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Gorilla Testing is a testing technique in which testers or developers also join to testers to test a particular module thoroughly in all aspects. Gorilla Testing is a technique in which repetitive Manual Testing process, which a tester would have done several times before, is done again to test the robustness of the system. Here, one module of the ...


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## Answer 1 ## When talking about user testing in the UX circles, there’s formal user testing, and then there’s guerilla testing. Formal user testing is the subject of many research papers and studies, but there is relatively little guideline on how guerilla testing should be conducted. Although many UX purists frown on the practice, guerilla testing has ...


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10 security checks for any web application are as follows - #1 SQL Injection Code injection technique, used to attack data-driven applications, in which malicious SQL statements are inserted into an entry field for execution (e.g. to dump the database contents to the attacker). #2 Broken authentication and session management Authentication and session ...


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Normally, though, developers are more focused with the functional and visual output of their changes, and spend far less time on the security ramifications. When they do focus on security, though, commonly the only things that come to mind are typical, like protecting against SQL injections or access control bugs, but a focus on security should cover far ...


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Guerilla testing is an inexpensive but highly effective form of test in which a product is subject to high levels of stress until failure. You can see a classic example here.


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What is Guerrilla Testing : it is a way to get some quick user feedback on your product or prototype. I can say its usability testing. Guerrilla Testing Covers : it covers an activity by which you need to conduct it where your audience are novice users and observe these - Can they find the content? Is the language relevant to them? Have they understood ...


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As of my reading- Guerrilla Testing means going into a coffee shop or another public place to ask people there about your product or prototype. It can be conducted anywhere ex- cafe, library, train station etc, essentially anywhere where there is significant footfall. Guerrilla testing works well to quickly validate how effective a design is on its intended ...


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POSTMAN is the defacto standard when it comes to REST API testing. Its pretty intutive GUI makes REST API testing pretty simple even for the novice testers. The only drawback for this tool is that you would have to do visual validation of your headers, response code, response body etc. There is no automated, batch type interface for creating batch tests. If ...


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Things are expected to slip through if you are just given a once through correct? Im not talking about a lot of major stuff. But little things (especially if it's a large website). How do I not beat myself up over this? I always say that I can test anything in any amount of time. When I'm given more time, I can do better. But I can still do good ...


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Q1. Things are expected to slip through if you are just given a once through correct? Im not talking about a lot of major stuff. But little things (especially if it's a large website). How do I not beat myself up over this? A1. Accept that you can not be perfect. Make sure you have an outlet to note and record the bugs that you do find so they ...


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Been in that situation, and far more than I'd like. While we'd like customers to provide complete and iron-clad requirements, it never (and I do mean never) happens. Well, unless you're shooting people into space. I hear they do a pretty thorough job. For the rest of us, it's generally a continuum. The bits of this you don't have as far as requirements ...


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Note before I dive in: We do Scrum so depending on the project methodology your company uses, this may or may not be useful for you. Background: We have our initial requirements from the stakeholders. The stakeholders are a combination of our clients, subject matter experts, product owners, executives, and managers. We are provided what they expect the ...


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1) Remember 100% testing is not possible, it is basic testing principle and everyone know that. so dont feel beat yourself too hard. 2) GUI bugs are important to the client so you should have concentrate on those, as they will be the 1st to be noticed. But px bugs can be done throug chrome F12 and checked. Also a note: take your time, a QA should be ...


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Things are expected to slip through if you are just given a once through correct? Im not talking about a lot of major stuff. But little things (especially if it's a large website). How do I not beat myself up over this? Yes. There are innumerable levels of quality and bugs will slip through at each of them. Consider these levels: Is it possible to ...


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If you haven't been given requirements then it makes testing really difficult. You'll also be glad to hear that exhaustive testing is impossible (see The Principles of Software Testing) In terms of design requirements, you're allowed to ask the product designer or business analyst for feedback/confirmation as you go because requirements often change - ...



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