Software Testing News – Round-Up of Testing News 24th February – 3rd March 2018

It is the latest edition of the Huddle Testing and tech news. Every fortnight we look at some of the latest testing news stories that have dominated the headlines. This week’s news features IT security strategy, Tinder bug and more.


IT Security Strategy Rarely Updatedsecurity testing

89%  stated that IT infrastructure and critical data are not fully protected unless privileged accounts, credentials and secrets are secured

A recent survey suggests that many IT Professionals do not update their security strategy. A survey titled the CyberArk Global Advanced Threat Landscape Report 2018 found that security strategies are rarely updated.

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QASymphony Release qTest 9 QASymphony

With this major release, we will drive customer adoption and partnership expansion at an accelerated pace.

QASymphony have just announced the release of qTest 9. The software is designed to  scale test automation with a single interface and includes the ability to schedule and run automated tests, configure test machines, and report on all scheduled tests.

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Major Security in Tindertinder

“‘If the authentication is successful then Account Kit passes the access token to Tinder for login.

Anand Prakash, who discovered the flaw explains how the bug worked. The bug would expose users chat history to hackers without the need for a password.

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