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Last revision (yyyy-mm-dd): 2016-06-20
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This is a draft proposal, Noithing should be concluded until this is discussed by OWASP management and the Board

Vendor Neutrality

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Find volunteers/companies willing to help with a proactive security plan for protecting OWASP applications such as

  • Wiki
  • Mailman
  • Any other OWASP publicly accessible assets


This can be in the form of:

  • Security assessment of OWASP web applications
  • Pen testing
  • Remediation and patching
  • Coordinating and Assisting in Bug Bounty Program for OWASP (TBD)

Sponsorship Barter deals Bug Bounty Management Services

Kelly SantaLucia, Josh Sokol and Claudia are leading this effort, Johanna as adviser (Bug Bounty for projects), Frank Catucci as adviser (hiring, if barter deal is reached)

Goal: to find a Bug Bounty Management Services willing to sponsorship OWASP in barter deal contract

Details are still being discussed


* BugCrowd proposal==> In progress, Proposal received
* HackerOne ==> made contact , no proposal received yet


Please add your name here or contact Johanna Curiel or Claudia Aviles- Casanovas to add your name in case you have no access to the wiki

Set please the following info:

  • Company/name volunteer
  • Kind of contribution:
  • Bug validation - Frank Catucci
  • Bug/Researcher Disclosure and Coordination - Frank Catucci , Gabriel Gumbs ,
  • Pen testing - CJ Chamberland and Frank Catucci, Akash Mahajan and Riyaz Walikar, Kishor Sonawane [kishor[at]|]
  • UAT
  • Patching wiki
  • Patching mailman - Achim
  • SOC to handle SIEM - Andrew Hamilton [andrew.hamilton[at]]
  • Scheduled vulnerability testing - Andrew Hamilton
  • General Security Assessment to build an IR plan - Andrew Hamilton


This will be discussed during the Board meeting on February 17th 2016