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=PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENTS=
 
=PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENTS=
  
==[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Projects_Summit_2013/Remote_Participation Remote Participation Update for 2013 Project Summit]==
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==Message from Project Leader, Larry Conklin: OWASP Code Review Guide==
Unfortunately, we were not able to raise enough funds to facilitate remote participation for the 2013 Project Summit. It is certainly an aspect of our summits that we find incredibly important, and we will work hard to make sure remote participation is an option our contributors have in 2014.
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==[http://trustedsoftwarealliance.com/2013/10/18/simon-bennetts-the-owasp-web-applications-vulnerability-project/ Interview with Simon Bennetts: OWASP ZAP Project Leader]==
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Eoin and I had the great pleasure to present the Code Review Guide 2.0 project at APPSECUSA2013.  I want to thank everyone involved in the project and to give you my personal thank you. It was very much an honor to talk about our success and hard work. We are not done but I feel we surprised a lot of people with how much work a few dedicated volunteers have done.  
*Mark Miller, upcoming Project Leader for the OWASP Podcast Series, caught up with Simon Bennetts, OWASP ZAP co-Project Leader with Raul Siles.  
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==Message from Project Leader, Jim Manico: OWASP Podcast 96 and 97==
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Please don't loose sight of the end but we are getting closer. Below is our wiki pages loaded into a word doc. Yes, it is rough, but we made sure everyone knew it was an early release document. Also my ppt is included attached.
  
We just release two new OWASP podcasts.
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Larry Conklin, CISSP
  
OWASP podcast 96 features Nabil Hannan discussing BSIMM.
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*[https://www.owasp.org/images/f/fa/Code_Review_Guide_Pre-AlphaV2_%281%29.pdf Code Review Guide: ALPHA]
https://www.owasp.org/download/jmanico/owasp_podcast_96.mp3
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OWASP podcast 97 features Les Hazlewood discussing Apache Shiro.
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*[https://www.owasp.org/images/f/f7/APPSEC2013-CRV2.pdf Code Review Guide AppSec USA 2013 Presentation]
https://www.owasp.org/download/jmanico/owasp_podcast_97.mp3
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RSS: https://www.owasp.org/download/jmanico/podcast.xml
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==Message from OWASP ZAP Project Leader, Simon Bennetts==
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I've created a page on the ZAP wiki which lists all of the people happy to deliver free ZAP talks and training: http://code.google.com/p/zaproxy/wiki/ZapEvangelists
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Please reach out to Simon and all other ZAP contributors by e-mailing the ZAP mailing list: owasp-zed-attack-proxy@lists.owasp.org
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==[https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Projects_Summit_2013/Home 2013 Project Summit]==
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*The project summit is only 2 weeks away.
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*I urge everyone to add your name to the attendees list if you are interested in a session, or suggest new topics that you would be more interested in attending.
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*Please visit the [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Projects_Summit_2013/Home 2013 Project Summit wiki page] for more detailed information on how to join in.
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*Current daily schedule and session topics include:
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'''Monday: Nov 18th'''
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#[http://sched.co/GFUey0 OWASP Projects Review Session]
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#[http://sched.co/GG2eih OWASP Media Project Session]
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#[http://sched.co/GG3vGg OWASP PHP Security and RBAC Projects: An Introduction]
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#[http://sched.co/GG2tdq OWASP AppSensor 2.0 Hackathon]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFni6y ESAPI Hackathon Session]
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#[http://sched.co/GTPVPY Bug Bounty Hack Session]
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'''Tuesday: Nov. 19th'''
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#[http://sched.co/1gFsc3D OWASP Training Development Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFquPG OWASP Academies Development Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFtxrb Mobile Security Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFtviT ESAPI Hackathon Session]
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#[http://sched.co/GTPWmQ Bug Bounty Hack Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gaumt6 OWASP PCI Toolkit Session]
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'''Wednesday: Nov. 20th'''
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#[http://sched.co/1gFtOKA Writing and Documentation Review Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFqsXV ESAPI Hackathon Session]
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#[http://sched.co/16ky3r8 Bug Bounty Hack Session]
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'''Thursday: Nov. 21st'''
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#[http://sched.co/1gFtXh1 ZAP Hackathon Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFtX0H Open SAMM Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFoJ54 ESAPI Hackathon Session]
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#[http://sched.co/1gFusI3 Bug Bounty Hack Session]
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==[http://appsecusa.org/2013/activities/project-talks/ AppSec USA Project Talks]==
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* I have now finalized the schedule for the AppSec USA Project Talks.
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* We had to make several adjustments to balance out the schedule. 
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* Current talk schedule can be found below:
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'''Wednesday: Nov. 20th'''
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#10AM - OWASP Project Leader Workshop
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#11AM - OWASP ESAPI
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#12PM - OWAS NIST NSTIC IDecosystem Initiative: Initial Discussion Meeting
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#1PM - OWASP OpenSAMM Talk
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#2PM - OWASP Education Projects
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#3PM - OWASP Security Principles Project Talk
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'''Thursday: Nov. 21st'''
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#10AM - 12PM - OWASP O2 Platform Talk and Training
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#12PM - OWASP Testing Guide Talk
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#1PM - OWASP Development Guide Talk
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#2PM - OWASP AppSensor Talk
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#3PM - OWASP Code Review Guide Talk
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Revision as of 15:35, 3 December 2013

