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= Interview: Ryan Dewhurst is damn proud of how vulnerable [ his web apps are)] =
Ryan's website: []== About ==
Ryan's [http://wwwDewhurt is a student stufying Ethical Hacking for Computer Security at British tools]His blog documents his thoughts, findings and experiments related to ethical hacking
Ryan on [http://twitter"I have had a passion for technology since I can remember, information security has always interested me since owning my own Pentium II 200Mhz PC that I conned my mother into buying me back when I was a wee twitter]"
Ryan is a full(Recently he has started to get involved in Open Source projects including his own, Damn Vulnerable Web App, ScreenStamp!) time student at Northumbria University's School of Computing (UK), Engineering Nikto and Information Sciences doing a BSc (hons) in Ethical Hacking for Computer Securityw3af which I plan to dedicate more time to.
Damn Vulnerable Web App (DVWA) is a PHP/MySQL web application that is damn vulnerable. Its main goals are to be light weight, easy to use and full of vulnerabilities to exploit. It is used to learn or teach the art of web application security.== Questions ==
Questions for Ryan:
* Did you get taught how to write secure code in school?
* What other projects are you working on?
== Resources ==
Ryan's website: []
Ryan's [ tools]
Ryan on [ twitter]
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