What have I done since last July?

July 16, 2015 § Leave a comment

School year 2014-2015 is ending. It’s time for a brief report.

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Post-OWASP AppSec Research

June 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

Well, I’m just back from the Way to Valhalla and OWASP AppSec Research 2010.

The welcome was great, with plenty of people interested in OPA — some of them actually looking enthusiastic. I was quite surprised to realize that a number of researchers, developers and consultants in the web security community are very much aware of the limitations of current-generation approaches to security, but just don’t have the resources to start working on a next-generation approach. Speaking of resources, we’re now getting close to being 7 years into the OPA project, a commitment that not many research groups or companies could make.

Interestingly, during his talk, Dave Wichers, the editor for the OWASP Top 10 Web Application Security Risks project, mentioned that the solution was certainly to switch language and paradigm, to something cleaner and easier to secure. This is, of course, exactly what we have been working on during all these years.

All the slides and videos of the conference should be uploaded soon on the official website. In the meantime, I have uploaded my slides. I’ll try and add some sound if I can work out some sound problems I’ve been encountering recently with my presentations.

Edit The presentation of OPA available on Dailymotion had sound issues. I’ve finally managed to fix them. Enjoy!

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