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- Jun 10 - OWASP Newsletter 9
- Top Ten 2007 FINAL!, More SPoC details, lots of pages updated
- Apr 17 - OWASP Newsletter 8
- OWASP SpoC projects selected, new OWASP WeBecki tool, OWASP Code Review project, OWASP updates and much more
- Mar 30 - NYC and New Jersey
- Mar 19 - OWASP Newsletter 7
- Featuring the new OWASP Spring of Code 2007, OWASP Chapter activities and introducing the new OWASP SWAAT Project. As always this newsletter is stuffed with the latest OWASP updates, blog entries and Web Application Security updates!
- Mar 6 - OWASP Newsletter 6
- OWASP Autumn of Code 2006 finished, XML Gateway Eval Project, OWASP updates and much more
- Mar 3 - Good OWASP Blog Posts
- Feb 23 - OWASP Newsletter 5
- OWASP Conference Europe, OWASP Tiger, OWASP Testing Guide v2 Published and much more
- Jan 31 - OWASP Newsletter 4
- OWASP TOP 10 RC1, WebGoat 5.0 RC1, OWASP Documentation Projects and much more
- Jan 22 - OWASP Newsletter 3
- OWASP projects that need your help, OWASP Java Project, OWASP Live CD, Latest additions to the WIKI, OWASP references in the Media
- Jan 16 - OWASP Newsletter 2
- 2nd OWASP newsletter with: OWASP News, Featured Projects, Featured Stories, Latest Blog Entries, Latest additions to the WIKI, OWASP Community, Application Security News and OWASP references in the Media.
- Jan 7 - OWASP Newsletter 1
- First OWASP newsletter with information about what is going on in the OWASP world
- Jan 2 - The Best Security Books Reference OWASP
- There are over 50 security books that reference OWASP. Many of the authors are contributing to OWASP, speaking at our conferences, and participating in our chapters. Some of the books just recommend OWASP, but many are structured around OWASP, and others have whole chapters dedicated to our tools.