The OWASP ZAP HTTP intercepting proxy is useful for manually attacking your Web apps and APIs. Now, we have the official Node API to programatically drive ZAP to regression test our creations. Kim will show you how to build a fully featured security regression testing CLI, consumable by your CI/nightly builds.
Automated security regression testing of your web applications and APIs, no setup required.
1. Write [test conditions](https://f0.holisticinfosecforwebdevelopers.com/chap06.html#process-and-practises-agile-development-and-practices-evil-test-conditions) - convert to [Cucumber](https://cucumber.io/)
2. Provide minimal configuration
3. Consume node CLI package
4. Run single command `purpleteam test`
Perfect for your CI/nightly build
A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises.
First book is complete, second book is content complete and currently in technical review.
At BSides Wellington: Kim discusses that Quality (security included) does not have to be neglected when you’re planning, building and running a high performance development team. He discusses how we fail and how to succeed.
DevSecCon, Singapore: Quality (security included) does not have to be neglected when you’re planning, building and running a high-performance development team.
Kim will set the stage with how and why Agile development teams fail, explained with a familiar anecdote taken from his new book “Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers”, coupled with how you can change this.
This time in Kilkenny of Ireland, Kim will demonstrate the OWASP Zap API with NodeGoat, which helps you identify vulnerabilities in your web application as you create it, rather than at the end of a project.