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Web Application Testing: Tips & Best Practices

Web application testing is a process that ensures the application is ready to launch without safety concerns and reliability issues. Our main point of concern in web application testing is making sure that the security is up to the standard as security becomes a bigger and bigger issue on the internet with each passing day.

Mocha Testing: 4 Key Features and a Quick Tutorial

What is Mocha Testing Framework? Mocha.js is an open source JavaScript unit testing framework that runs in Node.js and executes tests directly in the browser. Mocha supports most assertion libraries, but is typically used in conjunction with Chai for Node.js.  Its key capabilities include: Ability to test synchronous and asynchronous code with a simple interface.

Deserialization: How it Works and Protecting Your Apps

Insecure deserialization vulnerabilities involve the use of unknown or untrusted data and can result in attacks such as denial of service (DoS), malicious code execution, bypassing authentication measures or other abuses of application logic.

8 Free Security Testing Tools You Must Know About

In the software world, security testing involves testing a software application to identify vulnerabilities and misconfiguration that could be exploited by an attacker. These could be as simple as a default admin password, or as complex as an injection vulnerability deep in the application code. 

Pen Testing with Python: Pros and Cons

Pen Testing is a process of protecting your system from cyber attacks. This is achieved by executing various malicious programs in order to exploit and learn about any possible vulnerabilities that might occur on your system. 

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How to test for Cross-Site Request Forgery?

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) testing is the procedure of finding and remediating CSRF vulnerabilities in web applications. A CSRF attack tricks users into submitting a malicious request.

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How to Prevent Cross-Site Scripting Attacks?

In this article you will learn the best practices for cross-site scripting prevention and how you can implement them immediately.

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Web Application Penetration Testing: A Practical Guide

Web application penetration testing, also known as pentesting, simulates attacks against your web applications, to help you identify security flaws and weaknesses so they can be remediated. You can use penetration tests to detect vulnerabilities across web application components and APIs including the backend network, the database, and the source code. 

Your Website got Hacked? Here is what you should do!

Has your website been hacked? Don’t panic! We prepared a simple list of steps for you to follow to recover it.

Discover and Remediate OWASP Top 10 Vulnerabilities using AIAST®

The information age has advanced the way in which our society generates, stores and exchanges information. Hyperconnectivity, availability and business networking are great benefits of this era. However, we are facing significant new challenges in the realm of cybersecurity and information security, dictating the need for new solutions and a fresh approach to keep up with ever-evolving threats.

Integrating Bright scanning into Azure DevOps

DevOps focuses on speedy completion of the development processes for faster delivery of products and services at a higher quality. Not considering security in the development process can leave your application vulnerable to attacks.