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Rise of Artificial Intelligence in Software Testing to Guarantee Security!

January 8 2018, 10:33am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

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Advantages of AI in Software Testing

Integrating AI in software testing is the right decision, as this will not only save the considerable amount of time and labor, but this will benefit in different ways like:

1. Better Quality:

Using AI in software testing after the procedure of development, not only saves time, but also helps in safeguarding the better quality. It predicts, prevents and automates the whole procedure of testing using self-learning algorithms. 

2. Speedy and Reliable:

Using AI in software testing procedure will save a considerable amount of time of the development team. AI helps to deliver faster and quicker outcomes that are also reliable for the team.

 

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Why Website Performance Test Is Required?

September 7 2017, 04:55am

Posted by Claire Mackerras

 

You hear a lot about testing web applications; however, you’re yet uncertain, why you should invest additional money in doing this kind of work. How can it increase the value of your work? How might you encourage your customer or manager that it’s a substantial utilization of time and cash?

There are a lot of reasons because of which website performance test is mandatory and a few of them are explained below:

  • Search Engine Optimization and Google

Since April 2010, Google began to take load time into account while ranking websites. Obviously, Google’s calculations utilize various components to decide the ranking of websites in Google search result pages.

  • User Satisfaction

It is realized that users just proceeds onward to some other web page if a site influences them to wait for a long time. Bouncing rate is a vital factor that each website admin should consider.

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Trending Open Source Tools For Mobile Application Security Testing

August 30 2017, 14:22pm

Posted by Claire Mackerras

Mobile application security testing can be quite cumbersome. To ease this process, businesses make separate teams for testing and analysing open source tools.


Some of the open source mobile application security testing tools are listed as below:


OWASP Zed Attack Proxy Project
It was developed by AWASP and is available for Unix/Linux, Macintosh and Windows platforms. Originally, the tool was designed as an integrated penetration testing tool for web testing applications.


Android Debug Bridge
Android Debug Bridge is designed to evaluate the security of mobile apps across many Android devices at the command line. This program can be used as a client-server and can be connected to emulators, in addition to install and debug the programs.


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