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Our lives today are saturated with digital technologies: we spend a lot of time on the Internet every day, visit various Internet resources, login, and register in social networks and other resources.

Security testing assesses the vulnerability of the software to various attacks.

In the software security testing process, most often, the QA engineer uses various methods:

Attempts to find out the password using external means;
System attack using special tools that analyze security;
Suppression, the shock of the system (with the assumption that it will refuse to serve other clients);
Purposeful introduction of errors in the hope of penetrating the system during the recovery;
Viewing and analyzing unclassified data in hopes of finding a key to logging in.
Every product type should meet the essential Software Security Requirements:

The application should not break;
The application should not “fall”;
Network access must be secure.
The most popular types of vulnerabilities for software are:

XSS (Cross-Site Scripting) is a type of software vulnerability (web application) in which malicious scripts run on a page generated by the server to attack a client.
CSRF / XSRF (Cross-Site Request Forgery, also known as XSRF) is a type of vulnerability that allows you to use the shortcomings of the HTTP protocol.
Code Injection (SQL, PHP, ASP, etc.) is a type of vulnerability in which it is possible to run executable code to gain access to system resources, unauthorized access to data, or system failure.
Server-Side Includes (SSI) Injection is a type of vulnerability that uses the insertion of server commands into an HTML code or launches them directly from the server.
Authorization Bypass is a type of vulnerability that may allow unauthorized access to another user’s account or documents.
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