Security Espresso's goal is to educate developers on secure coding practices by bringing up real examples of vulnerabilities and teaching them how to avoid this issues by writing safer code. We do this by sharing the knowledge, making it accessible for free to anyone in need of this information.
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Security enthusiasts, unite!
This month we have a special event format: a live coding session!
We are organizing a joint event, alongside the Bucharest Functional Programming community. Don't miss out on this one because it's got a little treat for everyone: for the coders, the pentesters, the imperative folks, the functional crew, the nay-sayers and the ethusiasts alike!
We'll be implementing a basic HTTP server in order to showcase common security issues and how to overcome them in an FP fashion. The presentation will mostly be live coding. The audience will be able to pentest the server, and we will look into fixing the problems.
Some familiarity with the Haskell syntax is assumed. It would also be helpful to skim through the conduit tutorial (https://github.com/snoyberg/conduit#readme).
Here's our agenda for the evening:
19:00 → 19:45
Vladimir Ciobanu - Breaking and putting it back together: a simple HTTP server in Haskell, part 1
19:45 → 20:00
20:00 → 20:45
Vladimir Ciobanu - Breaking and putting it back together: a simple HTTP server in Haskell, part 2
20:45 → ∞
Networking and food!