AppSec Blog: Category - Webcasts

Trio of AppSec Webcasts Next Week

We have three cool webcasts lined up next week: 1) SQL Injection for the Penetration Tester on April 27 Eric Conrad will kick off the week of webcasts with something every penetration tester should know about. "Both normal and blind SQL attacks will be described, including reading and altering databases, creating local files, and gaining … Continue reading Trio of AppSec Webcasts Next Week


Webcast on Manipulating Web Application Interfaces

Felipe Moreno will be giving a webcast on Groundspeed, a Firefox add-on that allows penetration testers to manipulate the interface of web applications in order to adapt it to penetration test needs, removing the annoying client-side limitations and making the test more efficient. "Not much has changed since the beginning of the web application penetration … Continue reading Webcast on Manipulating Web Application Interfaces


Social Zombies: Your Friends Want to Eat your Brains Webcast

Kevin Johnson will be giving a cool webcast called "Social Zombies" where he "explores the various concerns related to malware delivery through social network sites. Ignoring the FUD and confusion being sowed today, this presentation will examine the risks and then present tools that can be used to exploit these issues. We discuss how social … Continue reading Social Zombies: Your Friends Want to Eat your Brains Webcast


Mobile Application Security Webcast - Win a Free Book

The good folks at iSec Partners have written a new book called "Mobile Application Security" and one of the authors, Chris Clark, will be giving a webcast on that very topic. "The day when everyone has a PC in their pocket has arrived and developers are rushing to create mobile applications to meet demand. This … Continue reading Mobile Application Security Webcast - Win a Free Book


Webcast on Next Gen Application Attacks

I'm really looking forward to a webcast titled "The Porous Castle: Next Generation Application Attacks" by Nitesh Dhanjani. I spoke to Nitesh and he said it was OK for me to say that he'll be revealing details of a very cool zero-day on an extremely well known web site. Nitesh will discuss the impact of … Continue reading Webcast on Next Gen Application Attacks