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Revision as of 04:01, 2 March 2007

This page provide a commented overview of the OWASP presentations available.
Please use the last line of the tables as template.
Presentions can be tracked through:

Everybody is encouraged to link the presentations and add their findings on this page ! There are currently hundreds of presentations all over the OWASP web site. If you search google with “site:owasp.org filetype:ppt” there are 166 hits. “site:owasp.org filetype:pdf” returns 76. Feel free to “mine” them and add them to the overview.

OWASP Project Presentations

OWASP Project Presentations
Title Comment Level Rating (1-10)
The OWASP Testing Guide (Jeff Williams) Overview of the OWASP Testing Guide Novice 7
Example (include link) Fill in your comments Novice/Intermediate/Expert 1:bad - 10: the best


Web Application Security Presentations

Web Application Security Presentations
Title Comment Level Rating (1-10)
[Advanced SQL Injection (Victor Chapela) Detailed methodology for analyzing applications for SQL injection vulnerabilities Expert 9
[Advanced Topics on SQL Injection Protection (Sam NG) 7 methods to prevent SQL injection attacks correctly and in a more integrated approach. Methods 1 to 3 are applicable during design or development life cycle. Method 4 is mainly from QA’s perspective. Methods 5 and 6 can be applied to production environment and are applicable even if you do not have access to or if you cannot change the source code. Other non-main stream technology are discussed in Method 7. Intermediate 8
[Attacking Web Services (Alex Stamos) Web Services Introduction and Attacks Intermediate 5
Example (include link) Fill in your comments Novice/Intermediate/Expert 1:bad - 10: the best




Chapter Presentations

Chapter Presentations
Title Comment Level Rating (1-10) Month Chapter
XSS and XSS Worms (Sven Vetsch) XSS and XSS Worms Intermediate 7 Feb 2007 Switzerland
OWASP Update (Seba) OWASP Update Novice 7 Jan 2007 Belgium
WebGoat and Pantera presentation (Philippe Bogaerts) WebGoat and Pantera presentation Novice 7 Jan 2007 Belgium
Security implications of AOP for secure software (Bart De Win) Security implications of AOP for secure software Expert 7 Jan 2007 Belgium
testing for common security flaws (David Byrne) testing for common security flaws Intermediate 7 Nov 2006 Denver
40-ish slides on analyzing threats (Olli) Analyzing Threats Novice 7 Dec 2006 Helsinki
Attacking the Application (Dave Ferguson) Vulnerabilities, attacks and coding suggestions Intermediate 7 Dec 2006 Kansas City
Ajax Security Concerns (Rohini Sulatycki) Ajax Security Concerns Intermediate 7 Dec 2006 Kansas City
Example (include link) Fill in your comments Novice/Intermediate/Expert 1:bad - 10: the best Mon Year Chapter