Web Application Security Testing: What? How? Why?

Web application security testing is the process of measuring, analyzing, and summarizing the security level of a Web application. Why is it necessary for your web apps?

What is the future of Manual Testing?

With AI, machine learning, and the rise of automation tools, some think manual testing will be replaced by automated testing. This article will debunk this myth.

COVID-19: Working from Home

Having the flexibility to work from home on a regular basis, or as and when needed – such as in the midst of a Coronavirus pandemic, certainly has its advantages.

Handling System Properties in JUnit 5

There is JUnit Pioneer, a semi-official extension pack for JUnit 5. It offers various neat extensions, and as of version 0.5.0 also a mechanism to handle system…

Your basic Allowlist-testing Tools

If you are new to the concept of allowlist-testing and just want to try it without too many strings attached, what are your basic tool options?

Whitelist Testing vs. Blacklist Testing

From an IT security point of view, the current approach to GUI test automation is careless or even dangerous.

Test automation vs Automated testing

Testing as a craft is a highly complex endeavor, an interactive cognitive process. Humans are able to evaluate hundreds of problem patterns, some of which can…

Your 2 Basic Visual Regression Testing Tools

Most current approaches to visual regression testing of websites are pixel-based – they compare screenshots of the pages pixel-by-pixel…

3 Ways AI Will Transform the Testing Process

Our AI efforts in testing: would hardly be a faithful recreation of human testing efforts. To better understand where AI could be applied in the overall testing process…