Open letter demands OWASP overhaul, warns of mass project exodus

For more than two decades, the Open Worldwide Application Security Project (OWASP) has provided free and open resources for improving the security of software. Led by the non-profit OWASP Foundation, OWASP has brought together community-led open-source software projects, hundreds of local chapters worldwide, tens of thousands of members, and educational and training conferences for developers and technologists to secure the web.

HHowever, an open letter signed by dozens of OWASP members, contributors, and supporters questioned OWASP’s viability for the modern internet, the way software is now built, and today’s security industry, casting a damning light on its ability to keep pace and evolve to support the needs of the community and its projects.

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