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Common Software Bugs Software Testing Can Find

No software is perfect. Between the project blindness that developers can get after working on the same project for a long time and the fact that users are particularly good at using software in ways it wasn’t intended, even a program that appears to work flawlessly...

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When Automated Regression Testing Works Best

Nobody likes doing the same task over and over. Unfortunately, every time your software updates its code, it’s necessary to perform regression testing. Since most software is written to contain multiple interlocking parts, changing one section of code means that other...

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Top 5 Reasons to Test Software Before Launch

Most companies know there are reasons to testing software, but not all of them are ready to put the money or the effort into getting their software tested by professionals. But there are real benefits to getting your software tested before launch. Here are the top...

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Cheap Software Testing

When considering whether or not to buy cheap software testing services, it’s important to look at the value of the services you’re getting. Entrusting your software to bottom-of-the-barrel priced software testing companies means your service quality will be...

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How to Choose a Software Testing Company

When you choose a software testing company, there are several things to take into account to make sure you are picking the company that’s right for you. Depending on your quality assurance needs, you will have different needs in a software testing company. Here are a...

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History’s Most Expensive Software Bugs

The history of computers is full of a number of spectacular and expensive bugs that cost companies and government entities money, time, their reputation and sometimes, people’s lives. It’s important to learn from our past, and that’s no different when it comes to...

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Biometric Spoofing

iBeta today announced the expansion of their biometric security testing capabilities by adding 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...

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