Welcome to the OWASP Raleigh, NC Local Chapter homepage!
Higher Ed: Victor Fayed
We are looking for board members and industry advisers, so if you are interested, please contact us!
This chapter is now merged with the Charlotte Chapter and we are planning an NC OWASP event in Charlotte for January 2009.
OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in application security. We encourage members to give presentations on specific topics and to contribute to the local chapter by sharing their knowledge with others. Prior to participating with OWASP please review the Chapter Rules.
2224 Sedwick Drive
Durham, NC 27713
Google Map here
We will be moving to a larger, more convenient location soon!!
The Raleigh NC Chapter is looking for new members. Please contact mmenefee[at]securesolve[dot]com if you would like to assist with helping me get this local chapter setup and rolling. I would like to start scheduling of our first meeting soon.
Aside from regular meetings with guest speakers from other chapters and organizations, we will be sponsoring several already in-development tools. If you have any interest in contributing to these projects, please let me know.
As always -- everyone is welcome to join us at our chapter meetings.
Our Chapter meetings and events are scheduled through Zoji here (nothing officially scheduled yet, but check back often. Mailing-list subscribers are always kept up to date)
We are currently engaged in several new OWASP project initiatives, mostly surrounding passive assessment techniques used during the pen testing process. If you are interested in helping out, we need some development assistance.
We are currently developing in PHP, Perl & Python, using MySQl for back-end storage.
Please contact Mike Menefee if you are interested in helping out!
Lunker is a Spear Phishing toolkit co-developed by the NC and Alabama Chapters. This tool allows an organization to initiate a targeted phishing attack against their users and test the defense mechanisms of the application itself and the surrounding security awareness training provided to users.
The Raleigh Chapter is financially supported by: