Why You Should Attend OWASP AppSec USA 2017

September 20th, 2017 | By Jscrambler | 3 min read

We are thrilled to announce that Jscrambler will be exhibiting at OWASP AppSec USA 2017, a conference which will be held between 21st and 22nd of September at the Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, in Orlando, Florida!

OWASP AppSec conferences don't need a presentation, they are the premier gathering for software security managers and researchers enthusiasts. These conferences bring together the community interested in application security and enable professionals in this field of expertise to share cutting-edge ideas, initiatives, and technological improvements.

Let us clarify why being at this conference is being in the right place at the right time:

DEMOS everywhere

If you are interested in learning more about the security needs of your web applications, you should definitely meet us at booth S20. We will be showcasing our solution to everyone who is interested in our technology, introducing our two modules:

  • Code Integrity module: the only solution that guarantees your application's code is tamper-proof, self-defensive and concealed with powerful obfuscation techniques combined with polymorphic behavior. Jscrambler can restrict when, where and by whom the application is executed through the use of Code Locks. Real-time notifications and self-defending capabilities including anti-tampering and anti-debugging are other security layers that can protect your web applications and business.

jscrambler-code-integrity-moduleWebpage Integrity module: the solution you need if you want to get visibility of what is happening on the client-side, by monitoring and protecting your website against code injections, Man-in-the-Browser (MIBT) attacks, DOM-tampering, and data exfiltration.


Crafting the next-generation Man-in-the-Browser Trojan

Talking about Man-in-the-Browser attacks, our CTO Pedro Fortuna was selected to present his exclusive talk on Crafting the next-generation Man-in-the-Browser Trojan. If you are worried about Banking Trojans like Zeus, Neverquest, Gozi or Dridex, you should not miss this presentation, based on our work.

crafting-the-next-generation-mitb-trojan-by-pedro-fortunaOn stage, Pedro will fast-forward to a not so distant future of MITB attacks by demoing a homegrown MITB trojan that is resistant to a number of current defenses by tampering with headers and by exploiting JavaScript code polymorphism, holds capabilities that range from credential and data leakage to website hijacking. We'll also cover approaches to defeat these next-gen trojans by employing similar code attacking techniques and demoing how to detect and react to these trojans.

Sponsor Passport Program

owasp-appsec-usa-droneAll conference-goers will receive a Passport which may be entered into a drawing by visiting our sponsor booth and other exhibitors to receive a “stamp”. Check your attendee bag for your Exhibitor Passport to know how to play. Prize winners will be announced at the Friday Afternoon Coffee Break. Get a chance to win our Parrot drone by visiting us at our stand S22!

Your Must-Have Details

For more information about the conference, you can go straight to the links below but we also summarized the most important details to have in mind:


The conference will take place at Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort
1000 West Buena Vista Drive, Orlando, FL 32830


Please check-in at the registration desk to pick up your conference badge, program and other conference materials.

  • Thursday: 8am – 5.30pm

  • Friday: 8am – 4.30pm


If you plan on sharing your experiences at the OWASP AppSec USA 2017, please use the hashtag #AppSecUSA when using social media.
Follow @appscusa for updates.

Meet our JavaScript Security Experts

Jscrambler team is looking forward to seeing you in Orlando so come to booth S20 and say hi if you are around! Also, feel free to extend this invitation to anyone you think would be interested in these topics! See you there?


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