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* When: Tuesday, June 7th 2016
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* When: Tuesday, October 4th 2016
 
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* What: "The Tale of a Fameless but Widespread Vulnerability" by Veit Hailperin (Scip):
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* What: "Bug Bounty programs in Switzerland?" by Florian Badertscher (Swisscom):
*:Two key components account for finding vulnerabilities of a certain class: awareness of the vulnerability and ease of finding the vulnerability. Cross-Site Script Inclusion (XSSI) vulnerabilities are not mentioned in the de facto standard for public attention - the OWASP Top 10. Additionally there is no publicly available tool to facilitate finding XSSI. The impact reaches from leaking personal information stored, circumvention of token-based protection to complete compromise of accounts. XSSI vulnerabilities are fairly wide spread and the lack of detection increases the risk of each XSSI. In this talk I am going to demonstrate how to find XSSI, exploit XSSI and also how to protect against XSSI exploitation.
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**:For over a year now Swisscom runs its own Bug Bounty program and has chosen to follow a different approach than many of the other well-known programs. Learn what it takes to set up the program, keep it running in a highly diverse environment and deal with the different needs and limitations from a Telco, ISP and IT Services perspective. We will share insights into the program and the real value it delivers to the company, in addition to the vulnerabilities you learn about.
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**:You are a critical thinker (who ideal (him-)herself has reported findings to some kind of "bug bounty program"), a penetration tester, some coloured hat or simply interested in this topic? Then please attend our next meeting and bring along your questions, thoughts and own experiences with responsible disclosure programs.
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There are no further planned meetings for 2016 yet. Keep yourself informed and up-to-date by subscribing to our (low-traffic) [https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-switzerland mailinglist].
 
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= Past Meetings  =
 
= Past Meetings  =

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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.

We'd like to invite you to our next OWASP Switzerland meeting. If you want to attend, please make sure to register for the event through the Meetup registration. Space is limited to 30 attendees.

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  • When: Tuesday, October 4th 2016
    17:30 | Doors will open
    18:00 – 18:15 | Update on OWASP
    18:20 – 19:30 | Talk & Discussion
    19:15 – **:** | Dinner
  • What: "Bug Bounty programs in Switzerland?" by Florian Badertscher (Swisscom):
    • Talk:
      For over a year now Swisscom runs its own Bug Bounty program and has chosen to follow a different approach than many of the other well-known programs. Learn what it takes to set up the program, keep it running in a highly diverse environment and deal with the different needs and limitations from a Telco, ISP and IT Services perspective. We will share insights into the program and the real value it delivers to the company, in addition to the vulnerabilities you learn about.
    • Discussion:
      You are a critical thinker (who ideal (him-)herself has reported findings to some kind of "bug bounty program"), a penetration tester, some coloured hat or simply interested in this topic? Then please attend our next meeting and bring along your questions, thoughts and own experiences with responsible disclosure programs.
      Flo is looking forward to discussions around questions like:
      * What are your concrete requirements / expectations to a bug bounty program, what are your experiences participating in these?
      * How does your responsible disclosure program work (if there is one)?
      * What pitfalls did you step in?
      * What are your experiences with companies like Hackerone or Bugcrowd?
  • Where: Location.png
    Swiss Re
    Soodstrasse 52
    8134 Adliswil
  • Who:
    As usual, all of our meetings are open to everyone and free of charge.
  • Dinner:
    This time no official dinner is planned. If you still would like to grab a bite afterwards, simply stay a little longer after the meeting and we will form up a group of hungry people. ;)


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2016-06-07
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Chapter Meeting XSSI - The Tale of a Fameless but Widespread Vulnerability
2015-12-15
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Chapter Meeting Top X OAuth 2 Hacks
Reliable log data transfer: about syslog, logstash and log data signing
2015-10-14
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Chapter Meeting Application Security Testing by Static Code Analysis
2015-08-19
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Chapter Meeting BarCamp
2015-06-17
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Chapter Meeting XSLT Processing Security and Server Side Request Forgeries
2015-04-15
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Chapter Meeting Android apps in sheep's clothing
2015-02-18
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Chapter Meeting Abusing JSONP with Rosetta Flash
2014-12-10
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Chapter Meeting OWASP Switzerland Fondue
2014-11-12
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Chapter Meeting Living on the Edge - Advanced ModSecurity to Save Your Ass
2014-08-20
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Chapter Meeting (Client-Side) Flash Security
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 the Cloud?
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)
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OWASP Switzerland Update Presentation (December 13th 2011)
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