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.
Maven Security help build the targets for the CTF at BSides Las Vegas, and provided remote support. See http://www.bsideslv.org/get-involved/sponsors/ and ProVJoes for details.