For anyone new to the alphabet soup of application security industry lingo, fear not, it’s easy to wrap one’s head around. DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) is a black-box security testing methodology in which an application is tested from the outside in by examining an application in its running state and trying to attack it […]
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This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog post authored by Ian Muscat. Read the original post at: Web Security Blog – Acunetix