- Question : Will a GUID lose it’s uniqueness when you remove the dashes (-)?
- Standardizing TeamMentor branching names
- How to design an application using AngularJS if you are familiar with jQuery?
- Some jQuery selectors works on Firefox console, even though jQuery hasn’t been referenced
- Using WebDriver Actions class to interact with TeamMentor contextual menu
Author Archives: arvinddoraiswamy
So as I’ve gone on looking at how things are inside TM, I’ve been having more questions. Here they are: a) I can see a lot of events in Events.js. I’m not sure though, when any of them will be … Continue reading
So I’ve been spending a little time studying how TM is built internally as I’m quite poor at JS, JQuery and the other client side languages. Not that I rock server side..but I digress . So I was using Firebug … Continue reading
So I started testing TM again; I wanted to start testing it for XSS vulnerabilities. Now TM is a Windows application; I pulled down the latest code from here, copied it to my guest VM (VirtualBox) and then clicked on … Continue reading
So I’m back working with Dinis for a little bit..and true to form I ended up needing to learn some stuff to proceed. Which is fine, I don’t complain .. so this time I needed to learn a little bit … Continue reading
I thought yesterday’s post describing my progress was nice. However when I showed it to Dinis, he said ‘Yeah nice’ but you need to make it into modules. And there’s too much code duplication everywhere. (Ouch)* After the usual initial … Continue reading
Since my fuzzing adventures had sort of reached a logical stage; I pinged Dinis and he said something about how auth testing would give us the correct order in which tests are to be executed; after which fuzzing becomes easier. … Continue reading
In my previous post I talked a little bit about fuzzing and how I’d proceed. I’ve now made really good improvements (IMO anyway ) on the code. So now..a brief feature list(HaHa) of my fuzzing script for a Webservice method … Continue reading
Yesterday I wrote a post explaining my approach. I’ve made further progress today and have fuzzed 3 methods and pushed all the code to Git. This code is more structured and scales better. It reads a config file which contains … Continue reading