Mozilla CTF – Registration will close on Friday

January 10th, 2012 by Frederik Braun

We are excited to get this much attention with our CTF. Unfortunately, this means that we will have to close down registration soon. Registration will be closed on Friday or as soon as we hit the limit of 150 teams (currently 110 teams registered) Update: Registration is closed

Mozilla CTF – Registration starts now!

January 7th, 2012 by Frederik Braun

This is an update on the prior Mozilla CTF announcement: The registration starts now! As mentioned earlier, the CTF is on January 25th and will go for 24 hours. Everybody is invited, also see FAQ   Teams registered via E-Mail beforehand have already been added to our list

Mozilla Security AMA On Reddit

December 21st, 2011 by yboily

Several members of the Mozilla Security team will participate in an AMA on reddit this morning. You can find it here!

Mozilla CTF Competition

December 19th, 2011 by yboily

Announcing the Mozilla CTF hacking competition   Per the announcement during Frederik Braun’s presentation today, Mozilla will host a CTF event in January, 2012.   The Mozilla CTF will take place on January 25, 2012 (24 hours, PST). (Yes, this is a business day. Sorry) The competition will be open for  24 hours to allow […]

Mozilla at Sheffield Hallam

December 12th, 2011 by mgoodwin

On Wednesday 14th December, Mark Goodwin from Mozilla’s Infrastructure Security team will be presenting a guest lecture on web and application security at Sheffield Hallam University. The talk explores how a system is viewed by an attacker and how adopting the attackers’ mindset can be useful in improving the security of what we build. If […]

Mozilla’s Secure Coding Guidelines for Web Applications

September 30th, 2011 by mcoates

We’re committed to security at Mozilla and take every opportunity throughout the development lifecycle to integrate security controls, guidance and verification. One of the items that we’ve found successful thus far is the secure coding guidelines document for web applications.  The goal of this document is to provide concise security guidance and security requirements that […]

Mozilla Hosting Open Source Security MeetUp

August 24th, 2011 by mcoates

On Thursday, Aug 25, Mozilla will be hosting the OWASP Bay Area chapter meeting. This free event will bring together nearly 100 security experts in the bay area to discuss current security topics and defenses. Although the registration is now closed, we quickly hit the maximum number of attendees, anyone is welcome to watch the […]