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== Welcome to the OWASP Rochester Local Chapter ==
 
== Welcome to the OWASP Rochester Local Chapter ==
  
Welcome to the local Rochester chapter homepage. The chapter leader is [mailto:rd@rd1.net Ralph Durkee]
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Welcome to the local Rochester chapter homepage. The chapter leaders are:
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* [mailto:ralph.durkee@owasp.org Ralph Durkee]
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* [mailto:[email protected] John King]
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* [mailto:[email protected] James Keeler]
  
<paypal>Rochester</paypal>
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If you or your organization is interested in sponsoring a meeting or hosting a meeting please contact one of the local officers listed above.
== Participation ==
 
  
OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in application security. We encourage members to give presentations on specific topics and to contribute to the local chapter by sharing their knowledge with others. Prior to participating with OWASP please review the [[Chapter Rules]].
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== Connect With Us ==
  
The Rochester chapter has two mailing lists: one for announcements and one for general discussion. The announce list is for official communications (e.g meeting announcements, web site updates, etc). The discussion list is for general participation and everyone is encouraged to post. The announce mailing list can be found [http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-rochester-announce here].  The discussion mailing list can be found [http://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-rochester-ny here]. You can also review the [http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-rochester-announce/ announce] and [http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-rochester-ny discussion] e-mail archives to see what folks have been talking about.  Please make sure you are subscribed to announce to receive any last minute meeting info.
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== Local Officers ==
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[https://groups.google.com/a/owasp.org/forum/#!forum/rochester-chapter-announce/join Join our announcements mailing list]
  
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[https://groups.google.com/a/owasp.org/forum/#!forum/rochester-chapter/join Join our discussion mailing list]
*<b>President:</b> [mailto:[email protected] Andrea Cogliati]
 
*<b>Vice President:</b> [mailto:[email protected] Ralph Durkee]
 
*<b>Treasurer:</b> [mailto:andrea.[email protected].org Andrea Cogliati]
 
*<b>Secretary:</b> Appointed by Event Coordinator at each meeting.
 
*<b>Event Coordinator:</b> [mailto:[email protected]owasp.org Andrea Cogliati]
 
*<b>Communications and Chapter OWASP Evangelist:</b> [mailto:[email protected] Lou Leone]
 
*<b>Webmaster:</b> [mailto:[email protected] Duane Peifer]
 
*<b>Mail List Administrator:</b> [mailto:[email protected] Duane Peifer]
 
</ul>
 
  
== Meeting Dates & Location ==
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<meetup group="OWASP-Rochester-Chapter" />
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=== Archived events ===
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[[Rochester_Meeting_Archive|Visit our archive page for all old event details.]]
  
<b>Dates:</b> The third Monday of every month, starting at 6:00 PM.
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=== Last Year's Events ===
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'''OWASP December 19th Meeting'''
  
<b>Types of events:</b> Formal meeting (featuring a presentation) in odd numbered months, informal event (open forum with beer and wings) in even numbered months
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You are invited to join the Rochester OWASP chapter and the ISSA Rochester chapter for our joint December 19<sup>th</sup> Meeting at 6pm. Space is limited, so please RSVP by Dec 12<sup>th</sup> so we can plan accordingly. Dinosaur BBQ will be provided! Come and hear a great presentation, and network with your fellow professionals.
  
<b>Locations:</b>
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The OWASP chapter is covering its portion of the costs for the event, so if you are a paid OWASP member, Thank you! If not, please consider signing up today.
  
* Formal meeting locations determined on a meeting by meeting basis and announced at least one week prior to the meeting.
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Our own illustrious '''Jim Keeler''' will presenting:
* Beer and wings at Mac Gregor's Grill & Tap Room, 300 Jefferson Rd, NY 14623 [http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&time=&date=&ttype=&q=300+Jefferson+Rd+Rochester+NY&sll=43.15549,-77.61601&sspn=0.284013,0.55481&ie=UTF8&om=1&z=16&iwloc=addr Google Maps]
 
  
If you or your organization is interested in donating meeting space please contact one of the local officers listed above. The space should be able to accommodate at least 15 people.
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'''Title''': Introduction to Threat Modeling
  
Please note that for informal meetings at Mac Gregor's, everybody needs to pay for their own food and drinks.
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'''Abstract''': Every business has something to protect. Has yours modeled all of the ways it could be attacked? How will you defend your assets if attacked? How will you account for changes in the threat landscape? We will explore all of these questions and discuss a repeatable process for reducing risk.
  
