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From: Ureleet (ureleetgmail.com)
Date: Tue Apr 15 2008 - 12:34:58 CDT
god, seriously. can we set up a list for all these contests? everyday i
get another contest email on fd! its almost as bad as these conferences! r
On Tue, Apr 15, 2008 at 12:32 PM, n3td3v <xploitablegmail.com> wrote:
> Web Application Security Awareness Day will be host on May 1st 2008.
> A winner will be declared for the best web application bug.
> To be in the running, your submission must be publically disclosed to
> a mailing list on May the 1st 2008.
> This will be the first time Web Application Security Awareness Day has
> taken place.
> I hope it will catch on and that it will take place every year.
> The purpose of Web Application Security Awareness Day? To bring
> awareness towards
> the causes and issues surrounding web application security.
> Why May 1st 2008? Because web applications are closely related to
> and May Day is a common day for peaceful anti-capitalism protests, so
> it makes sense
> to be on this day.
> I hope through an increase in web application bug disclosure on this
> day it will draw attention to web application security, for the better
> of everyone.
> Web Application Security Awareness Day is a work in development, if it
> is successful this year,
> I will add more award catorgories for next year.
> All submissions must be legal and above board, I do not want things
> Happy web application bug hunting!
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