Web applications are drastically different and like anything, are prone to vulnerabilities. Application penetration tests come in all shapes and sizes, some good, some bad, and some are not even penetration tests at all. This week, the guys share their insights about Web Application Penetration Testing and get what you need out of your next test! Do not miss this episode if you are planning a web application penetration test for the first time!
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