'''May Meeting'''
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'''Bio''': Jim is a senior software engineer at Calero Software. He has been designing and building software since 2005 in many different languages and environments. At Calero, Jim volunteers on an internal security team to promote secure development practices, conduct threat modeling, and support security initiatives. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from SUNY Fredonia and is pursuing a GSSP-.NET certification.
  
<b>When:</b> May 17th, 6pm
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'''Where''': Nixon Peabody, 1300 Clinton Square, 14th floor [CORRECTED] (free parking underneath the building, bring the ticket to the meeting for validation)
  
<b>Where:</b> Mykonos at 220 Kenneth Dr, Rochester, NY (entrance from Lehigh Station Rd or W Henrietta Rd), near 390 and Lehigh Station Road
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'''When''': Wednesday, Dec 19th, 6:00 PM
  
<b>Topic:</b> New Techniques in Application Intrusion Detection
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Please RSVP by Dec 12<sup>th</sup> to Ralph Durkee
  
<b>Speaker:</b> Al Huizenga, Director of Product Management, Mykonos Software, Inc.
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Thank you, Hope to see you there!
  
<b>Abstract:</b> Current solutions for securing legacy Web applications rely on a “lock-it-down” approach, similar to how IT security administrators use firewalls to lock down ports and servers. But applications are complicated, and it’s often impractical to create a rule set that tightly filters every app-level input. New alternative approaches to intrusion detection and response at the application layer are emerging. One key trend is to enhance the application code itself with built-in defensive logic. By instrumenting application code with incident detection triggers and dynamic responses, administrators can prevent application abuse before bad users establish an attack vector. In this presentation, we’ll discuss the merits and challenges of this approach. We’ll focus on specific examples, including the OWASP AppSensor project and the Mykonos Security Appliance.
 
  
<b>Speaker Bio:</b> Al Huizenga runs product strategy for Mykonos Software, a startup focused on new ways to secure Web applications from abuse. Al has 11 years experience marketing Web-based products and technologies. He is fascinated by how the same technology attributes that drive Web application adoption – openness, transparency, and ubiquity – also represent severe risk to the businesses that use them.
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;;Rochester Security Summit 2018
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Date: Oct 9 & 10, 2018  OWASP AppSec Track:
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* What is the Android Colluded Applications Attack and How to Detect It (Igor Khokhlov & Leon Reznik)
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* Pentesting DevOps: Attacking Containers and Container Orchestration (Mark Manning)
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* Rocking The (Vox)Vote (Jason Ross)
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* Your Apps Have Gone Serverless. Has Your Security? (Tal Melamed)
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* Techniques Criminals Use to Break Authentication and How to Defend Against These Attacks (Danny Harris)
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* The Industrialization of Red and Blue Teaming (Ashley Zaya)
  
== Past Events ==
 
  
;February Meeting
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; '''OWASP Juice Shop Workshop'''
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; '''July 18th, 2018'''
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; '''5:30 pm - 8:00 pm'''
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; '''44 Celebration Drive, Conference Rooms 2007a and 2007b'''
  
Ralph Durkee presented a recap of the recent AppSec conference in DC.<br/>
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We're looking for chapter members who are familiar with basic application security and the OWASP Top 10 who are interested in learning OWASP Juice Shop.  The goal is to help plan and facilitate a larger capture-the-flag event at a future meeting. Please bring a Laptop with a WiFi network connection and a modern web browser.  You will be installing OWASP Juice Shop on your laptop.
Andrea Cogliati gave a talk on Identity Federation and Claim-based Security.  
 
  
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; '''What is OWASP Juice Shop?'''
  
; Oct 29-30 2008 - Rochester Security Summit 2008
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OWASP Juice Shop is an intentionally insecure web app for security trainings written entirely in JavaScript which encompasses the entire OWASP Top Ten and other severe security flaws.  Juice Shop is written in Node.js, Express and AngularJS.  https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Juice_Shop_Project
  
: The Rochester OWASP chapter in partnership with other Rochester institutions is organizing the third annual Rochester Security Summit Oct 29-30 during National Cyber Security Awareness Month.  This year we'll have a full day dedicated to application security and we are are working to bring to Rochester the best national acclaimed speakers.
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; '''What will the workshop cover?'''
  
