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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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Introduction To Selenium 3.0: An Upgradation Using GeckoDriver

December 7 2016, 10:38am

Posted by BugRaptors

Selenium 2.0 was released in 2011 and introduced the new WebDriver APIs that encouraged everyone to start moving to them. Selenium 3.0 is a simple drop-in upgrade version if you're currently using the WebDriver APIs.

Selenium 3.0

None of the WebDriver APIs have been changed, and the code is essentially the same as the last 2.x release. Even if you're using Selenium Grid, the same applies: in most cases, you can just drop in the new JAR, and you're done.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/introduction-selenium-3-0-upgradation-using-geckodriver/

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Why the importance of Accessibility Testing is getting Bigger and Braver?

September 6 2016, 09:20am

Posted by BugRaptors

Why the importance of Accessibility Testing is getting Bigger and Braver?

As we all know, Technology, particularly the web has introduced new worlds for everyone who uses it. But have you ever given a thought about how the capability to access technology influences the lives of those with special needs?

Imagine you are blind yet you are able to read, not capable to speak or hear yet you can chat online or being completely paralyzed but still you can travel the world?

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/importance-accessibility-testing-getting-bigger-braver-upcoming-future

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BOTS: the new perimeter and how to perform testing on it?

August 23 2016, 10:34am

Posted by BugRaptors

BOTS: the new perimeter and how to perform testing on it?

A bot is software that is designed to automate different types of tasks you would usually do on your own like, adding an appointment to your calendar or fetching and displaying information and making a dinner reservation.

These are the progressively common form of bots, chatbots, simulates conversation. They often live in the messaging apps or are at least designed to look that way and it should feel like you’re chatting like you are with human.

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/bots-new-perimeter-perform-testing

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Strategies for Dealing with a Blocker Defect

July 27 2016, 09:35am

Posted by BugRaptors

Strategies for Dealing with a Blocker Defect

Blocker! What a blocker defect is? In Software Testing we come across various kinds of Defects. What is the extent of that defect and what should be the order to resolve that defect is severity and priority of that defect.

Now the question is how to decide the severity and priority of a bug or defect?

Read More Here at http://www.bugraptors.com/dealing-with-blocker-defects

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