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Topic # 58916 23-Mar-2010 12:01
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Hi fellow geekzoners,

for my final year project at university I'm looking at creating a web application penetration tester to security check web applications.
For this I'd like a group of people to give feedback and/or advice on whats good and bad about the project and where changes might be beneficial. Basically it'll be similiar to a focus group.

The project will run over the course of the year and participants will be involved from the early design phase. Obviously I won't be 'locking anyone in' to this project, but it would be good if they are available to give feedback over the life of the project (around October will be the finishing time).

If you're interested please leave a message here and I'll get back to you.

Thanks for your time,

el_kano



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  Reply # 310168 23-Mar-2010 12:26
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Sounds like a fairly interesting project.

I, myself am in the Web Application Penetration testing arena - but commercially.

I could possibly give feedback on it.

Let me know if you are interested.

Also - any comments/feedback i may give is not associated with, nor is any feedback from my employer. Any opinions/feedback expressed is my own. 




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Reply # 310445 23-Mar-2010 22:53
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Happy to help out too

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