Testing Web Security: Assessing the Security of Web Sites and Applications

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John Wiley & Sons, Dec 3, 2002 - Computers - 368 pages
  • Covers security basics and guides reader through the process of testing a Web site.
  • Explains how to analyze results and design specialized follow-up tests that focus on potential security gaps.
  • Teaches the process of discovery, scanning, analyzing, verifying results of specialized tests, and fixing vulnerabilities.
 

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Contents

Part Two Planning the Testing Effort
13
Part Three Test Design
45
Part Four Test Implementation
227
Part Five Appendixes
279
Index
333
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STEVEN SPLAINE is a chartered software engineer with more than twenty years of experience in project management, software testing, and product development. He is a regular speaker at software testing conferences and lead author of The Web Testing Handbook.

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