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Note to CISSP's: OWASP Meetings count towards CPE Credits.
This month we have an exciting technical talk discussing the Same-Origin Policy and attacks that attempt to break/circumvent these controls by security researcher Andre Gironda. The details of this month's meeting are below:
UAT - University of Advancing Technology (Entrance at the back of the building)
2625 West Baseline Road
6:30PM, Thursday, March 8th
6:30 to 6:45 News & Introductions
6:45 to 7:45 (1 hour): Reflections on Trusting the Same-Origin Policy – and other web+network trust issues – Andre Gironda, Independent Vulnerability Assessor / Researcher
7:45 to 8:00: Wrap up
8:00 Happy Hour/Social:
650 West Warner Road, Tempe AZ
I am always looking for new speakers and topics so feel free to send me an email if you’re interested.
Jon Rose and Adam Muntner
Added by AdamMuntner on February 22, 2007