In dynamic testing, the software code is executed to demonstrate the result of running the test. Dynamic testing can be divided into two titles namely Functional Test and Non-Functional Test. In this article, the author focuses on functional testing.
Over 50% of all data breaches originated from vulnerabilities in the application layer over the past several years. This can be avoided with application security testing and a proactive, updated security strategy. Check out this article to find out which AppSec Testing Type to Deploy First.
API stands for Application Programming Interface. It provides communication between provider and client. In this article, Aarav has given an overview of REST API and has also listed some best Practices for Rest API.
A framework is a backbone for testing or development activities. In this blog on JUnit 5 vs. TestNG comparison, Shalini has written about the differences between the JUnit 5 and TestNG from the perspective of Selenium WebDriver.
Selenium is one of the best automation frameworks and is being widely used by automation testers. In this article, Shalini has written about the basic configuration of setting up Selenium in your system and then has also explained how to write test scripts in Selenium.
Privilege escalations mean breaking the logic of the application and getting illicit access to raised freedoms, or honors. In this article, the author has written about how he was able to find Privilege escalations.
“How to perform well and become an exceptional Quality Assurance Engineer than just being a test executor?” is a common question asked by many. In this article, the author has answered this question while giving some advice.
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