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Agile expert Howard Deiner to explain gray box testing and other important Extreme Programming techniques that bring developers and testers together.
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Security is critical when operating a Web application. Black, gray and white box tests are three tests you can conduct to ensure an attacker can't get to your application. In this podcast, Jennette Mullaney refers to information from Dan Cornell, principal for the Denim Group, and Brad Arkin formerly from Symantec, to explain how the black, gray and white box tests differ and the advantages and disadvantages to each one. Jennette also reviews how to select a testing methodology.
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A black box is any device whose workings are not understood by or accessible to its user. According to Edward Tenner, writing in The Washington Post, the first black box was a gun sight carried on World War II Flying Fortresses, with hidden components that corrected for environmental variables, such as wind speed... (Continued) Continue Reading
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Static and dynamic analysis, whether manual or automated, are designed to find Web application security vulnerabilities. Dan Cornell explains how to uncover bugs through security testing. Continue Reading
Security is critical when operating a Web application. Black, gray and white box tests are three tests you can conduct to ensure an attacker can't get to your application. Learn what the differences are in this tip from Denim Group's Dan Cornell. Continue Reading
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Expert Gary McGraw thinks the way to get software security right is to keep the testing close to the developer environment. Continue Reading
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There's no question that testing application security is essential for enterprises, but which is better: black box security testing or white box security testing? Learn more in this expert tip. Continue Reading
If you want to improve your software testing skills, focus on learning how to be more effective and efficient. You should also learn certain tools to differentiate yourself. Continue Reading
Integration testing of software systems can be black box or white box testing. Learn how each can be used in this Ask the Expert Q&A with testing expert Mike Kelly. Continue Reading