Back in Chicago O’Hare international airport (ORD) for the third time in four days. I am headed home from a trip to Cincinnati and Toronto for meetings and a presentation at the Toronto OWASP chapter- what a fantastic group! Special thanks to Nish and Reza for having us out!
After a talk on Business Logic flaws, conversations ventured into some great discussion on recent court rulings and Internet directed legislation, former war stories, if Arian is really an 8.5 on hot-or-not, and why proper creole spices aren’t sold in Canada. (no kidding mom, the guys up there want some Tony Chachere’s!)
During the talk, I failed to get further into how WA processes were not designed to detect security flaws in business logic due to confirmation bias. I have read on this in the past, but Robert Graham recently posted a GREAT read on the topic, check it out- ‘why you have to reboot your router‘
Thanks for a great trip, Toronto!