Visit [http://www.RochesterSecurity.org/ Rochester Security Summit Site] for details.
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Jim Keeler will lead the workshop. Attendees will learn about the OWASP Juice Shop project, installation and setup, how to exploit common web application vulnerabilities, jeopardy style capture-the-flag (CTF) events, and CTF scoreboards. At the end of the workshop we will be looking for volunteers to help us host a future CTF event!  Pizza will be provided.  '''Please RSVP to Ralph Durkee, <[email protected].org> so that we may expect you.'''
  
== Past Presentations ==
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; '''Directions'''
<b>October Hackerfest 2009</b> Introduction to OWASP Rochester by Ralph Durkee, Lou Leone [[Media:Intro_to_OWASP_Rochester_v9.ppt|PPT]]
 
  
<b>September OWASP 2009</b> Securing Apache Web Servers with Mod Security & CIS Benchmark by Ralph Durkee [[Media:Durkee_Apache_2009_v7.ppt|PPT]] [[Media:Durkee_Apache_2009_v7.odp|Open Office]]
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[[File:UofRMC Map.png|thumb]]
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Park anywhere in the green area. You can enter from Elmwood Ave going eastbound only or from Celebration Drive. Parking is free in the labeled surface lot. Enter the building by the arrow. Take the stairs or elevator to the 2nd floor. Take a right off the elevator and you should be able to easily find room 2007.
  
<b>May OWASP 2009</b> Key Management - One Perspective by Lou Leone [[Media:N-tierKeyManagementIssues.ppt|PPT]]
 
  
<b>May IEEE 2009</b> Introduction to OWASP, presented by Ralph Durkee and Andrea Cogliati [[Media:Intro_to_OWASP_Rochester_v5.ppt|PPT]]
 
  
<b>January 2009</b> Paranoid Programming Practices, by Lou Leone and Aaron Witt [[Media:ParanoidProgrammers.ppt|PPT]]
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; '''OWASP Rochester Social Event'''
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Please join the Rochester OWASP chapter for a social event Wednesday, April 25th at MacGregors' in Henrietta.
  
<b>May 2008</b> Database Encryption, by Ralf Durkee [[Media:Database_Encryption.ppt‎|PPT]]
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Appetizers will be provided.
  
<b>January 2008</b> SQL Injection and Dynamic SQL, by Andrea Cogliati [[Media:MoreSQL.zip|ZIP]]
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'''When: Wednesday, April 25 at 5:30pm'''
  
<b>September 2007</b> 2007 OWASP Top 10 Most Critical Web Application Security Vulnerabilities, by Ralph Durkee [[Media:OWASP_Top_10_2007_v6.ppt|PowerPoint]]
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'''Where: MacGregors' Grill and Tap Room (300 Jefferson Rd, Rochester, NY)'''
  
<b>October 2006</b> The first of the OWASP top ten: unvalidated input, by Steve Buck.
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; '''OWASP Rochester Social Event'''
[http://rd1.net/owasp/2006-10-16_owasp-presentation.ppt PowerPoint]
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Please join the Rochester OWASP chapter for a social event Wednesday, December 6th at MacGregors' in Henrietta.
  
<b>April 2006</b> PGP: Encryption for e-mail and web applications, by Ralph Durkee [http://rd1.net/owasp/Apr_OWASP_PGP_Durkee.pdf PDF]
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Appetizers will be provided.
  
<b>February 2006</b> Identity Theft, Phishing and Pharming, by Danny Allan [http://rd1.net/owasp/AppSec2005DC-Danny_Allan-Identity_Theft_Phishing_and_Pharming.pdf PDF]
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When: Wednesday, December 6 at 5:30pm
  
<b>February 2006</b> Secure e-mail, by Thomas Bullinger [http://rd1.net/owasp/SecureEmail.pdf PDF]
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Where: MacGregors' Grill and Tap Room (300 Jefferson Rd, Rochester, NY)
  
<b>January 2006</b> PCI Compliance, by Pat Massey, Ralf Durkee, Maureen Baran [http://rd1.net/owasp/Rochester_OWASP_PCI_Compliance.pdf PDF]
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== Participation ==
  
<b>September 2005</b> Two Factor Authentication for Java Applications with Client Certificates, by Ralf Durkee [http://rd1.net/owasp/DCI-Java-SSL-Certs-2005-09-19.pdf PDF] [http://rd1.net/owasp/DCI-Java-SSL-Certs-2005-09-19.sxi Open Office]
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OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in application security. We encourage members to give presentations on specific topics and to contribute to the local chapter by sharing their knowledge with others.  
  
