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OWASP Meeting Minutes

Date: 09/02/2006

Location: Equilibrium Terrazza , George Street, Sydney


Deirdre Hurley
Chris Gatford
Daniel Grzelak
Colin Wong
Paul Theriault
Sascha Hess


This was the first OWASP meeting of 2006. It was an informal discussion on how we would best run the Sydney chapter going forward.

The following items were discussed at the meeting:
-        Frequency of meetings: bi-monthly
-        Format: informal discussions and presentations on pre-agreed topics
-        Location: to be confirmed once format and subject of next meeting has been decided on (i.e. if next meeting is informal without a presentation we will hold meeting at a beer supplying venue :-))
-        Topics: presentation topics to be agreed upon through mailing list suggestions. The following was suggested as potential initial topics:
        o Web service penetration testing
        o Secure coding for specific programming languages
        o Latest web security trends and exploits

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