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I Am Not a Robot: Manual Pen-Testing Tips and Tricks

April 13, 2018 | Webinars | Penetration Testing and Red Teaming | By Kevin Johnson, IANS Faculty

When it comes to web app penetration testing, automation can only get you so far. In this webinar, IANS Faculty Kevin Johnson explores how using manual testing techniques can augment the automation many DevOps shops use for security testing. In addition to providing examples of manual attacks used against modern sites, he offers tips for implementing this type of testing to ensure optimal web app security.


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