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|−|'''Announcing the [[Owasp_Autumn_Of_Code_2006|OWASP Autumn of Code Project Winners]]!''' |+|
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|−|OWASP has chosen to sponsor 9 individuals (4 at $3, 500 USD and 5 at $5, 000 USD), instead of our originally planned number of 8! The proposals submitted were all very well done and we would like to thank everyone who took the time to submit their ideas to us. You made it difficult for our selection jury to narrow the list down to the final 9 projects. |+|
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|−|Congratulations to the [[OWASP_Autumn_of_Code_2006_-_Selection | successful winning projects]] and their respective OWASP Autumn of Code 2006 candidates. |+|
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|−|Judging by the quality of responses we received, it looks like the next three months will be a very exciting time for us as we continue to pursue our goal of bringing [[Category: OWASP_Project|existing OWASP Projects]] to the level of completeness and professionalism required for wide use and deployment. Please visit the [[OWASP_Autumn_Of_Code_2006 | OWASP Autumn of Code 2006 Project Page]] for detailed information on each of our projects as well as their progress. | |
|−|The submission period is now closed and our selections have been made. Thank you once again to everybody who applied for the OWASP Autumn of Code 2006 and we look forward to producing some great work with our new team members. | |
Revision as of 08:50, 15 October 2006
Announcing the OWASP Sprajax Project - the first AJAX Security Scanner
OWASP thanks Denim Group for the donation of Sprajax, an open source security scanner for AJAX-enabled applications. Sprajax, a Microsoft .Net-based application is the first web security scanner developed specifically to scan AJAX web applications for security vulnerabilities.
“Denim Group is committed to furthering the field of application security,” said Dan Cornell, principal of Denim Group, “and by donating Sprajax to OWASP, we intend to generate more discussion around security vulnerabilities within AJAX applications. Providing the tool under the OWASP banner will make it more visible within the application security community. We saw a need for a product in the industry and took it upon ourselves to begin work on the project. Moving forward, the larger user base and development base provided by the association with OWASP will ultimately strengthen and enhance this tool.”
“Securing AJAX technology is a new challenge for the application security community,” said Jeff Williams, chairman of OWASP. “Denim Group’s contribution and leadership role in the OWASP Sprajax project will help developers worldwide produce more secure AJAX applications.”
Sprajax is available for immediate download.