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Talk: Problems and solutions for testing web application security scanners

I just came back from the DHS Forum on the Software Assurance where I gave a talk about testing web application security scanners, and especially, the problems and some solutions for testing the scanners.

The presentation is an introduction to a methodology I've been developing at NIST for a while now. This presentation is the follow-up of the Verify Conference slides and also the talk I gave at HICSS (I will release the slides from this presentation when will fix the vulnerabilities that I used in order to show the different variation of attacks for introducing the level of defenses)

You can reach the DHS Forum slides as a Google presentation.

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  2. February 2013 — HTML5 tokenization visualization
  3. September 2011 — PHP, Variable variables, Oh my!
  4. July 2011 — Dissection of a SQL injection challenge
  5. January 2010 — Yes, we need a standard to evaluate SAST, but it ain't easy...
  6. November 2009 — Data driven factory: I give you data, you give me an object...
  7. June 2009 — NIST Static Analysis Tool Exposition special publication released
  8. December 2008 — Every-day's CSRF: Sorry, I turned off your christmas tree lights
  9. August 2008 — Why the "line of code" is indeed a good metric
  10. May 2008 — Accelerate the convergence to the bug: Running the test in 16-bit
  11. February 2008 — Code review tools: the missing link (so far)
  12. January 2008 — Talk: Problems and solutions for testing web application security scanners
  13. October 2007 — IE6 And IE7 don't have compatible CSS tricks
  14. September 2007 — Source Code Obfuscation
  15. February 2007 — The return of the SVG XSS
  16. February 2007 — How you should design a test suite for Web Apps Scanners
  17. January 2007 — Test Suites for Web Application Scanners
  18. December 2006 — SVG Files: XSS attacks