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Please find below the planned dates for the upcoming OWASP Switzerland Meetings:
 
Please find below the planned dates for the upcoming OWASP Switzerland Meetings:
* '''Wednesday, August 20th 2014''' (more information can be found [http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-switzerland/2014-August/000279.html here])
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* Tuesday, October 21th 2014
 
* Tuesday, October 21th 2014
 
* Wednesday, December 10th 2014
 
* Wednesday, December 10th 2014
  
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'''Wednesday, August 20th 2014'''<br>
We'd like to invite you to the third of six OWASP Switzerland meetings in 2014. Please make sure to [http://doodle.com/f4affysew6upxa8c register] for the event.
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We'd like to invite you to the fourth of six OWASP Switzerland meetings in 2014. Please make sure to [http://doodle.com/r9yc9k26vkuhp6k4 register] for the event.
 
* When:
 
* When:
*:Tuesday, June 17th 2014
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*:Wednesday, August 20th 2014
 
*:Starting at 18:00
 
*:Starting at 18:00
 
*:Doors at 17:30
 
*:Doors at 17:30
  
 
* What:
 
* What:
*:'''XSS and beyond''' (''René Freingruber, SEC Consult [[Image:person.png|20px|link=https://www.sec-consult.com/]]'')
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*:'''(Client-Side) Flash Security''' ''by Stefan Horlacher [[Image:person.png|20px|link=]]''
*:Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities are one of the most seen vulnerability categories nowadays. Unfortunately, these vulnerabilities are often underestimated, e.g. because an attacker cannot directly compromise the database or webserver by exploiting them. Instead it’s possible to execute JavaScript code in the context of a user session allowing to steal session cookies, start key-logging, and so on. This talk goes beyond these basic attacks and shows the audience how it’s possible for attackers to completely compromise client systems by exploiting vulnerabilities in browsers. On the basis of real world vulnerabilities, attacks against browsers running on an older operating system (e.g. Windows XP) will be demonstrated. Current operating systems (like Windows 8.1) have implemented lots of mitigation techniques in order to prevent attackers from exploiting such vulnerabilities. During the talk the most important mitigation techniques will be explained. In addition, possible bypasses will be given. At the end of the presentation a real world Firefox exploit, which works reliable against all major Windows versions (including Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012), fully bypasses ASLR/DEP (without depending on java6), does not use heapspray and doesn’t crash the browser will be shown to demonstrate that such attacks are still possible and mitigation techniques can be bypassed.
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*:Flash has always been infamous for its security issues. Most of the time we hear about memory corruption vulnerabilities like buffer overflows and how clients are attacked. As such attacks are widely known, this presentation will focus on the less known vulnerabilities that might arise through the use of Flash. This presentation is going to show concepts such as client settings, cross-domain policies and how Flash files may be embedded in your web site in a secure way. Furthermore, common vulnerabilities found in Flash applications will be presented (e.g.: Cross-Site Flashing, redirection attacks and others). Some of these vulnerabilities will be demonstrated in a live demo.
  
 
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*:Credit Suisse
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*:Kantonsschule Hohe Promenade
*:Europaallee 1
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*:Promenadengasse 11
*:8004 Zürich
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*:18:00 – 18:15 | Intro and Update on OWASP by Sven Vetsch, OWASP Switzerland [[Image:person.png|20px|link=User:Disenchant]]
 
*:18:00 – 18:15 | Intro and Update on OWASP by Sven Vetsch, OWASP Switzerland [[Image:person.png|20px|link=User:Disenchant]]
*:18:20 – 19:30 | XSS and beyond by René Freingruber, SEC Consult [[Image:person.png|20px|link=https://www.sec-consult.com/]]
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*:18:20 – 19:00 | (Client-Side) Flash Security by Stefan Horlacher [[Image:person.png|20px|link=]]
*:20:00 – **:** | Dinner
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Welcome to the Home Page of the OWASP Switzerland Chapter.


If you're living in the French speaking part of Switzerland, please also visit the OWASP Geneva chapter for more information.

Please find below the planned dates for the upcoming OWASP Switzerland Meetings:

  • Wednesday, August 20th 2014
  • Tuesday, October 21th 2014
  • Wednesday, December 10th 2014




Wednesday, August 20th 2014
We'd like to invite you to the fourth of six OWASP Switzerland meetings in 2014. Please make sure to register for the event.

  • When:
    Wednesday, August 20th 2014
    Starting at 18:00
    Doors at 17:30
  • What:
    (Client-Side) Flash Security by Stefan Horlacher Person.png
    Flash has always been infamous for its security issues. Most of the time we hear about memory corruption vulnerabilities like buffer overflows and how clients are attacked. As such attacks are widely known, this presentation will focus on the less known vulnerabilities that might arise through the use of Flash. This presentation is going to show concepts such as client settings, cross-domain policies and how Flash files may be embedded in your web site in a secure way. Furthermore, common vulnerabilities found in Flash applications will be presented (e.g.: Cross-Site Flashing, redirection attacks and others). Some of these vulnerabilities will be demonstrated in a live demo.
  • Where:
    Kantonsschule Hohe Promenade
    Promenadengasse 11
    8001 Zürich
    Arrival

Exact location is the gallery of the "Mediothek" in the Kantonsschule Hohe Promenade. It's on the first floor next to the elevator.