<b>April 2005</b> Avoiding Backend Exploitation of Mail Forms, by Max Kessler [http://rd1.net/owasp/owasp-mailform-exploitation.ppt PowerPoint] [http://rd1.net/owasp/owasp-mailform-exploitation.sxi Open Office]
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'''Mailing Lists:'''
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* [https://lists.owasp.org/mailman/listinfo/owasp-rochester-announce Announcements]
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* [http://lists.owasp.org/pipermail/owasp-rochester-ny Discussion]
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Prior to participating with OWASP please review the [[:Category:Chapter Handbook|Chapter Rules]].
  
<b>March 2005</b> Bringing Two-Factor Authentication to Web Applications, by Michael Starks [http://rd1.net/owasp/2005_Mar_OWASP_Two-factor%20Web%20App.ppt PowerPoint] [http://rd1.net/owasp/2005_Mar_OWASP_Two-factor%20Web%20App.ppt Open Office]
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== Past Presentations ==
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{| class="wikitable"
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!Date
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!Title
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!Presenter
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!Download
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|2019, May
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|OWASP Amass Project
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|Jeff Foley, Anthony Rhodes
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=https://www.owasp.org/images/0/00/OWASP_Amass_Rochester_2019.pdf]]
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|-
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|2019, April
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|Ethical Web Hacking
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|Jim Keeler
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kGcynzAoTaYajjkaSPo1dRUD1QQ13NuMFTZRDm9QAN0/edit?usp=sharing]]
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|-
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|2018, December
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|Introduction to Threat Modeling
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|Jim Keeler
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1J50yIrf-pHb7pTIjqBzRhLTk3TAPtm_F30J7RnVfOvE/edit?usp=sharing]]
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|-
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|2012, May
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''Mercury Networks Security Symposium''
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|I'll see your cross site scripting and raise you a Content Security Policy
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|Lou Leone
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=https://www.owasp.org/images/9/95/2012_CSP.pptx]]
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|-
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|2011, January
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|State of OWASP and the State of Web Application Security by Ralph Durkee
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Ralph_Durkee_State_of_Web_App_Security_v8.ppt‎]] [[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Ralph Durkee State of Web App Security v8.pdf‎]]
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|-
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|2010, August
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|Man in the Middle Attacks: SSL Spoofing
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|Duane Peifer
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:SSL_Spoofing.ppt‎]] [[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:SSL Spoofing.pdf‎]]
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|-
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|2010, August
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|Man in the Middle Attacks: SSL Spoofing
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Ralph_Durkee_SSL_MITM_v1.ppt‎]] [[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Ralph Durkee SSL MITM v1.pdf]]
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|-
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|2010, May
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|New Techniques in Application Intrusion Detection
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|Al Huizenga
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:OWASP may17-10.pptx‎]] [[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:OWASP may17-10.pdf‎]]
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|-
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|2010, May
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|Identity Federation and Claim-based Security
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|Andrea Cogliati
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:SAML and Claims-Based Security.pdf‎]]
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|-
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|2010, February
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|DC AppSec Conference Recap
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:OWASP Rochester 2010 Feb.ppt]]
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|-
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|2009, October
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''October Hackerfest''
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|Introduction to OWASP Rochester
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|Ralph Durkee,
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Lou Leone
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Intro to OWASP Rochester v9.ppt]]
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|-
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|2009, September
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|Securing Apache Web Servers with Mod Security & CIS Benchmark
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Media:Durkee Apache 2009 v7.ppt]], [[Media:Durkee Apache 2009 v7.odp|ODP]]
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|-
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|2009, May
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|Key Management - One Perspective
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|Lou Leone
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:N-tierKeyManagementIssues.ppt]]
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|-
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|2009, May
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''IEEE''
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|Introduction to OWASP
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|Ralph Durkee,
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Andrea Cogliati
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Intro to OWASP Rochester v5.ppt]]
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|-
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|2009, January
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|Paranoid Programming Practices
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|Lou Leone,
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Aaron Witt
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:ParanoidProgrammers.ppt]]
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|-
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|2008, May
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|Database Encryption
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:Database_Encryption.ppt]]
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|-
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|2008, January
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|SQL Injection and Dynamic SQL
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|Andrea Cogliati
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|[[Media:MoreSQL.zip|ZIP]]
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|-
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|2007, September
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|2007 OWASP Top 10 Most Critical Web Application Security Vulnerabilities
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=Media:OWASP Top 10 2007 v6.ppt]]
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|-
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|2006, October
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|The first of the OWASP top ten: unvalidated input
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|Steve Buck
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/2006-10-16_owasp-presentation.ppt]]
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|-
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|2006, April
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|PGP: Encryption for e-mail and web applications
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Apr_OWASP_PGP_Durkee.pdf]]
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|-
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|2006, February
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|Identity Theft, Phishing and Pharming
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|Danny Allan
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/AppSec2005DC-Danny_Allan-Identity_Theft_Phishing_and_Pharming.pdf]]
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|-
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|2006, February
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|Secure e-mail
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|Thomas Bullinger
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/SecureEmail.pdf]]
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|-
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|2006, January
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|PCI Compliance
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|Pat Massey,
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Ralph Durkee,
  
