:30 Live CD & DVD
Matt Tesauro
ADSR
Leonardo Cavallari
Education Project
Sebastien Deleersnyder
Web Application Framework Security
Arshan Dabirsiaghi
Testing Guide
Matteo Meucci
OWASP Censorship
Tom Brennan
EU Funding for OWASP Projects
Carlos Serrao
OWASP Website
Fabio Cerullo
OWASP Orizon
Paolo Perego
Handling Web MalWare
2-Way Internationalization
Juan Carlos Calderon
Portuguese Public & Private Organizations
Carlos Serrao
Winter of Code 2009
Dinis Cruz and Sebastien Deleersnyder
13:00 Lunch
14:00 Board Meeting
17:00 Announcement of Summit Procedings

OWASP BOARD MEETING

Board meeting was held at the OWASP Summit - RESULTS

EVENT'S PHOTOS

More event's photos can be seen here.
Summit's slide show.

ARCHIVED DATA

FORMER AGENDA: Click here to see.

SUMMIT BROCHURE: 6 page brochure or this 33 page brochure.

VENUE & TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS: The OWASP European Summit 2008 was hosted at the 5 start Resort in Algarve Portugal (Grande Real Santa Eulália Resort & Hotel). Hotel booking and the travel arrangements were be handled via Diplomata Tours, the assigned travel agency. The venue location - Google Maps Link. Nearest Airport - Faro.

OTHER LINKS: Press Information, Open Letter to Browsers&Frameworks, OWASP Summit UALG 1 Day Conference, OwaspEU08Summit on Twitter!, OWASP EU Summit 2008 Internals.

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