Month: July 2019

Manual Testing Versus Automation: Which is Best?

Manual Testing Versus Automation: Which is Best?

Automation experts often claim that automated testing improves the quality of software and that automated testing tools are an excellent solution for every software testing project. The truth, however, is that automated testing requires specific skills and training to use them effectively. Manual testing is still a vital component of software quality assurance, especially when […]

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iBeta’s Biometrics Test Facility Gains Mastercard Accreditation

iBeta’s Biometrics Test Facility Gains Mastercard Accreditation

iBeta Quality Assurance has received Mastercard accreditation for its biometrics test lab. The approved scope of the independent testing facility includes biometrics testing for mobile and wearable devices using the modalities of facial recognition, palm recognition, voice recognition and fingerprint recognition. On June 3, 2019, iBeta added Mastercard’s Formal Approval Services (FAD) to its growing […]

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Brute-Force Password Guessing Attacks

Brute-Force Password Guessing Attacks

Caveats: The following analysis is based entirely on a brute force attack. Hackers cannot extrapolate information from this document to help them learn user passwords. iBeta does automated testing of the security of websites, especially for things like cross-site scripting (CSS), and cross-site request forgery (XSRF). However, our automated tool occasionally finds other problems not […]

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Biometric Spoofing/PAD Testing

Biometric Spoofing/PAD Testing

iBeta’s biometric security testing capabilities include biometric presentation attack detection (PAD) per ISO/IEC 30107-3. ISO/IEC 30107-3 addresses techniques for the detection of presentation attacks – also known as spoof and liveness detection. A presentation attack occurs when an artifact (face, hand, facsimile, etc.) is presented to a biometric capture device to gain access as an […]

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