Maven Security will be running a capture the flag (CTF) at the ISSA Delaware Valley (DV) chapter meeting on March 11, 2016. To attend see http://www.issa-dv.org/meetings/ Bring a notebook computer with your favorite warez. You can’t go wrong with Kali (www.kali.org). However, since this is going to be (mostly) web application targets then we recommend the Web… Read More »
Escaping the Sandbox: The Browser Trust Model vs the Bad Guys Monday, Mar 7, 2016, 6:15 PM Wilmington University – New Castle Campus320 N. DuPont Highway New Castle, DE 14 Members Attending Presenter: Randy Westergren (http://randywestergren.com/)The browser trust model fundamentally defines how client-side data is securely stored and transmitted. Though the same-origin policy is the… Read More »
The Web Security Dojo (a self-contained virtual machine containing tools, targets, and documentation for learning about web application security testing) is being used in a 400-level computer security course at Wilmington University, as part of the course’s hands-on labs. Check out SEC 425 (Ethical Hacking) at Wilmington University here for details. Our little… Read More »
Check out our interview where we hate on the word “cyber”. http://technical.ly/delaware/2015/04/21/david-rhoades-maven-security-consulting/
Maven Security hosted mini-CTF centered on web application targets. See http://www.issa-dv.org/meetings/agendas/Agenda_ISSA-DV_2015-09-18.pdf #past_event for details. Thanks to Radware for donating a $50 Amazon card to the winner.