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- 1 OWASP Denver
- 2 Participation
- 3 Sponsorship/Membership
- 4 Colorado OWASP 2008 Survey
- 5 Next Meeting: Wednesday 21 January 2009, 6pm @ RPSC
- 6 Questions, Comments
- 7 Future Meetings
- 8 Mailing List
- 9 Past Meetings
Welcome to the Denver chapter homepage. Chapter leaders are Eric Duprey and David Campbell.
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Colorado OWASP 2008 Survey
We had a great time spreading the AppSec word in 2008, and want your feedback so that we can make 2009 even better.
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Next Meeting: Wednesday 21 January 2009, 6pm @ RPSC
The next meeting of the Denver OWASP Chapter will be held on Wednesday 21 January at Raytheon Polar Services.
Topic: Hands on, AppSec Capture the Flag!
The Denver OWASP chapter is pleased to present the CTF from the New York Appsec 2008 conference. The CTF is a series of 30 or so "challenges" which demonstrate commonly found software vulnerabilities.
The purpose of the CTF is twofold. Advanced users can test their AppSec acumen by tackling the challenges on their own. Beginning users can learn AppSec fundamentals as they are guided through the challenges by the friendly chapter leaders and advanced users.
Whilst seemingly technical in nature, the CTF will also be of interest to managers, developers and executives, as it provides a simple way to demonstrate and communicate the serious impact of many AppSec vulnerabilities.
- 6pm: Pizza & pop @ RPSC, courtesy of DirSec
- 6:30pm: Introduction and Chapter business
- 6:45pm --> 8pm: CTF
In order to participate in the CTF "hands on" you will need to bring a wifi equipped laptop. Many of the challenges in the CTF can be solved without any special tools. However, for those challenges that require tools, we recommend the OWASP LiveCD. Go ahead and download it and familiarize yourself with it ahead of time, if you're so inclined. We will have LiveCD copies on hand at the meeting also.
We are working with DirSec to coordinate prizes for both the first place advanced user as well as the "most improved" novice user.
If you can't make the CTF session on Wednesday, no worries! Boulder OWASP will be hosting the CTF session the following night, on Thursday 22 January 2009 at Corporate Express in Broomfield, CO. See the Boulder OWASP page for more info!
Questions can be directed to
- David Campbell, Denver OWASP: dcampbell 'at' owasp.org
- Eric Duprey, Denver OWASP: eduprey 'at' exploits.org
SnowFROC 5 March 2009
See the Conference website for full details
Join the OWASP Denver Mailing List to receive meeting notifications via email
October 2008: Alex Smolen: The OWASP ASP .NET ESAPI
September 2008: John Dickson: Black Box vs. White Box: Different App Testing Strategies
August 2008: Dan Cornell: Static Analysis
July 2008: David Byrne & Eric Duprey: Grendel-Scan
June 2008: Front Range OWASP Conference: Jeremiah Grossman, Robert Hansen, and more!
May 2008: David Campbell & Eric Duprey: XSS Attacks & Defenses
April 2008: Ryan Barnett: Virtual Patching with ModSecurity
February 2008: Michael Sutton: SQL Injection Revisited