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'''[[OWASP_Podcast|OWASP Podcast Series]] #12'''
  
OWASP NEWS March 2009<br/>
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OWASP Interview with Ryan C. Barnett<br/>
Recording TBD
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Recorded February 23th and 26th, 2009<br/>
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Published March 11, 2009
  
==OWASP AppSec News==
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Feb 10 - https://buildsecurityin.us-cert.gov/daisy/bsi/articles/knowledge/business/1093-BSI.html<br/ >
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The Build Security In website asks "What measures do vendors use for software assurance?". Jeremy Epstein performed a study with 8 independent software vendors about their techniques and motivations for implementing an internal software assurance program similar in theory to the Microsoft SDL.<br/ >
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==Participants==
Feb 11 - http://www.communities.hp.com/securitysoftware/blogs/rafal/archive/2009/02/10/an-unfortunate-case-of-learned-behavior.aspx<br />
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Rafal Los of HP postulates that all tools and all human testers have shortcomings, demonstrated by the fact that there are so many inconsistencies in pen-testing activities.<br/ >
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<li> <b>Ryan C. Barnett</b> is the Director of Application Security Research at Breach Security. He is also the Project Leader for the OWASP ModSecurity Core RuleSet Project, a faculty member for the SANS Institute, a Team Lead for the Center for Internet Security Apache Benchmark Project and a Member of the Web Application Security Consortium where he leads the Distributed Open Proxy Honeypot Project. Mr. Barnett has also authored a web security book for Addison/Wesley Publishing entitled "Preventing Web Attacks with Apache." Ryan can be reached at: ryan.barnett(at)breach.com </li>
Feb 13 - http://www.cigital.com/justiceleague/2009/02/13/do-cloud-based-apps-destroy-web-app-security/<br/ >
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Feb 19 - http://nickcoblentz.blogspot.com/2009/02/create-security-strategy-before.html<br/ >
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Scott Matsumoto waxes philosophical about the effect of cloud computing on web applications, while Nick Coblentz discusses plans for web application security integration with cloud computing.<br/ >
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Feb 14 - http://wivet.googlecode.com<br/ >
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Wivet, a benchmarking project that aims to statistically analyze web link extractors (that is - gauge the quality of a web application security scanner's ability to crawl) recently released version 3 and updated their wiki with new information about scanner results and a future look through their wishlist.<br/ >
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Feb 16 - http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Cincinnati#November_Meeting<br/ >
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The OWASP local chapter in Cincinnati has recently posted a presentation given in November 2008 by Jeremiah Blatz of Foundstone on "Web Application Hacking for Developers".<br/ >
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Feb 18 - http://www.blackhat.com/html/bh-dc-09/bh-dc-09-archives.html#Smith<br/ >
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The presentaitons and whitepapers for BlackHat DC 2009 were made available, including a fabulous presentation from Colin Ames, Delchi, and Val Smith on "Dissecting Web Attacks".<br/ >
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Feb 15 - http://www.dragoslungu.com/2009/02/15/gartner-magic-quadrant-on-static-application-security-testing-feb-2009/<br />
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Feb 20 - http://www.cigital.com/justiceleague/2009/02/19/gartner-and-static-analysis/<br/ >
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Gartner releases a Magic Quadrant on Static Application Security Testing<br/ >
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John Steven at Cigital weighs in with his SAST views<br/ >
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Feb 20 - http://www.securitycatalyst.com/the-balkanization-of-web-application-security/<br/ >
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Bill Pennington theorizes, "most people in the web application security space are a specialist in one particular area, source code review, black box testing, web application firewalls or developer training. This lack of knowledge of the other solutions generally breeds fear and contempt".<br/ >
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Feb 22 - http://appsecnotes.blogspot.com/2009/02/dirbuster-shoots-and-scores.html<br/ >
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Dave Ferguson discusses the OWASP DirBuster tool, developed by James Fisher.<br/ >
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Feb 22 - http://funkatron.com/site/comments/safely-parsing-json-in-javascript/<br/ >
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A discussion about safely parsing JSON in Javascript, which includes Douglas Crocker's prescriptions.<br/ >
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Feb 25 - http://shreeraj.blogspot.com/2009/02/article-on-web-2.html<br/ >
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Shreeraj Shah brings attention to the latest issue of INSECURE magazine, issue 20. The recent magazine includes his article on "Web 2.0 case studies: challenges, approaches and vulnerabilities".<br/ >
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Feb 25 - http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_AU_Conference_2009<br/ >
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We bring you an update on the happenings at the OWASP AU Conference 2009.<br/ >
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Society of Payment Security Professionals<br/ >
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https://www.paymentsecuritypros.com/en/articles/search.asp?category=Articles<br/ >
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https://www.paymentsecuritypros.com/en/users/login.asp?/appsecurityusergroup/index.asp<br/ >
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SPSP has recently posted information about Education and Training Validity, as well as Certification Validation.  Ed Bellis of Orbitz and Trey Ford of WhiteHatSec are heading up the AppSec working group within SPSP, but the information about the group and wiki are currently members only.<br/ >
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Safari and GIFAR<br/ >
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Feb 13 - http://xs-sniper.com/blog/2009/02/13/stealing-more-files-with-safari/<br />
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Feb 24 - http://riosec.com/updates-on-gifar-vulnerability<br/ >
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Feb 25 - http://www.cgisecurity.com/2009/02/apple-goes-public-with-security-in-safari-4.html<br/ >
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Billy Rios speaks about the recent Safari security bugs and GIFAR.  Robert Auger speaks to the recent security improvements upcoming in Safari version 4.<br/ >
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OWASP Software Assurance Day 2009
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Feb 23 - http://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Software_Assurance_Day_DC_2009<br/ >
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OWASP SnowFROC
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Feb 12 - http://cleartext.wordpress.com/2009/02/12/march-events/<br/ >
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Two new OWASP events for the month of March!<br/ >
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CanSecWest Vancouver 2009<br/ >
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http://cansecwest.com/speakers.html<br/ >
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An updated speakers list shows that Jeff "rfp" Forristal of Zscaler Research will be presenting on "Network design for effective HTTP traffic filtering" and Chris Weber of Casaba Security will present on "Exploiting Unicode-enabled software".  Most security analysts expect to see new Safari, Flash, and/or other exploits in the PWN2OWN Contest!<br/ >
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Latest revision as of 04:39, 13 May 2009

OWASP Podcast Series #12

OWASP Interview with Ryan C. Barnett
Recorded February 23th and 26th, 2009
Published March 11, 2009

overview-icon-itunes20081106.jpg Feed-icon-32x32.png mp3 

Participants

  • Ryan C. Barnett is the Director of Application Security Research at Breach Security. He is also the Project Leader for the OWASP ModSecurity Core RuleSet Project, a faculty member for the SANS Institute, a Team Lead for the Center for Internet Security Apache Benchmark Project and a Member of the Web Application Security Consortium where he leads the Distributed Open Proxy Honeypot Project. Mr. Barnett has also authored a web security book for Addison/Wesley Publishing entitled "Preventing Web Attacks with Apache." Ryan can be reached at: ryan.barnett(at)breach.com