Projects/Reports/2013-13-12

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Metrics

  • Active Projects: 153
  • Inactive Projects: 102
  • Incubator Projects: 120
  • Lab Projects:18
  • Flagship Projects: 15

New Project Applications

  • ISO/IEC 27034 Application Security Controls
  • NINJA PingU

Projects Under Review


  • Projects: 2014 Goals
    • I am currently working on putting together a 2014 Project Goals document.
    • This will be the roadmap of goals and operational projects that I will focus on for 2014.
    • I plan to send this out to the Leaders for feedback when it is complete.
    • Below are my high level goals for the year.
    • Goal 1: Continue developing the Operational Projects Platform into a more self sufficient platform.
    • Goal 2: Bring more Project Leaders together: Summits, AppSecs.
    • Goal 3: Solidify the Projects Review Process: Pragmatic method of doing project reviews.
    • Goal 4: Design a more sustainable revenue stream for Projects.
    • I plan on having this document completed by the end of December.
  • Post Project Summit Report
    • I continue to gather information for the Post Project Summit Report.
    • I am using the 2011 Project Summit report as a rough outline to follow for the 2013 report.
    • This will be completed and shared to the community by the end of the month.
  • 2014 Project Summit
    • I continue to work on seeking out sponsorship opportunities for the 2014 Project Summit.
    • More to come after the holidays.
  • 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

Current Project Funds

Message from OWASP Podcast Project Leader, Mark Miller

We have three new interviews posted on the OWASP Podcast site. See below:

Message from Project Leader, Jonathan Marcil: OWASP Media Project

Hi leaders,

I'm glad to announce that we are now close to 10,000 views on YouTube!

We have 43 online talks for 32 hours of content from AppSecUSA 2013. Thank you to all who contributed content during the conference.

Playlist, all the recorded talks are available on this page: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLpr-xdpM8wG8ODR2zWs06JkMmlRiLyBXU Short URL: http://sl.owasp.org/usa13_videos

YouTube, people will be able to see AppSecUSA featured contents on: https://www.youtube.com/owaspglobal

Link directly to the whole playlist beginning with the first talk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYFtLA2yTR8&list=PLpr-xdpM8wG8ODR2zWs06JkMmlRiLyBXU&index=1


If you want to help, go watch and "Like" the ones you prefer, share them and subscribe to the channel.

Message from OWASP Ops Team

The last 2013 OWASP Global Connector is out now. You can find it on the OWASP Blog: http://owasp.blogspot.com/2013/12/owasp-global-connector.html

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


"OWASP 24/7" with Mark Miller is a series of recorded broadcasts, highlighting OWASP projects and people from around the world. With over 43,000 members in 100 countries, the OWASP 24/7 channel is available on demand, at anytime, anywhere on the planet. You are welcome to embed the broadcasts on your page, download them for your personal listening or keep up to date by subscribing to the iTunes channel. Please view the Podcast Project page for a list of current interviews.


View All Available Broadcasts or choose one of our new single episodes below:


Upcoming interviews

  • Kevin Wall (ESAPI)
  • Abbas Naderi (RBAC Project, PHP Security Project)
  • Jim Manico (OWASP Podcast Series)
  • Larry Conklin (Code Review Project)
  • Andrew van der Stock (Pro-Active Controls)
  • Simon Bennetts
  • Andrew van der Stock
  • Larry Conklin
  • Chetan Karande - Node.jsGoat
  • Mark Arnold - OWASP Boston Chapter Lead
  • Mike McCabe, Ben Johnson
  • Rafael Gil
  • Seba Deleersnyder
  • Josh Corman
  • Ryan Berg