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Next Meeting: 16 July 2008
The next meeting is
Wednesday, July 16th, 2008 at Raytheon Polar Services
Intro to Grendel - a WebApp PenTesting Tool - BRING A LAPTOP
David Byrne and Eric Duprey will be presenting their latest work - Grendel. Grendel is a tool that's been developed to automate some appsec testing.
During this presentation, these guys will show how to use Grendel to accelerate webapp pen testing.
David Byrne is an infosec veteran, with experience ranging from penetration testing for Fortune 100's to architecting security solutions for large multinational financials to consulting for government agencies. David is presently part of the team at Trustwave.
Eric Duprey is a Senior Security Engineer for Dish Network Corporation and co-leader of the Denver OWASP Chapter.
Updates will be spammed to the Chapter Mailing List.
6-6:30 Dinner (at Raytheon Polar; pizza provided by TrustWave.
6:30 - 6:40 Chapter business
6:40 - 8:00 Presentation and Q&A
Following the meeting we will have informal discussions over beverages at JD's Bait Shop.
Questions can be directed to
16 July 2008: David Byrne and Eric Duprey: Presenting a brand new Open Source Web-App Vulnerability Scanner!
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