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So far Evozon Testing has created 10 blog entries.

July 2016

PIN Code Authentication Bypass

By | July 6th, 2016|Security testing|

While performing a Penetration Test for a web application, an important part is testing the Authentication process. Even if usually it is a standard authentication process or it issues a well-known authentication framework made for security purposes, we still can find vulnerabilities in the implementation of it. For example, applications may rely on client side data [...]

The neuroscience beyond the usability

By | July 1st, 2016|Usability testing|

With the advancement of technology, the software market has grown considerably and many software products have come to resemble one another quite a lot. One reason for this is that products are made and launched in a hurried manner. This is often done by neglecting the needs of the users and the importance of focusing [...]

June 2016

Vulnerability Assessment vs. Penetration Testing

By | June 23rd, 2016|Security testing|

When developing a website or an application, security testing is one of the most important part, as having a secure and trustworthy software is what any user is looking for. When it comes to choosing the best approach in security testing, there are two widely used approaches: vulnerability assessment or penetration testing. The choice between them must [...]

When does your company need security testing

By | June 23rd, 2016|Security testing|

A general impression about security testing that most of the companies have is that it is a process of hacking a website after the developing parts is done and/or the application is launched. This idea still stands up because the cyber security field was poorly addressed, or even ignored by most of software development companies, even [...]

Measuring performance with JMeter

By | June 10th, 2016|Performance testing, Technologies|

With the continuous growth of the number of services available online and a majority of potential clients or users opting for an online approach to those services, having a well optimised web application which can support a large number of concurrent users is a must these days. Failing to do so will substantially cut revenue [...]

May 2016

Efficiency in test automation with Serenity

By | May 5th, 2016|Technologies, Test automation|

Nowadays Web applications are more and more sophisticated and project managers cannot afford long manual testing cycles. Because of applications complexity, record and play testing tools are not sufficient. These tools produce scripts that are time-consuming for maintaining them each time the applications changes. For this reason, we try to use tools and techniques that [...]

Selenium, a testing industry standard

By | May 5th, 2016|Technologies, Test automation|

Selenium WebDriver has become the most used test automation library, slowly becoming an industry standard. The ease of integration with different tools, flexibility to write test in a preferred language, made the adoption of selenium, a recipe for successful web test automation projects. We have been using Selenium with Java, since 2011, developing all our [...]

JUnit as unit framework

By | May 5th, 2016|Technologies, Test automation|

  JUnit is an Open Source framework designed for writing and running automation tests. This framework is a part of xUnit family of frameworks. At first, it was designed for Java, but now it can be used with other programming languages as well. The most important features of this framework are:  JUnit is Open Source [...]

Usability, understand the user’s needs

By | May 5th, 2016|Usability testing|

In the last years, the software products market exploded and once with it determined the companies to create specialised user experience (especially, usability) testing departments or to request this type of testing (via other companies specialised on outsourcing) to ensure that their software products provide a positive experience of navigation to user. By the book, [...]

Do you know when your Website needs an usability audit?

By | May 1st, 2016|Usability testing|

You’ll know you need a usability audit when you start to see decreases in the numbers of visitors on your website or lower statistics regarding sold products. On the other hand, you might want an usability audit just for finding out how visitors perceive your site, its functionality, and what can be done to improve [...]