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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
The OWASP Testing Guide (Jeff Williams) Overview of the OWASP Testing Guide Novice
Example (include link) Fill in your comments Novice/Intermediate/Expert


Web Application Security Presentations

Web Application Security Presentations
Title Comment Level
[Advanced SQL Injection (Victor Chapela) Detailed methodology for analyzing applications for SQL injection vulnerabilities Expert
[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
[Attacking Web Services (Alex Stamos) Web Services Introduction and Attacks Intermediate
Example (include link) Fill in your comments Novice/Intermediate/Expert




Chapter Presentations

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