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How to Test Web Application Security Using Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner (WVS) – Hands on Review

Web applications and websites are core components of any business these days. As the number of websites increases, attackers are also more active for hacking websites and stealing important business data.

With this threat, it’s becoming important to have Website vulnerability scanning as a part of compete test cycle.

Today, we are going to review a tool for security audit of web applications and websites – Acunetix Web Vulnerability Scanner (WVS). Acunetix WVS is the tool of choice for SQL Injection testing, Cross-site scripting (XSS) and OWASP top 10 other vulnerabilities.
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Top 25 Tools for Automated Testing of JAVA Applications (Part 3)

In this article, we will see an overview of component wise automated testing tools for JAVA/J2EE applications. Most of the popular tools are open source and are largely derived from JUnit. The tools vary for view, business logic and validation components.


This is 3rd and the last article in JAVA/J2EE testing article series. Check out first two articles here: How to test JAVA applications and Getting started with automation testing of JAVA applications. Continue reading →

Getting Started with FitNesse – a Collaboration Tool for Testers and Developers

Now the world is moving to Agile. Early and continuous feedback is imperial for any scrum team. Because the world is changing, the mindset of testers also needs to be changed.

Instead of “finding bugs, breaking software, measuring requirement”, testers are now thinking of “delivering the quality, right at first time, test without the UI or test even before the UI is available”. Continue reading →

How to Make Manual Testing More Efficient Using HP Sprinter

Today in this era of Automation Testing, almost in every QA testing departments’ automation is the first preference. But there are few QA departments where 70-80% of testing is carried out manually. Indeed, there are cases where quality is completely determined manually as no automation is carried out there.

One of the crucial reasons of companies to continue with manual test is the inability of automation tools to cope with the changes that some application faces on regular basis. In certain cases, the only option left with QA is of manual testing. Continue reading →

Learn Advanced SoapUI Groovy Scripting Concepts – SoapUI Tutorial #9

The previous SoapUI tutorials have been an introduction into SoapUI and its programming concepts. We will from now on move into more advanced Groovy scripting concepts. Let us being this with Conditional flow statements – both Boolean and iterative statements. Then we will move on to arrays collection.

This is the 9th tutorial in our SoapUI tutorial series.

Conditional statements are used to control the flow of the execution. Here are different types of conditional statements in Groovy.  Continue reading →

Working with SoapUI Properties – SoapUI Tutorial #8

This tutorial is all about SoapUI properties. In last SoapUI tutorial we saw how to add properties in Groovy script.

A property in SoapUI is similar to a variable/ parameter and in this tutorial will talk about how to use one in a service request and assign response value to it through scripting. Later, we will move on to property transfer test step and then importing properties.

This is the 8th tutorial in our SoapUI online training series. Continue reading →