OWASP Framework Security Project
The OWASP Framework Security Project focuses on understanding missing security controls within popular frameworks, and coordinating with developers and the framework leaders to effectively integrate the missing security controls. This project requires the collaboration between security experts, security minded developers, and framework developers and leaders. The primary deliverable of this project is source code that is accepted into frameworks. The OWASP Framework Security Project will maintain documentation to indicate with security controls have been accepted, and links to code and documentation at each framework. For more information, please contact the Project leader, Michael Coates.
How To Help
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- Framework Developers - We need your help to build the security controls that will get accepted upstream into the framework. You have the best knowledge on development practices, code style, and knowledge of the framework to get new code accepted.
- Security Professionals - We need you to help research and catalogue available security controls in various frameworks. Our goal is to produce and clear matrix of available and missing security controls by framework.
- A little of both? Please help in either area!
|Framework||Security Control||Present / Not Present||Enabled By Default||Link to more info||Under Development?||Contact Point|
|Automatic escaping in templates|
|Prepared statements (including ORM)|
|Django||SECURE Cookie Flag||Present||No||link||n/a||n/a|
|Django||HTTPOnly Cookie Flag||?||?||[# link]||?||?|
|Rails||Automatic CSRF protection||Present||Yes||link||n/a||n/a|
|Offsite redirect detection/prevention|
|Error suppression in production environments|
|Mask sensitive data in logs|
|Strict transport security|
|Content security policy|
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