We all have experienced this at least once, when we are trying to surf website on mobile to see a particular area of the website. We are zooming in by taping on the screen like a thousand times. It is annoying and at the same time we lose our interest. As a result it could be a potential loss to the website business. As the organization has lost a customer by not opting responsive website for its business.
Scanning for Web Application Vulnerabilities versus Static Source Code Audits: Choosing the Most Appropriate Solution
There are quite a few terms floating around the web application security space and sometimes it can be challenging to understand exactly what a specific term means and how it might relate to similar terms.
One such example that we were asked about recently was the term “source code audit”. We thought we’d provide an overview of what exactly a source code audit is and
In today’s class we are talking about one of the interesting security testing topic “The Challenges of Scaling Up Web Vulnerability Scanning“.
For SMBs (Small and Mid-size Businesses) and Large Enterprises alike, one of the most challenging aspects of managing IT involves deciding how to effectively scale up web application security. Many businesses are inadvertently finding themselves in the software and application business as they attempt to meet the needs of their customers. As a result, they’re faced with
E-commerce applications are online business applications where the users sell and buy products. E-commerce is a software and business process which allows businesses to work through internet that is digitally. The E-commerce applications have various business processes like online fund transfers, marketing, inventory management, supply chain management. Developing an e-commerce website, we need to find out designs and features which are customer friendly. It is important that these features are properly working and doesn’t have any bugs in it,
The key feature of these type of testing is environment in which they are tested. Each one of these has different environments, technologies and the amount of effort required is varied across different domains. When the user moves from one type of testing to another the user loses its control over the environment entirely.
What is Desktop Testing?
Desktop Testing is performed on personal computers, machines and systems. It required knowledge of how the user interacts with the application.