Have you heard about Kali Linux and security testing? I hadn’t. Not until I went to a penetration / security testing course which introduced me to this gem. It’s a Linux-based penetration testing platform, and its open source, which means free, and […]
Last month I did a one-week project where I put an app through usability testing. The company that hired me was very careful not to tell me a lot about the app and their system, since they wanted me to see it for the first time. That was a very wise decision on their part. While I performed the first testing, and got to know the app, I was struck with the value of this very first meeting with the system.
I don’t follow a lot of blogs. My digital method of obtaining test knowledge goes through Google, and through whatever articles my colleagues or connections share on social media. I don’t enjoy traversing through endless mails or RSS feeds with notifications of new blogs that I might find useful.. So I just don’t. So for this post, I had to go into the great Internet.
I have no idea how to perform mobile security tests. Luckily, even though I have no idea, I am well traversed in the delicate art of Google, and thus the first result sent me to the OWASP Mobile security project. Not surprisingly, mobile security testing is a very large area, so I’ve decided to do a micro-security test run.