  • Who:
    As usual, all of our meetings are open to everyone and free of charge.
  • Agenda
    18:00 – 18:15 | Intro and Update on OWASP by Sven Vetsch, OWASP Switzerland Person.png
    18:20 – 19:00 | (Client-Side) Flash Security by Stefan Horlacher Person.png
    19:20 – **:** | Dinner


Date Info Speaker Host Slides Event Topic
2014-06-17
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Chapter Meeting XSS and beyond
2014-04-09
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Chapter Meeting SSL/TLS jungle - bringing light into the cipher forest
2014-02-19
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Chapter Meeting S-SDLC – Ready for Clouds?
2013-12-17
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Chapter Meeting Annual Review & Outlook
2013-10-22
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Chapter Meeting Advances in secure (ASP).NET development – Break the hacker's spirit
2013-10-22
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Chapter Meeting Node.js Security
2013-04-09
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Chapter Meeting Tools (not) to use
2012-09-19
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Security-Zone OWASP Top 10 Mobile Risks
2012-06-12
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Chapter Meeting Reversing Android Apps
2012-02-14
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Chapter Meeting Analysis of the RSA Security Breach
2011-12-13
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Chapter Meeting AppSec - Why is it important
2011-12-13
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Chapter Meeting Dangers of Firefox Add-On's
2011-10-11
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Chapter Meeting Presentation of the OWASP Top 10 & a hands-on session
2011-08-09
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Chapter Meeting Foundation of OWASP Switzerland Association
2011-06-14
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Chapter Meeting Automatic CRL updates for the Apache Web server
2011-06-14
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Chapter Meeting New Standards and upcoming Technologies in Browser Security (Slides by Tobias Gondrom)
2011-05-12
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Swiss Cyber Storm III Do you know OWASP?
2011-04-12
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Chapter Meeting ASP.NET & ViewState Security
2010-04-12
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Chapter Meeting Usability vs. Security
2010-04-12
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Chapter Meeting 2-factor authentication for mobile devices: a secure and practical approach
2009-06-25
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Jerry HoffJason Li
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Chapter Meeting Benefits of a security API such as ESAPI
2009-06-25
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Chapter Meeting Advanced SQL injection exploitation to operating system full control
2009-04-07
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Chapter Meeting Open security architecture (www.opensecurityarchitecture.org)
2009-04-07
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Chapter Meeting XSRF and JSON hijacking & a hands-on session
2008-09-08
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Chapter Meeting Quality of services for web applications (Hands-On Workshop)
2008-09-08
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Chapter Meeting XML Security (Hands-On Workshop)
2008-09-08
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Chapter Meeting ISC2/Application security
2008-04-01
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Global OWASP Week Taking Apache access logs to the next level
2008-04-01
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Global OWASP Week Implementing an Application Security Lifecycle programme
2008-04-01
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Global OWASP Week WebAppSec the Big Picture
2007-12-11
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Chapter Meeting Certified Secure Web
2007-12-11
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Chapter Meeting Secure Development Life Cycle
2007-12-11
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Daniel Hulliger
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Chapter Meeting Securing my Assets (Presentation & Demo)
2007-09-20
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Security-Zone OWASP Testing Guide
2007-09-19
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Security-Zone OWASP Top 10
2007-07-24
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Chapter Meeting OWASP - An Overview
2007-07-24
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Chapter Meeting Dependability for Java Mobile Code
2007-07-24
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Chapter Meeting OWASP Top 10 (Demo)
2007-04-26
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Chapter Meeting Risk metrics
2007-02-12
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Chapter Meeting XSS-Worms
2006-11-11
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Chapter Meeting OWASP Switzerland Chapter Kick-Off Meeting


OWASP Chapter meetings are free and open. Our chapter's meetings are informal and encourage open discussion of all aspects of application security. Anyone in our area interested in application security is welcome to attend. We encourage attendees to give short presentations about specific topics.


Our main topics are:

  • Security testing
  • Secure development
  • Hacking
  • Secure Architectures


If you would like to give a presentation (make sure that you have read and understood the speaker agreement), or have any questions about the OWASP Switzerland Chapter, send an email to Sven Vetsch.

Help us to make application security visible and become a supporter of the OWASP or our Chapter in Switzerland. All information about becoming a member/sponsor can be found here.

If your company is interested in supporting us directly, please contact Sven Vetsch to talk about the following sponsoring possibilities.

  • Chapter Supporter
  • Single Meeting Supporter
  • Facility Sponsor
  • Organization Supporters (allocating 40% of your annual donation to our Chapter)

Here you can find material related to the OWASP Switzerland Chapter.

OWASP Switzerland bylaws (in German)
Download bylaws

OWASP Switzerland Update Presentation (December 13th 2011)
Download Presentation

funds to OWASP earmarked for Switzerland.

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