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Generally if people test, they test the happy path. What if something doesn't go as planned, though? How can you be sure the code won't explode on some boundary condition you didn't think of?
That's what negative testing, and fuzzing in particular is about. Our friend from the company who discovered Heartbleed will provide us an introduction to the topic. In addition we will have someone from the local university of applied sciences to show some security related tools and talk about OWASP.
The event will be held on Monday 26th at Hemingway's starting from 18:00. Even if you didn't make your mark to the Doodle, consider showing up. It should be a fine session and might change the way you think about testing.
Posted by Juho Vepsäläinen at 2:42 PM