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The holidays are fast approaching. This month we’re hosting a virtual happy hour to get together and hangout before we’re all busy with family and frineds. Come chat with us about the chapter, security in general, and let’s get to know one another a bit better.
This month our presentation is on API security with Adam Fisher.
This month we covered a simple intro into Threat Modeling. And we conducted this meetup remotely due to the COVID-19 situation.
This month we discussed how a tool like BeEF can reveal the true potential of what Cross Site Scripting (XSS) can lead to. BeEF can be used to leverage the exploitability of the browser to send payloads to unsuspecting victims. Being aware of these attacks and how they work can help developers better prepare and defend against them.
BSides SF is fast approaching! Who’s going?
This month we talked about a number of modern web security patterns. Like how to
add Subresource Integrity (SRI) checking to your external resources. Ways you
can enable Content Security Policies (CSP) and reporting on CSPs. What to expect
from Expect Certificate Transparency (Expect-CT) and Certificate Authorization
Authorities (CAAs). Then we wrapped it up with how to set up a
your site with the securitytxt proposal. There’s also a generator found
Come join us for the inaugural event of the Sacramento OWASP Chapter. We have so much AppSec, NetSec, and InfoSec talent in the Sacramento area that it’s time we form a community for us to share our thoughts, experiences, and best practices.
The Sacramento OWASP chapter has been dormant for a while and it’s time to give it a jump start. This will be our first official meeting. Come by, say hello, put a face to a name, and maybe let us know what you’re interested in learning or even contributing!
Please RSVP by October 15th so we can accommodate seating, snacks, and drinks.