It is a common belief that testers should think like end users by going beyond the defined requirements, seeing if the application under test addresses end-user expectations, and evaluating how it fares against competition.With security testing, testers must think not only like the end-users, but more importantly like the intruding users-the hackersand what they might do to break into the system. Ensuring the application is fool proof involves testing from an intruder’s standpoint to ensure all vulnerabilities are known and tested for. This article highlights the key reasons why it is necessary for security testers to think like hackers.

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