- Taschenbuch: 377 Seiten
- Verlag: Chapman & Hall/Crc Innovations in Software Engineering and Software Development Series (16. September 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1466575301
- ISBN-13: 978-1466575301
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,3 x 2,3 x 24,9 cm
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Software Test Attacks to Break Mobile and Embedded Devices (Chapman & Hall/CRC Innovations in Software Engineering and S) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 16. September 2013
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"Using the framework of attacks popularized by James Whittaker s books, Jon Duncan Hagar describes those that are relevant here and extends the approach with new attacks specifically for mobile and embedded systems. He provides detailed information and guidance on how to test more effectively and efficiently in the mobile and embedded world. Jon shows you what to test and how to test, giving ideas that you can use to do better testing of mobile devices now and save yourself serious trouble later on.
Jon s extensive experience (much of it in the embedded world), his thorough research, and his deep knowledge give this book a solid foundation and provide helpful guidance and steps to take in applying testing attacks to mobile and embedded devices."
From the Foreword by Dorothy Graham, Software Testing Consultant
"Every tester who wants to keep current needs to read this book, and you can read with confidence knowing you are being guided by the best in this business. Learn by doing, with this book as your guide."
From the Foreword by Lisa Crispin, Agile Testing Coach and Practitioner"
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Jon Hagar is the principal (CEO/CTO) and senior software test engineer at Grand Software Testing. For over 30 years he has worked on systems and software engineering, specializing in testing/verification and validation. He is the lead editor on ISO/IEC/IEEE29119 Software Test Standard, a member of the IEEE1012 V&V Plan working group, and co-chair on the OMG UML testing profile standard. Jon holds a patent on web test technologies and has published numerous articles on software reliability, testing, test tools, formal methods, and embedded systems. He has a B.S. in mathematics with a specialization in civil engineering and software from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colorado, and an M.S. in computer science with a specialization in software engineering and testing from Colorado State University.
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Jon Hagar did a wonderful job of organizing each and every software testing attack, explaining the who tests (dev, testers, users etc), why apply the attack as some attacks are appropriate for certain applications or domains while others do not apply. Also addressed are when to apply a software attack and when not to do so, as well as where. A most helpful chapter is how to set up your mobile and/or embedded test lab including what kind of devices and hardware to be a part of the lab.
The type of attacks included are setting up mobile and embedded test frameworks, developer attacks where attacking the code head on is examined, control systems and hardware software attacks, timing attacks, human user interface attacks, smart and/or mobile phone attacks, mobile/embedded security and more. Jon Hagar provides real examples, how you can apply these attacks in your own testing which is something not always discussed. This is a real, practical book without much theory based on Hagar's many years in the field, consistent engagement within the testing community and his own reading. Finally Hagar includes his own reference list and reading list to help the reader broaden their own mobile and embedded software testing knowledge.
This book is a must have for any software tester.