Wednesday, March 3, 2010

You're from Cracow and want to beat SQL injection?

Anyone interested in secure development probably knows what OWASP is. If not - it's a worldwide non-profit organization focused on web application security.

There is an upcoming OWASP Poland chapter meeting in Cracow, Poland next week. This time it is focused on secure PHP application development.

I will be giving a presentation there - it's entitled
"SQL injection: Complete walktrough (not only) for PHP developers".

We will talk a bit about the theory and demonstrate an attack. Then I'll show how to write code immune to SQL injection in various PHP frameworks, using various databases. We'll also talk about writing secure stored procedures in Oracle, MS SQL Server and MySQL. Different gothchas, bugs and tricks will be covered, so even if you think you know the subject - it will surprise you.

The meeting is totally free and no registration is required*, so if anyone wants to develop securely in PHP or deals with databases (who doesn't?), please bring your fellow developers and come. It's important - please come and let's beat the SQL injection once and for all! 

I'll share the floor with Łukasz Pilorz who will talk about creating Secure PHP framework - and, given some internal details, I can assure you there's much to expect from this talk - don't miss it!

Date: 10.03.2010 (Wednesday), 17:00
Place: Compendium Centrum Edukacyjne, ul. Tatarska 5, Kraków, I piętro

Update: Read the full announcement from OWASP mailing list.

* If you're planning to go, please drop a mail to Przemysław from the link above to prepare the room for the audience.

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