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
The Website testing is most confusing topic amongst many testers. On website testing lots of queries are downpour over the internet. Most of the readers were asking different questions on Website Testing Checklist. So instead of answering individual I thought writing an article on Complete Checklist For Website Testing.
If you ask me about Website testing – What should be tested, how should be tested, which thing must be tested, what should not be tested and continue.
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Web application presents all applications that are getting through a web browsers like Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari etc. These Web applications are of different-different categories and are very valuable for users that need to be tested using different-different methodologies.
Here you will get some ideas to test your web applications to make sure that a web application is ready to deploy. Each application is different from each other in their size, complexity, and corporate policies, apply the following steps