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Revision as of 15:18, 26 June 2015

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OWASP Security Knowledge Framework

The OWASP Security Knowledge Framework is intended to be a tool that is used as a guide for building and verifying secure software. It can also be used to train developers about application security. Education is the first step in the Secure Software Development Lifecycle.

The 4 Core usage of SKF:

- Security Requirements OWASP ASVS for development and for third party vendor applications
- Security knowledge reference (Code examples/ Knowledge Base items)
- Security is part of design with the pre-development functionality in SKF
- Security post-development functionality in SKF for verification with the OWASP ASVS

Description

The OWASP Security Knowledge Framework is an expert system web-application that uses the OWASP Application Security Verification Standard and other resources. It can be used to support developers in pre-development (security by design) as well as after code is released (OWASP ASVS Level 1-3).

Why Use The OWASP Security Knowledge Framework?

Our experience taught us that the current level of security the current web-applications contain is not sufficient enough to ensure security. This is mainly because web-developers simpy aren't aware of the risks and dangers are lurking, waiting to be exploited by hackers.

Because of this we decided to develop a security tool in order to create a guide system available for all developers so they can develop applications secure by design.

The security knowledge framework is here to support developers create secure applications. By analysing proccessing techniques in which the developers use to edit their data the application can link these techniques to different known vulnerabilities and give the developer feedback regarding descriptions and solutions on how to properly implement these techniques in a safe manner.

The seccond stage of the application is validating if the developer properly implemented different types of defense mechanisms by means of different checklists such as the application security verification standards.

By means of the answers supplied by the developer the application again generates documentation in which it gives feedback on what defense mechanisms he forgot to implement and give him feedback regarding descriptions and solutions on how to properly implement these techniques in a safe manner.

Licensing

This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the link GNU Affero General Public License 3.0 as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

Project Download

Github/source-code:

Installation guide:

Project Online Demo

username: admin password: test-skf

Project website:

Project OWASP-SKF Pebble

Released OWASP-SKF Pebble in the Appstore for free

Related Projects

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Project Leaders

Glenn ten Cate
Riccardo ten Cate

Classifications

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Affero General Public License 3.0

For detailed information, documentation, tutorials and guide's please visit:
https://skf.readme.io
OR
https://www.securityknowledgeframework.org

Slides of DevOpsDays Amsterdam:
https://www.owasp.org/images/2/24/Skfpptx-design-workshop.pptx.pdf

Roadmap

Check out the: Online Scrum Board

 - Add code examples -> relevant knowledge-base items in results
 - Add CWE to checklists
 - Add user management
 - Add Python code examples
 - Add Java code examples
 - Add Go/Ruby/??? code examples

Getting Involved

Submitting a Pull Request on Guthub:

   Fork it.
   Create a branch (git checkout -b my_markup)
   Commit your changes (git commit -am "Added Snarkdown")
   Push to the branch (git push origin my_markup)
   Check Travis status if build is still working
   Open a Pull Request
   

One of the authors will check your sample code or knowledge-base item and add it to the master repo.

SKF uses the following services to provide quality over the code and releases.

Travis-ci.org:

Test and Deploy with Confidence. Easily sync your GitHub projects with Travis CI and you'll be testing your code in minutes! SKF Build details:

https://travis-ci.org/blabla1337/skf-flask

Coveralls.io:

DELIVER BETTER CODE. We help developers deliver code confidently by showing which parts of your code aren't covered by your test suite. SKF Coveralls details:

https://coveralls.io/r/blabla1337/skf-flask

Scrutinizer-ci.com

Why to use Scrutinizer. Improve code quality and find bugs before they hit production with our continuous inspection platform. Improve Code Quality. SKF Scrutinizer details:

https://scrutinizer-ci.com/g/blabla1337/skf-flask/

Uptimerobot.com

Monitor HTTP(s), Ping, Port and check Keywords. Get alerted via e-mail, SMS, Twitter, web-hooks or push. View uptime, downtime and response times.

ssllabs.com & sslbadge.org

ssllabs.org: Bringing you the best SSL/TLS and PKI testing tools and documentation. https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=securityknowledgeframework.org

sslbadge.org: Creates a nice badge for your website SSL/TLS security settings based on the Qualys SSL Labs testing.

Contributors

Glenn ten Cate
Riccardo ten Cate
Alexander Kaasjager
John Haley
Daniel Paulus
Erik de Kuijper
Roderick Schaefer
Jim Manico
Martijn Gijsberti Hodenpijl


Thank you to my colleagues at Schuberg Philis for helping and giving feedback.