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Education Module Sample

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This module is a sample module as part of the Education Project.

Use it as sample or template for your own modules. Example modules are "Education Module What Is SQL Injection" and "Education Module What is SQL".

Before you start a new module, please assure there is not already a module that covers you topic. Maybe you can improve the existing module instead.

Create your own module as Education_Module_Module_Name with Module Name your new module name. Then use the template below as guideline to add details to the module. Off course you should create or reference a presentation.

Make sure that at modules are modular, i.e. they cover one topic in detail. It should be possible to combine modules easily into tracks or complete presentations.

Module Description

Add module description details here. If this module can be combined with other modules, do refer them here

Target audience

Add target audience here: e.g. Novice, Intermediate, Expert, AppSec Professional, Developer, Manager, ...


Add pointer to the presentation here. Use the Image:Name format, this way you reference the jump page with the file history and and links. Use the OWASP Education Project Template powerpoint and read the presentation guidelines.


The use of categories is highly recommended to dynamically link the modules to the related OWASP pages on the wiki. You can also (internal) links here as well.

OWASP pointers

Add OWASP internal links here (if not part of a category)

External pointers

Add external pointers here that are relevant to the module and that are not yet referenced in the related OWASP material

At the bottom of the page add the relevant categories to link this module to other OWASP pages. Do not forget to add pointers to this module where relevant.