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Here's an article that covers many of the ideas above and some others: How Skeleton Strings Can Help Your Testing.


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Best thing to enter as input are some simple example of SQL injection or HTML like: <script>alert("123")</script> <script>alert(document.cookie)</script> <html><a>"Testing"</a></html> etc...


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The examples here might be of some help: http://www.allthingsquality.com/2010/04/general-input-tests-for-strings.html And these: http://www.allthingsquality.com/2010/04/some-strings-for-pasting.html Related items here: http://www.allthingsquality.com/search/label/Test%20Data


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Thumbs up for all the above answers.. Would like to add one more. Try inputting <> angular braces or HTML close tag in input field. Also try this on URL. If you see a stack trace or yellow page that means there is an issue with url redirect.


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A simple but good test is also to test HTML character codes. Your application may also the specific characters such &, # and numeric values which stringed together could make something like &#174 which just so happens to be the registered symbol. If it is accepted you need to make sure that where ever that data comes out again that it's still ...


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Honestly, the only limit is your imagination. You'll find out pretty quickly if the programmers took the permissive approach (allow everything except...) or the repressive approach (prevent everything except...) Some examples you can use: Copy/Paste the entire text of Hamlet (thanks to QA Hates You for this one (you'll have to google for it - I don't have ...


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try non-ascii characters. Few to chose from: http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~zben/Web/CharSet/htmlchars.html And whole universe of Chinese, Indian etc scripts. Try Google translate for that.



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