During the SecAppDev (http://www.secappdev.org) class next month in Leuven, Belgium, there's also going to be a regional OWASP meeting. I've been asked to join in and present a short session comparing various secure development methodologies (Microsoft's SDL, Cigital's "Touchpoints", and OWASP's own CLASP, mainly). If you're in the area, I hope you'll join us. Local details are available on OWASP's site at http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Belgium .

While I'm there, I'll also be doing a CAcert/Thawte x.509 "signing". So, if you're using either of these free x.509 certificate services, and are still trying to get the 50 assurance points necessary to have your real name on your certificates, stop by with two forms of government-issued ID (and photocopies, if using Thawte -- not necessary for CAcert). I'll be happy to help out with either/both 10 Thawte points or 35 CAcert points. No charge, of course.



Kenneth R. van Wyk
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