In this article we will look through the OWASP and define Top 10 of it’s vulnerabilities.
First of all, let us define OWASP.
Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a non-profit organization that works to improve software security.
This fund was established in 2001, it became a non-profit charitable organization in the United States in 2004, and since June 2021, in Europe. The main goal of the foundation is to improve software security, and it is supported by open communities of developers, technologists, and enthusiasts around the world. The foundation has more than 250+ branches around the world and tens of thousands of members. Leading educational and training conferences are organized every year. The community provides an opportunity for organizations to create, develop, purchase, operate, and support applications that can be trusted. More importantly, all projects, tools, documents, and conferences are completely free and open to anyone interested in improving application security.
All the projects OWASP is working on are shown in the diagram: