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Myth: complete testing is possible

There is a myth that complete testing is possible. The reality is given below.

– It becomes an issue when a client or a tester thinks that the complete testing is possible. – It is possible that all paths have been tested by the team but the occurrence of complete testing is never possible. – […]

What is the difference between functional and non-functional testing?

Functional testing and non-functional testing are the two very important methodologies in the field of software testing.

About Functional Testing

– Functional testing is counted in the QA (quality assurance) practices while on the other hand the non–functional testing involves testing the non–functional requirements of the software system. – The functional testing is a […]

What are the types of functional testing?

– Functional testing involves testing the system’s functional requirements and gives a measure as to how well the system is executing its functions. – These are inclusive of data manipulation and searches, user commands, business processes, integration, user screens and so on. – Functional specifications are provided by the clients that are used in testing. […]

What is symmetric-key encryption?

Public key encryption is a part of the public key cryptography. There are two types of public key encryption namely:

Symmetric key encryption and Asymmetric key encryption.

In this article we focus up on the former type i.e., the symmetric key encryption.

– Symmetric key encryption is done using the symmetric – key algorithms. […]