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Metrics

DATE August 2013 September 2013 October 2013 November 2013 December 2013
TOTAL 168 Active Projects 134 Active Projects 142 Active Projects 144 Active Projects 149 Active Projects
  • Active Projects: 149
  • Inactive Projects: 102
  • Incubator Projects: 116
  • Lab Projects:18
  • Flagship Projects: 15

New OWASP Project Applications

Projects Under Review

Project Manager Q4 2013 Objectives

  1. Finish planning Project Summit & Execute Summit at AppSec USA.
  2. Develop & Finish Global Projects Strategy for 2014: Includes Budget.
  3. Finish Fundraising Strategy for 2014: Includes Budget.
  • Ongoing Objectives for 2013
    • Quarterly Report to DHS.
    • Continue helping leaders reach their grant required milestones.
    • Finalize graphic design delivery from Patrick: 2 pieces to go. Done.

OWASP Project Manager Weekly Reports


  • Project Leader Workshop Overview
    • The project leader workshop went very well during AppSec USA.
    • There was lots of discussion brought on by the project leaders.
    • There were a few potential project leaders as well.
    • The forum went well with a presentation of information followed by discussion.
    • It was also important to allow Leaders to interrupt the talk to ask questions.
    • I felt the way it was organized should be used as a framework for future project leader workshops.
    • 45 minutes was not enough as well.
    • I suggest leaving 1 hour and 30 minutes for the session.
  • 2013 Project Summit Overview
    • I believe the project summit was a great success.
    • I was a bit nervous about it as I had never even done one before.
    • However, a good amount of Leaders helped me put this together, and it is thanks to them that this summit was such a great success.
    • There were many lessons learned, and I am working towards putting together a post summit document for the community.
  • Women in AppSec: AppSec USA 2013 Overview
    • I think the Women in AppSec program went very well at AppSec USA.
    • Both winners let me know that they really enjoyed themselves, and they were glad to participate in the panel.
    • Kait, our Grants and Fundraising intern, kindly helped me manage the Women in AppSec schedules and timetables at the conference.
    • We are not working on post event administration for the program.
  • OWASP Marketing
    • I am glad to say that the marketing materials have now all been delivered.
    • Patrick is in the process of delivering the final invoice for work completed.
  • Project Guidelines
    • There was a good amount of discussion regarding the project guidelines during the conference and at the board meeting.
    • There are a few changes to make, and I am working on getting these done by the end of this week.
  • Daily Project based queries and requests
    • This has not changed much since I began the post: questions are very similar in nature.
    • Global AppSec questions.
    • Funding queries.
    • Travel availability.
    • Project based administrative help.
    • Project status information.
    • Several project donation questions.
    • Marketing questions.
    • Grant funding questions.
    • OWASP social media updates.
    • What's happening with projects, questions.

General Awards

  • OWASP OWTF Project: Brucon 5x5 Award
  1. Amount: €5,000.00 (Approx. $6,670.00)
  2. Status: Awarded. Congratulations, Abraham Aranguren and all involved in the project, for your award.

Proposals Awarded

  1. Amount: $25,000 USD
  2. Status: Awarded. The first payment has been allocated to our project budgets. The second invoice has now been sent to Georgia Tech and payment has been received.
  3. OWASP Development Guide Plan
  4. OWASP Testing Guide Plan
  5. OWASP Code Review Guide Plan
  • Google Grants Proposal
  1. Amount: $120,000 USD in Adwords Funds
  2. Status: Awarded.
  3. Note: There is no link to show the proposal for this grant. There was a form that was submitted to Google, and we did not receive a record of this form.
  • Google Summer of Code
  1. Amount: $5,500
  2. Status: Awarded
  • Projects breakdown:
    • 4 ZAP Projects: $2,000
    • 4 OWTF Projects: $2,000
    • 1 PHP Security Project: $500
    • 1 Hackademics Project: $500
    • 1 Modsecurity Project: $500
    • Note: Big thank you to Fabio Cerullo for coordinating and managing this award.
  1. Amount: $15,000 USD
  2. Status: Awarded.
  • Total Funds Awarded: $172,170 USD for 2013.

Proposals Denied

  • European Commission Grant Proposal
  1. Amount: €250,000
  2. Status: Denied.
  1. Amount: $112,000 USD
  2. Status: Denied
  1. Amount: $25,000 USD
  2. Status: Denied
  1. Amount: $30,000 USD
  2. Status: Denied
  1. Amount: $55,800 USD
  2. Status: Denied


Message from Project Leader, Larry Conklin: OWASP Code Review Guide

Eoin and I had the great pleasure to present the Code Review Guide 2.0 project at APPSECUSA2013. I want to thank everyone involved in the project and to give you my personal thank you. It was very much an honor to talk about our success and hard work. We are not done but I feel we surprised a lot of people with how much work a few dedicated volunteers have done.

Please don't loose sight of the end but we are getting closer. Below is our wiki pages loaded into a word doc. Yes, it is rough, but we made sure everyone knew it was an early release document. Also my ppt is included attached.

Larry Conklin, CISSP