<b>February 2005</b> Insecure Storage, by Chris Karr [http://rd1.net/owasp/Insecure_Storage.ppt PowerPoint]
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Maureen Baran
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Rochester_OWASP_PCI_Compliance.pdf]]
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|-
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|2005, September
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|Two Factor Authentication for Java Applications with Client Certificates
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-pdf.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/DCI-Java-SSL-Certs-2005-09-19.pdf]], [http://rd1.net/owasp/DCI-Java-SSL-Certs-2005-09-19.sxi SXI]
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|-
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|2005, April
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|Avoiding Backend Exploitation of Mail Forms
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|Max Kessler
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/owasp-mailform-exploitation.ppt]], [http://rd1.net/owasp/owasp-mailform-exploitation.sxi SXI]
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|-
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|2005, March
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|Bringing Two-Factor Authentication to Web Applications
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|Michael Starks
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/2005_Mar_OWASP_Two-factor%20Web%20App.ppt]], [http://rd1.net/owasp/2005_Mar_OWASP_Two-factor%20Web%20App.ppt SXI]
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|-
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|2005, February
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|Insecure Storage
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|Chris Karr
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Insecure_Storage.ppt]]
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|-
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|2005, January
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|Access Control and Session Mgmnt
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|Steve Buck
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Jan_OWASP-access-control.ppt]], [http://rd1.net/owasp/Jan_OWASP-access-control.sxi SXI]
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|-
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|2004, November
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|Intro to OWASP
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|Ralph Durkee
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Nov_OWASP_20041103.ppt]]
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|-
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|2004, November
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|Demonstration of SQL Injection attack and prevention
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|Paul Cupo
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|[[File:16x16-icon-w-ppt.png|frameless|16x16px|link=http://rd1.net/owasp/Nov_OWASP_20041103.ppt]]
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|}
  
<b>January 2005</b> Access Control and Session Mgmnt, by Steve Buck [http://rd1.net/owasp/Jan_OWASP-access-control.ppt PowerPoint] [http://rd1.net/owasp/Jan_OWASP-access-control.sxi Open Office]
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[[Category:OWASP Chapter]]
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[[Category:United States]]
  
