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OWASP Top 10 Update: Long Overdue Or Same-Old, Same-Old?
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johannacuriel,
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5/14/2017 | 6:53:40 AM
Is not OWASP
"OWASP is now stating that companies need to have some sort of WAF or RASP technology to detect, respond, and patch. This is going to be a controversial one as it's a mitigation to a vulnerability and not a vulnerability in itself,"

This statement is wrong.

Please, is not OWASP as foundation saying this. Project leaders are autonomous on deciding how to manage their projects, OWASP a foundation only supervises that Project leaders behave within a code of conduct and guidelines.

OWASP is a community and stands for OPEN  therefore if you do not agree with something JOIN US and come discuss it. You have as a contributor all the power to influence the outcome of every single project and the Top 10 is one of them

Join the discussion and the list, even better , come to the OWASP SUMMIT 2017 in London 

where Dave & Team will be there to discuss more about it


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