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Mozilla Web Application Security

Welcome to the home page for Mozilla Web Application Security. This page will provide security information related to Mozilla hosted web applications and web services.

Secure Development Guidance

Web Application Security Severity Ratings

Secure Coding Guidelines

Secure Coding QA Checklist

Request a Security Review

Are you releasing a Mozilla web application or service? If so, the Mozilla infrasec team can review the code and running application for security flaws.

Security Review Request

Wordpress Theme or Plugin - Security Install Process

Filing a Web Security Bug

For instructions regarding the use of Bugzilla to file a web security bug, visit: Filing a Web Security Bug in Bugzilla

Presentations

Infrastructure security will be presenting on various security topics on a regular basis. These courses are free and open to anyone that would like to attend. For those that are remote, please join us on air.mozilla.org to remotely watch the presentation.

Schedule-2012

Schedule-2011-Archive

April 23, 2011 - Stanford Open Source Bootcamp

July 14, 2011 - Mobile Hacking

  • Topic: Blake Turrentine presents Mobile Hacking courseware for BlackHat 2011
  • Time: 6pm-9:30pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward) (Sorry, no streaming)
  • Remote Participation: No, lab element requires in-person attendance
  • Limited Space - RSVP Required

July 20, 2011 - Hands-On Hacking Brownbag - Cross Site Scripting

  • Topic: Cross Site Scripting
  • Time: 12pm-1pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward)
  • Remote Participation: Yes, streaming via air.mozilla.org
  • Important Lab Setup - Please setup your VM test instance prior to the session - instructions
  • 10 minute online video - Cross Site Scripting
  • Archived Slides

August 16, 2011 - Hands-On Hacking Brownbag - SQL Injection

  • Topic: SQL Injection
  • Time: 12pm-1pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward)
  • Remote Participation: Yes, streaming via air.mozilla.org
  • Lab Setup - Please setup your VM test instance prior to the session - instructions
  • 10 minute online video - Injection Attacks
  • Archived Slides

August 25, 2011 - OWASP Bay Area Chapter Meeting

  • Topic: Application Security Topics
    • 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM .............Check-in, registration, networking
    • 6:30 PM – 6:35 PM ........... Welcome Remarks/Agenda - Mandeep Khera
    • 6:35 PM - 7:45 PM ............ Enabling Browser Security in Web Applications- Michael Coates, Mozilla
    • 7:45 PM – 8:30 PM…......... Blackhat spam SEO - Julien Sobrier, Zscaler
  • Time: 6pm-9:30pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward)
  • Remote Participation: Yes, streaming via air.mozilla.org
  • RSVP Required (for in person) RSVP Here

September 21, 2011 - CEF Logging for Attack Aware Applications

  • Topic: Implementing CEF logging to improve the security of web based applications
  • Time: 12pm-1pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward)
  • Remote Participation: Yes, streaming via air.mozilla.org
  • Archived Video , Slides - Will be available after the session

December 5, 2011 - Cross-Site Request Forgery and other cross domain technologies

  • Topic: Dealing with CSRF, the talk will also cover Cross-Origin Resource Sharing and the postMessage API
  • Time: 12pm-1pm Pacific
  • Location: Mountain View (10 Forward)
  • Remote Participation: Yes, streaming via air.mozilla.org
  • Archived Video , Slides - Will be available after the session

December 14, 2011 - What You See and What You Get - An Attacker's perspective

  • Topic: The talk covers how an attacker views a software system, how that differs from more common perspectives and what that teaches us about how to make secure products
  • Time: 5-6pm GMT
  • Location: Adsetts Learning Center (room 6619), Sheffield Hallam University, UK
  • Remote Participation: No
  • Archived Video - to be made available soon

Future Topics

  • Future topics: Content Security Policy, Strict Transport Security, Clickjacking & X-Frame-Options
  • Hands-On Hacking Classes Planned For Each Month
  • Submit an idea for a topic or brownbag to webappsec@mozilla.org

Security Learning Materials

Online Videos

Security Presentations

Security Guides

Good Reads

Mozilla WebAppSec Mailing List

Interested in discussing web application security concerns and the impact on Mozilla web applications? Then this is the list for you. Please note, this is a public list and is not the appropriate channel to discuss open security vulnerabilities (please file a bug in bugzilla).

webappsec@mozilla.org

https://mail.mozilla.org/listinfo/webappsec

Infrastructure Security Blog - http://blog.mozilla.com/webappsec/