Security Testing for Mobile Applications

Mar 15, 2020 1:07:22 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing

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Every successful software application development cycle characterizes an element of security testing. With the massive surge in the increase in the number of businesses turning to mobile-first practices, the rate of mobile cyber breaches has also spiked. Every cuber security breach results in massive losses for an app business. This is what makes mobile application security testing a useful tool in the mobile application testing process. Building security test cases for mobile applications allow enterprises to uncover security vulnerabilities in every part of the app environment. That is why security testing tools for mobile apps is done to find security holes on the app before attackers. Thus, modern mobile app businesses make security a part of the design and development of the mobile application.

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Top 15 Things to Note While Testing A Web Application

Feb 27, 2020 2:54:32 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Web Application Testing

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User Acceptance Testing for Web Applications

Feb 27, 2020 2:40:36 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Usability Testing, User Acceptance Testing

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User Acceptance testing (UAT) or End-User Testing is the final leg of the web application testing process. This particular kind of testing process calls for the participation of actual software user testers. The aim of the User Acceptance Testing of web apps is to ascertain that the developed software can handle required tasks in real-world scenarios. Also, it allows the development team to check if the final product is working according to specifications laid out during the designing phase.

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Automation Testing for Web Application

Feb 27, 2020 2:12:52 AM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing

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All businesses aim to float a product to the bug-free market. However, such flawlessness can consume up to 20-40% of developers' working hours. Time incurred in testing an app also depends on the size and complexity of the web application project. What's more, is that a single check of functionality isn't enough for web application testing, which remains a repetitive function. Thus, manual web app testing is challenging to conduct, given the repetitiveness of effort required. While the testing process is an essential determinant of the success of web application businesses, just counting on the manual test to find defects or bugs in the user interface is often time-consuming, expensive, and error-prone.

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Security Testing for Web Applications

Feb 26, 2020 8:37:09 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing

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Web application security testing comprises testing, accessing and recording the security level of web application. Web developers and security administrators at app businesses often test and gauge the security strength of a web application. They use manual and automated security testing techniques. It features a multitude of processes that starts from identifying and scoping the entire application, followed by planning multiple tests. The traditional security testing process for web apps includes a series of fabricated malicious attacks. The results are recorded in a format report that consists of the identified vulnerabilities, possible threats and recommendations for mitigating the security shortfalls. In the end, it's fair to conclude that web application security testing can be used to discover vulnerabilities on Web applications.

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Top Software Testing trends to follow in 2020

Feb 26, 2020 7:14:11 PM / by Avanish Pandey posted in Testing

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Software Testing Trends

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Manual Testing for Web Applications

Feb 20, 2020 7:26:30 PM / by Kajal Jain posted in Testing, Manual testing

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Manual Testing for Web Applications

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Lean Approach to Software Testing: Explained

Dec 17, 2019 3:46:17 PM / by Avanish Pandey posted in Testing, Manual testing, Functional Testing, Lean Methodology

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When you have continuously changing surroundings. When things are always agile it is no wonder that the output of the team goes down. This comes from the fact that people are continuously doing new things, while higher efficiency requires you to repeating something over and over to produce greater momentum. Lean Approach focuses on tackling this problem during the process of software testing.

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What is Software And Performance Testing?

Dec 4, 2019 8:09:00 AM / by Milena posted in Testing, white box testing, black box testing

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Understanding the basics of software testing and performance testing

What is Software Testing?

Software Testing is a method of checking the accuracy of the software i.e., whether it meets the expected result or not and there exists no defect in it. This article will also discuss performance testing. The main aim of the testing process is to remove the bugs and verify that the actual results match the necessary requirements for the software. Testing can be manual or through the use of automated tools. Further, software testing can be categorised into:

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What is Geolocation Testing?

Dec 3, 2019 4:46:38 AM / by Avanish Pandey posted in test from different IP location, Testing, website testing, geolocation testing

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Geolocation Testing For Applications and Web Services

Introduction

Geolocation Testing for web services and application is the way to make sure your application serves the right purpose. Although, you can do this by yourself or with the help of Software Testing Experts. Because It is very important to know how your application looks to people from all over the places.

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