The OWASP AppSensor concept was originally created by Michael Coates
and is an OWASP Labs Project producing releases ready for mainstream usage
Version 2 Authors and Editors
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Version 1 Author
The AppSensor Guide is primarily written for those with software architecture responsibilities, but can also be read by developers and others with an interest in secure software; implementation requires a collaborative effort by development, operational and information security disciplines
Full A-Z of Project AppSensor Project Contributors
All OWASP projects rely on the voluntary efforts of people in the software development and information security sectors. They have contributed their time and energy to make suggestions, provide feedback, write, review and edit documentation, give encouragement, make introductions, produce demonstration code, and promote the concept, and provide OWASP support. They participated via the project’s mailing lists, by developing code, by updating the wiki, by undertaking research studies, and through contributions during the AppSensor working session at the OWASP Summit 2011 in Portugal and the AppSensor Summit at AppSec USA 2011. Without all their efforts, the project would not have progressed to this point, and this book guide would not have been completed.
Sarah Baso Samantha Groves Kate Hartmann Kelly Santalucia Alison Shrader Matt Tesauro
The AppSensor Project1 was initially supported by the OWASP Summer of Code 2008, leading to the publication of the book AppSensor v1.12; the project has also benefitted greatly from the generous contribution of time and effort by many volunteers in the OWASP community including those listed on the following page, and contributors to the OWASP ESAPI project, OWASP Global Projects Committee members, the OWASP Board, and support from the OWASP Project Reboot initiative. Additional development work was kindly supported by the Google Summer of Code 2012. This book was conceived during the AppSensor Summit held during AppSec USA 2011 in Minneapolis.