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A lot has changed since the publishing of the first Guide. Some new security holes have been found, there are new advises and most importantly Rails version 2.0 has been released. The new Ruby on Rails Security Guide aims at providing an up-to-date coding and configuration guide for the Rails community.   
 
A lot has changed since the publishing of the first Guide. Some new security holes have been found, there are new advises and most importantly Rails version 2.0 has been released. The new Ruby on Rails Security Guide aims at providing an up-to-date coding and configuration guide for the Rails community.   
 
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  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Leader<br>[mailto:heikowebers(at)gmx.net '''Heiko Webers''']
 
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Leader<br>[mailto:heikowebers(at)gmx.net '''Heiko Webers''']
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Contributors<br>(if applicable)<br>[mailto:to(at)change '''Name&Email''']
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  | style="width:15%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Contributors<br>(if applicable)
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-ruby-on-rails-v2 '''Mailing List/Subscribe''']<br>[mailto:OWASP-Ruby-on-Rails-V2(at)lists.owasp.org '''Mailing List/Use''']
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| style="width:10%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Mailing List<br>[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-ruby-on-rails-v2 '''Subscribe here''']<br>[mailto:OWASP-Ruby-on-Rails-V2(at)lists.owasp.org '''Use here''']
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| style="width:17%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|License<br>[http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ '''Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0''']
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| style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Type<br>[[:Category:OWASP_Project#Release Quality Projects|'''Documentation''']]
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| style="width:15%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Sponsor<br>[[OWASP Summer of Code 2008|'''OWASP SoC 08''']] 
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'''[[:Category:OWASP_Project_Assessment#Release Quality Documentation Criteria|Release Quality]]'''<br>[[:OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Guide V2 - Assessment Frame|Please see here for complete information.]]
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OWASP The Ruby on Rails Security Guide V.2: [http://www.owasp.org/images/9/9d/Owasp_rails_security2.pdf '''PDF'''] & '''Word''' files<br>OWASP The Ruby on Rails Security Guide V.2 - [https://www.owasp.org/images/3/32/Rails_security_2_presentation.pdf '''PDF Presentation''']
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[[:Category:OWASP Web Application Security Put Into Practice|OWASP Web Application Security Put Into Practice]]
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! colspan="8" align="center" style="background:#4058A0; color:white"|<font color="white">'''PROJECT IDENTIFICATION'''
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| colspan="7" style="width:85%; background:#cccccc" align="left"|<font color="black">'''OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Guide V2'''
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| style="width:15%; background:#7B8ABD" align="center"| '''Short Project Description'''
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| colspan="6" style="width:85%; background:#cccccc" align="left"|The last security guide for [[:Category:OWASP Web Application Security Put Into Practice|Rails]] was a great success, with a lot of more secure web applications and continued awareness in the community of security issues. The [http://www.rorsecurity.info/ Ruby on Rails Security Project] is the one and only source of information about Rails security topics, and I keep the community up-to-date with blog posts and conference talks in Europe. The Guide and the Project has been mentioned in several Rails books and web-sites.
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Version 1 of the Ruby on Rails Security Guide was sponsored by the SpoC 07, set the standard for OWASP programming language specific guides in terms of the topic outline and has been published as a [http://www.lulu.com/content/1412042 book]. Nevertheless I'm convinced that a more compact design and a "question-and-answer" style of writing will reach an even larger audience. Of course the new Guide will still include answers to the OWASP Top Ten security vulnerabilities.
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A lot has changed since the publishing of the first Guide. Some new security holes have been found, there are new advises and most importantly Rails version 2.0 has been released. The new Ruby on Rails Security Guide aims at providing an up-to-date coding and configuration guide for the Rails community. 
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| style="width:15%; background:#7B8ABD" align="center"|'''Project key Information'''
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| style="width:15%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Leader<br>[mailto:heikowebers(at)gmx.net '''Heiko Webers''']
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| style="width:15%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Project Contributors<br>(if applicable)
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  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|mailing List<br>[https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-ruby-on-rails-v2 '''Mailing List/Subscribe here''']<br>[mailto:OWASP-Ruby-on-Rails-V2(at)lists.owasp.org '''Use here''']
 
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|First Reviewer<br>[mailto:mendrel-a-gmail.com '''Anthony Shireman''']<br>[[:OWASP Summer of Code 2008 Projects Authors Status Target and Reviewers Anthony Shireman Background|Bio]]
 
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|First Reviewer<br>[mailto:mendrel-a-gmail.com '''Anthony Shireman''']<br>[[:OWASP Summer of Code 2008 Projects Authors Status Target and Reviewers Anthony Shireman Background|Bio]]
 
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Second Reviewer<br>[mailto:jons0022-at-unf.edu '''Steve Jones''']<br>[[:OWASP Summer of Code 2008 Projects Authors Status Target and Reviewers Steve Jones Background|Bio]]
 
  | style="width:14%; background:#cccccc" align="center"|Second Reviewer<br>[mailto:jons0022-at-unf.edu '''Steve Jones''']<br>[[:OWASP Summer of Code 2008 Projects Authors Status Target and Reviewers Steve Jones Background|Bio]]

Revision as of 11:19, 22 January 2009

PROJECT IDENTIFICATION
Project Name OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Guide V2
Short Project Description The last security guide for Rails was a great success, with a lot of more secure web applications and continued awareness in the community of security issues. The Ruby on Rails Security Project is the one and only source of information about Rails security topics, and I keep the community up-to-date with blog posts and conference talks in Europe. The Guide and the Project has been mentioned in several Rails books and web-sites.

Version 1 of the Ruby on Rails Security Guide was sponsored by the SpoC 07, set the standard for OWASP programming language specific guides in terms of the topic outline and has been published as a book. Nevertheless I'm convinced that a more compact design and a "question-and-answer" style of writing will reach an even larger audience. Of course the new Guide will still include answers to the OWASP Top Ten security vulnerabilities.

A lot has changed since the publishing of the first Guide. Some new security holes have been found, there are new advises and most importantly Rails version 2.0 has been released. The new Ruby on Rails Security Guide aims at providing an up-to-date coding and configuration guide for the Rails community.

Project key Information Project Leader
Heiko Webers
Project Contributors
(if applicable)
Mailing List
Subscribe here
Use here
License
Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike 3.0
Project Type
Documentation
Sponsor
OWASP SoC 08
Release Status Main Links Related Projects

Release Quality
Please see here for complete information.

OWASP The Ruby on Rails Security Guide V.2: PDF & Word files
OWASP The Ruby on Rails Security Guide V.2 - PDF Presentation

OWASP Web Application Security Put Into Practice



PROJECT IDENTIFICATION
Project Name OWASP Ruby on Rails Security Guide V2
Short Project Description The last security guide for Rails was a great success, with a lot of more secure web applications and continued awareness in the community of security issues. The Ruby on Rails Security Project is the one and only source of information about Rails security topics, and I keep the community up-to-date with blog posts and conference talks in Europe. The Guide and the Project has been mentioned in several Rails books and web-sites.

Version 1 of the Ruby on Rails Security Guide was sponsored by the SpoC 07, set the standard for OWASP programming language specific guides in terms of the topic outline and has been published as a book. Nevertheless I'm convinced that a more compact design and a "question-and-answer" style of writing will reach an even larger audience. Of course the new Guide will still include answers to the OWASP Top Ten security vulnerabilities.

A lot has changed since the publishing of the first Guide. Some new security holes have been found, there are new advises and most importantly Rails version 2.0 has been released. The new Ruby on Rails Security Guide aims at providing an up-to-date coding and configuration guide for the Rails community.

Project key Information Project Leader
Heiko Webers
Project Contributors
(if applicable)
mailing List
Mailing List/Subscribe here
Use here
First Reviewer
Anthony Shireman
Bio
Second Reviewer
Steve Jones
Bio
OWASP Board Member
Name&Email
PROJECT MAIN LINKS
RELATED PROJECTS

OWASP Web Application Security Put Into Practice

SPONSORS & GUIDELINES
Sponsor - OWASP Summer of Code 2008 Sponsored Project/Guidelines/Roadmap
ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW PROCESS
Review/Reviewer Author's Self Evaluation
(applicable for Alpha Quality & further)
First Reviewer
(applicable for Alpha Quality & further)
Second Reviewer
(applicable for Beta Quality & further)
OWASP Board Member
(applicable just for Release Quality)
50% Review Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes, completed by 80%
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See&Edit:50% Review/Self-Evaluation (A)
Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes, updating formatting for final
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See&Edit: 50% Review/1st Reviewer (C)
Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes
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See&Edit: 50%Review/2nd Reviewer (E)
X
Final Review Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes, 100%.
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Which status has been reached?
Release Quality
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See&Edit: Final Review/SelfEvaluation (B)
Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes!
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Which status has been reached?
Release Quality
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See&Edit: Final Review/1st Reviewer (D)
Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes
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Which status has been reached?
Release Quality
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See&Edit: Final Review/2nd Reviewer (F)
Objectives & Deliveries reached?
Yes/No (To update)
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Which status has been reached?
Season of Code - (To update)
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See/Edit: Final Review/Board Member (G)