Selenified and Web Services: Moving Beyond the Browser
Testing

Selenified was released with the idea to make browser testing easier. Selenified = Selenium Simplified. That said, not all testing is done within the browser. Not only can it not all be done there, but even if it could, it shouldn’t. For this reason, Selenified also allows for simple testing of other interfaces. Web Services […]

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Introducing Selenified

Selenified is the re-branded, updated, and patched software version of the software previously called the SecureCI™ Testing Framework. The Selenified Test Framework provides mechanisms for simply testing applications at multiple tiers while easily integrating into DevOps build environments. Selenified provides traceable reporting for both web and API testing, wraps and extends Selenium calls to more […]

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Lightweight Text Editors — Ignite Talk
Lightweight Text Editors

In my latest Ignite Talk, I (quickly) discuss some lightweight text editors. There are appearances from Visual Studio Code, of course Vim, and some others. Given this is an Ignite Talk, I don’t get to cover any one editor in depth. An Ignite Talk consists of 20 slides auto-advancing every 15 seconds. This was given […]

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Finally A Good, Free Sequence Diagram Tool
Diagram

Sequence Diagrams Often it is helpful to visualize a solution before implementing it. Diagrams in general help simplify a complicated system to make it easier to understand at a high level. One specific way you might accomplish this is with a sequence diagram. A sequence diagram shows how pieces of a system interact and in […]

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Finicity API Review
Finicity API

Background Finance and accounting are only two of a great number of fields that are increasingly dependent on the Internet. The idea of using the web to do personal finance emerged a few years back. Tools like Quicken and Mint allow the end-users to simply link their bank accounts and pull transactions from those accounts, which […]

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Security Scanning in Non-Standard Applications with Burp Macros: Performing the Scan
Burp Suite

DISCLAIMER: Only perform security testing on applications which you have explicit permission to do so. Also, this post shows features for Burp Suite Professional, as the Macros and scanning features are not available without a license. In the previous blog post, I detailed configuring Burp Suite for usage in security testing. Please reference the material […]

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Getting Up and Running with Sonatype Lifecycle

It has become standard practice for modern software development organizations to integrate open source components into their products, as it enables them to leverage existing solutions and technologies, thereby avoiding the need to reinvent the wheel. In fact, open source repositories like Maven Central are reporting record increases in downloads annually (30 Billion in 2015, […]

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2017 Q1 SecureCI™ Release
Security

I know what you’re thinking…what happened to the 2016 release? Well, 2016 was an interesting year, and unfortunately we weren’t able to get out a mid-year release, and our Q4 release got pushed to Q1 of this year. But, finally, an updated version of SecureCI™ is here! So, what can you expect from this release? Upgrades First and […]

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