<b>November 2004</b> Intro to OWASP by Ralf Durkee. Demonstration of SQL Injection attack and prevention, by Paul Cupo [http://rd1.net/owasp/Nov_OWASP_20041103.ppt PowerPoint]
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  • Oct 27, 2020 (18:00): C is for Cross Site ScriptingOnline event, · , In this short presentation, we'll cover the basics of cross site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities: how they work, how to fix or mitigate them, and where you can learn more. We'll examine stored, reflected and DOM based attacks on a live vulnerable web application. (Note: This is the same presentation that was part of Rochester 2600's "The ABC's of Infosec".)
  • Apr 26, 2020 (08:00): #Online Secure Coding Tournament 🎁with prizes!Online event, · , Join us for a gamified online secure coding tournament! Compete against your fellow security & developer peers to identify & fix critical vulnerabilities in real-to-life code snippets! 21 frameworks available to play challenges in. Including .Net, Java, Python, Go, Angular, Node, React, iOS, Android, Scala, Ruby, PHP, C++, C, PL/SQL & COBOL! Tournament Step by Step Guide:https://www.yo (read more)
  • Mar 5, 2020 (17:30): Command and KubeCTL: Real-World Kubernetes Security for PentestersNixon Peabody, 1300 Clinton Square · Rochester, NYKubernetes is a security challenge that many organizations need to take on, and we as pentesters, developers, security practitioners, and the technically curious need to adapt to these challenges. In this talk we will look at tactics, techniques, and tools to assess and exploit Kubernetes clusters. We will demonstrate how to intercept service mesh traffic, evade runtime syscall filters, exploit cu (read more)
  • Nov 12, 2019 (17:30): OWASP ROC Chapter MeetSticky Lips BBQ Juke Joint & Catering, 830 Jefferson Rd · Rochester, NYPlease RSVP to [masked] by Nov 8th. We having a social and planning chapter meeting Nov 12th and will try a change of venue. Please bring your App Sec stories, conundrums, App Sec related questions, or just come to chat. The chapter will pay for appetizers for everyone to share. We’re also looking for suggestions for presentation or other activities. One question to consider: Would it be benefic (read more)
  • Jul 23, 2019 (17:30): Advanced Ethical Hacking1300 Clinton Square, 1300 Clinton Square · Rochester, NYJoin the Rochester OWASP chapter for a fun evening of hands-on advanced ethical hacking on July 23rd at 5:30pm at Nixon Peabody. The buffer overflow remains one of the most prolific and exploited software vulnerabilities. Join us for a brief and intense hands-on course where you will discover a buffer overflow vulnerability and then develop a code execution exploit for a stack based buffer overflo (read more)
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Last Year's Events

OWASP December 19th Meeting

You are invited to join the Rochester OWASP chapter and the ISSA Rochester chapter for our joint December 19th Meeting at 6pm. Space is limited, so please RSVP by Dec 12th so we can plan accordingly. Dinosaur BBQ will be provided! Come and hear a great presentation, and network with your fellow professionals.

The OWASP chapter is covering its portion of the costs for the event, so if you are a paid OWASP member, Thank you! If not, please consider signing up today.

Our own illustrious Jim Keeler will presenting:

Title: Introduction to Threat Modeling

Abstract: Every business has something to protect. Has yours modeled all of the ways it could be attacked? How will you defend your assets if attacked? How will you account for changes in the threat landscape? We will explore all of these questions and discuss a repeatable process for reducing risk.

Bio: Jim is a senior software engineer at Calero Software. He has been designing and building software since 2005 in many different languages and environments. At Calero, Jim volunteers on an internal security team to promote secure development practices, conduct threat modeling, and support security initiatives. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science from SUNY Fredonia and is pursuing a GSSP-.NET certification.

Where: Nixon Peabody, 1300 Clinton Square, 14th floor [CORRECTED] (free parking underneath the building, bring the ticket to the meeting for validation)

When: Wednesday, Dec 19th, 6:00 PM

Please RSVP by Dec 12th to Ralph Durkee

Thank you, Hope to see you there!


Rochester Security Summit 2018

Date: Oct 9 & 10, 2018 OWASP AppSec Track:

  • What is the Android Colluded Applications Attack and How to Detect It (Igor Khokhlov & Leon Reznik)
  • Pentesting DevOps: Attacking Containers and Container Orchestration (Mark Manning)
  • Rocking The (Vox)Vote (Jason Ross)
  • Your Apps Have Gone Serverless. Has Your Security? (Tal Melamed)
  • Techniques Criminals Use to Break Authentication and How to Defend Against These Attacks (Danny Harris)
  • The Industrialization of Red and Blue Teaming (Ashley Zaya)


OWASP Juice Shop Workshop
July 18th, 2018
5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
44 Celebration Drive, Conference Rooms 2007a and 2007b

We're looking for chapter members who are familiar with basic application security and the OWASP Top 10 who are interested in learning OWASP Juice Shop. The goal is to help plan and facilitate a larger capture-the-flag event at a future meeting. Please bring a Laptop with a WiFi network connection and a modern web browser. You will be installing OWASP Juice Shop on your laptop.

