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IoT Security Should Start with the UI Setup

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IoT security is a large and changing topic, but there is one basic starting point where device security can be improved during development and testing: the user interface. The UI should be the first line of defense, but it’s currently weak in most IoT devices. Implementing better practices during the initial UI setup will go a long way toward improving security.

IoT security is a large and changing topic, but there is one basic starting point where device security can be improved during development and testing: the user interface. The UI should be the first line of defense, but it’s currently weak in most IoT devices. Implementing better practices during the initial UI setup will go a long way toward improving security.

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Reduce Regression Issues by Establishing a Mobile Automation Lab

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If you have a spotty test automation strategy, you may get lots of regression issues every time you have a new release for your mobile app. A mobile device lab to run regular regression tests could be the key. Here's a plan to get a mobile automation lab up and running, as well as some practices that can help reduce the number of regression issues and improve your overall app test strategy.

If you have a spotty test automation strategy, you may get lots of regression issues every time you have a new release for your mobile app. A mobile device lab to run regular regression tests could be the key. Here's a plan to get a mobile automation lab up and running, as well as some practices that can help reduce the number of regression issues and improve your overall app test strategy.

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Mohd Shariq's picture

performance testing tools for hybrid mobile application

Mohd Shariq asked on July 27, 2017 - 3:55am | Replies (1).

I want to perform performance testing for hybrid iOS and android mobile app. Please suggest ways on how to do it with some open source and paid tools

Justin Rohrman's picture

The list of tools is something you can easily find with a quick google search. The question of 'how to do it' is not something that can be answered without knowing a lot about your development process, what your team goals are, and what problems you are trying to solve. I'd recommend starting by talking with your team.

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Sprint’s Journey from Testing Organization to Quality Advocate: An Interview with Aaron Haehn

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In this interview, Aaron Haehn, the director of quality assurance and release at Sprint, explains how the telecom giant has evolved during its long lifespan. He details the company’s new focus on software quality and how the mobile industry has changed so much over the years.

In this interview, Aaron Haehn, the director of quality assurance and release at Sprint, explains how the telecom giant has evolved during its long lifespan. He details the company’s new focus on software quality and how the mobile industry has changed so much over the years.

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Amaya maheshwari's picture

what are highly vulernable areas in ecommerce website, that needs to test properly?

how to test vulnerability of ecommerce, whether the applied security is properly working or not?

whether the website can be hacked by anyone or not

Justin Rohrman's picture

This is highly dependent on the product you are working on, the technology stack used to build it, the team that built is, and how security has been handled so far. If you are asking because you want to start a security investigation, you will probably want to talk with your development team to organize that work.

 

As a general note: the OWASP top 10 list might be a decent place to start. You can find that here: https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Top_Ten_Project

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