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WebGoat for .Net is OWASP's intentionally insecure website created so that web developers can practice hardening their own websites. 
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See [[http://owasp.org/index.php/WebGoatFor.Net WebGoat for .Net]]
 
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WebGoat for .Net uses:
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*Visual Studio 2010
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*ASP.NET WebForms
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*C#
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*SQL Server Express
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*Entity Framework 4.1 Code First
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==Downloads==
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WebGoat for .Net can be downloaded on [http://github.com/rapPayne/webgoat.net GitHub]. 
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==Installation Instructions==
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#Download the project as a zip file [http://github.com/rapPayne/webgoat.net here].
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#Unzip it to My Documents/Visual Studio 2010/Projects/WebGoat.Net
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#Open the Solution in Visual Studion 2010.  You can do this by double-clicking on the WebGoat.Net.sln file.
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#Hit F5 to begin running it.
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If you have problems, send a tweet to [http://twitter.com/Rap_Payne @Rap_Payne] with a hashtag of #WebGoat.Net
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== Project Contributors ==
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The WebGoat for .Net project was written by [[User:Rap Payne|Rap Payne]]. He can be contacted at '''RapPayne AT AgileGadgets.com'''.  Rap is available to provide training on web application security and .Net web development.
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If you are interested in contributing to WebGoat for .Net or have a comment, question, or suggestion, please contact [[User:Rap Payne|Rap Payne]].
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Latest revision as of 13:50, 28 July 2013

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