[Owasp-testing] A Few Additions to Testing Guide v4
andrew at ionize.com.au
Wed Oct 23 05:27:42 UTC 2013
Regarding testing for "security measure that waste users' time", I'm not sure we can definitively or quantitatively test for security usability. But Angela's point is valid for usability and user acceptance testing. Do you have some thoughts of how we could achieve this? A test for dancing pigs test case? ;)
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From: "Colin Watson" <colin.watson at owasp.org>
To: "owasp-testing" <owasp-testing at lists.owasp.org>
Sent: Wednesday, 16 October, 2013 3:00:03 AM
Subject: [Owasp-testing] A Few Additions to Testing Guide v4
Andrew and Matt
I have updated:
and created first drafts for:
If you don't want a Logging section, I think LOG-001 could be moved to
Business Logic Testing, and LOG-002 to Authentication Testing. Note
that logging is also discussed in OTG-CONFIG-002.
I wasn't sure if I got the default headings correct as there seems to
be some differences across the tests. And I may not be consistent with
my use of "website", "web application" and "application". The case of
some test names is not always the same - some sentence case and some
title case, and I wondered if its worth tidying this up before it gets
At AppSec EU this year the opening keynote was given by Angela Sasse.
She suggested that "Security measures that waste users' time" should
be one of the OWASP Top Ten because they undermine security. Should we
have a test description for this based on Angela's presentation?
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