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Welcome to the Pune chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are Ashwini Paranjpe, Sumita Uday, Ajit Dhumale and Narendra Shinde


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Some of our other supporters and sponsors include 'Avaya India', 'PTC Software', 'Arizona Infotech'

Sponsor OWASP Pune Chapter to help us organize open and free monthly meetings. For more information, contact the chapter leaders

Sep 2016 meet on 29th Sep, 2016 (Thu) 5.00 pm to 6.30 pm - IST

Note – OWASP Pune chapter meets are free and open to everyone. Prior registrations are mandatory in order to be allowed to attend the meet.

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Session Details/Agenda:

Topic: Protecting Web Apps in today’s hostile environment

Abstract: Modern day web applications live and operate in a complex eco-system (Browser, Network/wifi, CDN, Cert Authorities, 3rd party sub resources and more). Securing the web server and web application business logic is not sufficient. The eco-system outside your direct control also contribute to the security risk posed to users of web applications. Security weaknesses and compromised elements in the eco-system would make , otherwise secure, applications risky for the users. We need to think of protecting your users in this untrusted environment. The talk will describe such risks and options available to deal with them.

NOTE: The same talk was presented in Armsec2016 conference (

Duration: 1 hour (+ Q&A)

About speaker: Ajit Dhumale

Ajit is currently an Engineering Manager at Qualys leading automated Web Application Security Scanner (DAST) product. He is Web Application Security Enthusiast. His other interest areas: Big Data, noSQl, Distributed Systems, IoT

When: 29th Sep, 2016 (Thursday) - 5.00 PM to 6.30 PM IST

Where: Qualys, India,10th & 11th Floor, Panchashil Tech Park, Ganesh Khind Road, Shivaji Nagar, Pune - 411005 (Next to Rahul Theater).

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