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Port80 Sydney: "I'm in ur app, hacking ur dataz" by Matt Palmer CTO Anchor

It isn't news that writing secure web applications is difficult. What may surprise you is just how easy it is to compromise insecure web applications. Matt Palmer will give a demonstration of some common tools used to break into websites, and just how quickly they can find and exploit vulnerabilities. Caution: this talk may scare you so much you never deploy an application to the public Internet ever again...

 A big thanks to Anchor for agreeing to pick up the Bar Tab for tonight!!!


What can you expect from Port80?


A current, insightful and informative topic every month that matters to the web industry.

Excellent presenters that are leaders in their field and want to share first hand knowledge.

A good representation of both the Business and Technical aspects of our topics.

Great networking with your peers in the Web Industry, no sales pitches.

Learn something outside your comfort zone

 

Who comes to port80?

 

eCommerce Entrepreneurs, C level Managers

Digital Managers, eCommerce Managers, Marketing Managers

Technical Managers, Developers, Designers, Sys Admins, Web Hosts, SaaS Providers, Tech Startups, Tech Students.

 

Port80 is run by the Australian Web Industry Association (AWIA).

Founded in 2002, Port80 is proud of its informal meetings, no long speeches, no admission fees, no forced networking. Just an interesting talk, great discussion, a few drinks and the chance to meet and share knowledge with others in your industry.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Matt, could you share a list of your favorite tools you use in your security research? Thanks a lot

    November 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Interesting talk, I'll have to try out some of those tools on my own WordPress install

    November 14, 2013

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