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OWASP South Dakota

Welcome to the South Dakota chapter homepage. The chapter leader is Josh Stroschein
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Meeting Information

The meeting minutes for November have been posted, view the archives to see them.

Our guest speaker will be Josh Pauli from Dakota State University

    February 24, 2010 at 7 pm

    University Center - South (next to Southeast Technical Institute) Room 177 - located at 2205 N. Career Ave. St Sioux Falls, SD 57107 - this is the building next to Southeast Tech.


For this meeting we'll be focusing on working through some of the lessons from Basic missions, javascript missions and some of the realistic missions. Each set of missions will focus on a different set of skills. The basic missions cover common sense and basic html. These missions are good for getting into a malicious mindset. The javascript missions will be covering vulnerabilities through poor programming techniques and are great at demonstrating why you can't rely solely on javascript for validation. The realistic missions build on the previous lessons and provide a life-like vulnerable web application. In addition to these lessons we'll also be covering some of the missions for the extbasic series. These will cover a variety of programming topics and how to exploit logic/programming flaws. This meeting will be the first in a three part series that culminates in a capture the flag competition.

Everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings.

If you have any questions/comments you can contact me at jstrosch AT gmail DOT com.

SD OWASP Board Members


November 18, 2009
September 9, 2009
March 11, 2009
January 14, 2009