What is OWASP Juice Shop?

OWASP Juice Shop is an intentionally insecure web app for security trainings written entirely in JavaScript which encompasses the entire OWASP Top Ten and other severe security flaws. Juice Shop is written in Node.js, Express and AngularJS. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Juice_Shop_Project

What will the workshop cover?

Jim Keeler will lead the workshop. Attendees will learn about the OWASP Juice Shop project, installation and setup, how to exploit common web application vulnerabilities, jeopardy style capture-the-flag (CTF) events, and CTF scoreboards. At the end of the workshop we will be looking for volunteers to help us host a future CTF event! Pizza will be provided. Please RSVP to Ralph Durkee, <[email protected]> so that we may expect you.

Directions
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Park anywhere in the green area. You can enter from Elmwood Ave going eastbound only or from Celebration Drive. Parking is free in the labeled surface lot. Enter the building by the arrow. Take the stairs or elevator to the 2nd floor. Take a right off the elevator and you should be able to easily find room 2007.


OWASP Rochester Social Event

Please join the Rochester OWASP chapter for a social event Wednesday, April 25th at MacGregors' in Henrietta.

Appetizers will be provided.

When: Wednesday, April 25 at 5:30pm

Where: MacGregors' Grill and Tap Room (300 Jefferson Rd, Rochester, NY)

OWASP Rochester Social Event

Please join the Rochester OWASP chapter for a social event Wednesday, December 6th at MacGregors' in Henrietta.

Appetizers will be provided.

When: Wednesday, December 6 at 5:30pm

Where: MacGregors' Grill and Tap Room (300 Jefferson Rd, Rochester, NY)

Participation

OWASP chapter meetings are free and open to anyone interested in application security. We encourage members to give presentations on specific topics and to contribute to the local chapter by sharing their knowledge with others.

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Past Presentations

Date Title Presenter Download
2019, May OWASP Amass Project Jeff Foley, Anthony Rhodes 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2019, April Ethical Web Hacking Jim Keeler 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2018, December Introduction to Threat Modeling Jim Keeler 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2012, May

Mercury Networks Security Symposium

I'll see your cross site scripting and raise you a Content Security Policy Lou Leone 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2011, January State of OWASP and the State of Web Application Security by Ralph Durkee Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2010, August Man in the Middle Attacks: SSL Spoofing Duane Peifer 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2010, August Man in the Middle Attacks: SSL Spoofing Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2010, May New Techniques in Application Intrusion Detection Al Huizenga 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2010, May Identity Federation and Claim-based Security Andrea Cogliati 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2010, February DC AppSec Conference Recap Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2009, October

October Hackerfest

Introduction to OWASP Rochester Ralph Durkee,

Lou Leone

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2009, September Securing Apache Web Servers with Mod Security & CIS Benchmark Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png, ODP
2009, May Key Management - One Perspective Lou Leone 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2009, May

IEEE

Introduction to OWASP Ralph Durkee,

Andrea Cogliati

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2009, January Paranoid Programming Practices Lou Leone,

Aaron Witt

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2008, May Database Encryption Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2008, January SQL Injection and Dynamic SQL Andrea Cogliati ZIP
2007, September 2007 OWASP Top 10 Most Critical Web Application Security Vulnerabilities Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2006, October The first of the OWASP top ten: unvalidated input Steve Buck 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2006, April PGP: Encryption for e-mail and web applications Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2006, February Identity Theft, Phishing and Pharming Danny Allan 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2006, February Secure e-mail Thomas Bullinger 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png
2006, January PCI Compliance Pat Massey,

Ralph Durkee,

Maureen Baran

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2005, September Two Factor Authentication for Java Applications with Client Certificates Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-pdf.png, SXI
2005, April Avoiding Backend Exploitation of Mail Forms Max Kessler 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png, SXI
2005, March Bringing Two-Factor Authentication to Web Applications Michael Starks 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png, SXI
2005, February Insecure Storage Chris Karr 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2005, January Access Control and Session Mgmnt Steve Buck 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png, SXI
2004, November Intro to OWASP Ralph Durkee 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png
2004, November Demonstration of SQL Injection attack and prevention Paul Cupo 16x16-icon-w-ppt.png