DAST vs SAST: A Case for Dynamic Application Security Testing

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