Understanding the OWASP Top 10


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Good talk -- things I've seen before but sure a lot of people gained from the content of the presentation. Humorous & enjoyable.

Anonymous at 15:40 on 20 Feb 2015

Knew most already but great presentation, very good speaker

Good fun and interesting talk

It was one of the best talks from the two days covered a lot of information in a clear,fun and concise way.

Anonymous at 17:46 on 20 Feb 2015

Anonymous at 19:04 on 20 Feb 2015

Really interesting - great to see example exploits and get advice on how to avoid the pitfalls.

Anonymous at 19:31 on 20 Feb 2015

Was a well presented and structured talk but was aware of it all already.

Great talk, I expected boring list of vulnerabilities with general examples as they can be found anywhere on the web, but got actually really interesting info. I loved the practical interactive examples and detailing. Really well detailed and well thought through presentation. No flaw in the talk I could find.

Was distracted remembering Funkatrons wacky / hilarious mocking of Roave, then by IT crowd references. Sure there was some good information there too ;)

very funny chap but the talk lacked depth

First time I've seen Gary talk and I really enjoyed his engaging and energetic delivery.

Very good talk. The speaker pointed to the most important security issues.

As a good point: Very pleasant talk.
As a bad point: A bit lack of depth.

As I said on twitter - this was presented with a good level of humour and with confidence. Even though many of the issues in the list are things that have been on my radar for a few years, I wasn't bored at any point throughout, and I would happily attend another talk from Gary in future conferences. Well done

Anonymous at 15:22 on 23 Feb 2015

Very accessible talk, I learnt a hell of a lot from this talk and it was presented in a humorous way, nice one. Great presenting manner, got the message across 100%.

The talk was an excellent mix of the very funny personality that is Garry and something as (seemingly) dry as the OWASP top 10. I had a good laugh and learned a thing or two. One bit of advice I got from Josh Holmes that I, as a fellow hat wearer, have taken to heart: loose the hat. Even from the first row it was difficult to see your eyes. Other than that: would watch again.

Great, fun talk. Really found it interesting that so many points are still on the list. Gary's casual, relaxed style made the content very relatable and the time very enjoyable. A good talk.