Dec 29th, 2020
In Software Testing Test Automation is the technique to test and compare the actual outcome with the expected outcome. This can be achieved by writing test scripts or using any automation testing tools like Squish, Selenium, Ranorex, TestComplete and so on. Test Automation is used to automate repetitive tasks and other testing tasks which are time consuming and difficult to perform manually.
There are some critical decisions which need to be... READ MORE
Dec 11th, 2020
Have you seen that few humans work too much and other just sit and do nothing? We call this injustice in Human world but what if we see same patterns in Machin world as well.
Most of the start up starts with smaller code base but when they become successful, their code base grows bigger and bigger by each passing year because of new features and security aspects of the code... READ MORE
Oct 5th, 2020
Software development model has been changing rapidly since 2006. First V development model got changed to Agile methodology, but everyone is moving towards Devops and DevSecOps.
Let’s First discuss about the need of moving from Agile to Devops. As we know, software is getting in every field now. Any luxury car is having 1200 microchips and every chip is having sophisticated device drivers to run various features. Software needs is expected... READ MORE
Oct 1st, 2020
This is a relatively new technique and a term coined by the “Gartner” team for conducting comprehensive web application security testing keeping the application running. “IAST” is a quite different kind of testing technique when compared with “DAST” and definitely “SAST”. This blog is aimed to give you a quick snapshot of this technique and the key aspects associated with it.
“Interactive Application Security Testing”, IAST, as it is called is... READ MORE
Sep 29th, 2020
If there is any bright spot in the recent Covid-19 mess, it is software’s ability to connect the world and enable nearly every major facet of modern life to persist. When Software fails to work as expected, negative implications are worse than ever. One of the examples is Zoom outrage. Bugs are bad and we should remove them as early as possible when working on a software product. Typically, we... READ MORE
Aug 31st, 2020
Hackers are tireless, innovative, motivated. They are an unfortunate reality of the software and applications industry today. From automotive to medical to consumer products and more.
The potential for their efforts to result in real risks and failures is well documented. If your software fails, people are going to hear about it. It will cost your company time, money, reputation, etc. And it goes without saying that you would not want... READ MORE
Aug 31st, 2020
You will never hear a good doctor saying, “Just take a spoonful of this cure-all every day and you’ll feel great.” Cure-alls don’t exist, and anyone trying to sell one is lying. It is the same story in cyber security. No one tool does everything, and no “easy button” exists that will magically lower your risk and keep you safe.
If you have always allowed your developers to use whatever third-party... READ MORE
Jul 27th, 2020
Static code analysis (SCA) or Source code analysis is the process of analyzing the source code without executing or running it. Static Analysis can detect possible vulnerabilities in the source code by analyzing a set of code against a set (or multiple sets) of coding rules.
Here are some benefits of Static Code Analysis, Faster project execution Better source code at check-in Less costly... READ MORE
Jul 23rd, 2020
Open source licenses arelicenses that comply with the Open Source Definition —they allowsoftware to be freely used, modified, and shared. A software developer probablyuses open source components and libraries to build software. The main problem in thiscontext is that open source licenses are subjective. Their interpretationdepends on the technical usage of the licensed software. Therefore, it’sdifficult to determine the legal risks of using open source software,especially for developers, who are... READ MORE