Beefed up OWASP 2.0 introduced at BlackHat

Friday, 29 July 2005, 9:04 AM EST

The Open Web Application Security Project yesterday unveiled a revised and more robust popular guide for protecting Web services that reflects best practices, common coding errors and the increasing threat of phishing.

"We are looking to have a standard available through ISO or NIST that's easy to adopt as corporate and government policy," said Andrew van der Stock, technical editor for OWASP's Guide to Security Web Applications and Service 2.0.

By Amber Plante at SearchSecurity.

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