What Is Black Box Testing in Software Engineering? Black box testing involves evaluating the functionality of software without peering into its internal structures or workings. The term “black box” refers to a system where the internal mechanics are unknown, and testing solely focused on the output generated by a given input. When conducting black box
The digital era has brought unparalleled conveniences and innovations, but it has also opened doors for cybercriminals to exploit vulnerabilities and utilize other attack vectors. The world has witnessed numerous security breaches, with some incidents leading to massive data losses, financial damages, and severely dented reputations for corporations. From giants like Equifax to household names
Imagine for a moment, the most exciting day for a product launch, main features developed, hearts palpitating, shoulders have been cried upon, many nights have been rushed working, product managers are exhausted, everybody is heavy, tears of joy rushing from their eyes…three, two, one and….Launch! The product is live as a SaaS service… A sigh
What Are API Vulnerabilities? API vulnerabilities refer to the potential weaknesses or gaps in an API’s security that could be exploited by a malicious actor. These vulnerabilities can be present in any part of the API, from the design phase to the deployment stage. They can result in severe consequences, such as data breaches, unauthorized
The cybersecurity landscape is constantly evolving, and organizations must be agile enough to keep pace. In the realm of application security, Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) has emerged as a critical tool for identifying and remediating application and API vulnerabilities. Bright’s DAST solution, now available on the AWS Marketplace, stands out by offering developer-centric features and seamless integration.
Unit testing is a software testing technique where the individual components or units of a product are tested. Integration testing is a software testing approach in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group.
The practice of running DAST in production environments presents multiple risks and challenges that can actually hinder your security goals. Here’s why you should think twice before running DAST scans on a live production system.