Monkop: cloud-based tool for Android testing and optimizationFederico Toledo
schedule 1 year agoSold Out!
How can we (the testing team) help developers to cross the "app poverty line" and succeed in the market? finding: bugs, performance bottlenecks and security vulnerabilities, avoiding negative reviews and bad ratings. Straightforward and easy, right? Actually not that easy, mainly because the deep knowledge required in different technologies and tools to get this information for the hundred different kind of devices, which makes the tasks so much effort demanding.
In this talk we want to introduce Monkop, a cloud-based tool for Android testing and optimization. Once you upload the app to monkop.com, the test cloud automatically installs your app on dozens of real devices, including all Android versions, multiple screen sizes and brands. A “monkey” then plays with each device, analyzing app behavior and creating a report to be sent back in less than 24 hours. The report provides you with: app usage video, screenshots, performance metrics, power consumption data, top database times, recommendation based on best development practices and more, with just the push of a button.
Also, the aim of the talk is to share the lessons we learned developing and using these techniques (well known as “monkey testing techniques”) with the testing community. In addition to that, we are also open and looking for collaborators, testers and developers alike to get feedback and ideas from the community.
Automation testing approach for Responsive web Design website
In the market today, there are a large number of devices with different resolutions and screen sizes. A tough competition exists wherein every client wants their website to run on all these devices.
Testing the same set of test cases on all the available devices in the market today is practically impossible due to the high cost factor, availability of all devices and amount of effort required to test on all these devices. Now a days, most of the websites are being developed as Responsive web design(RWD) websites. The RWD websites layout will adjust based on the screen size and PPI of the device. The main challenge for testing RWD websites is that the automation script generated for one device one platform will only cover the functionality, behavior and workflow. But the same automation script running on different devices ignores the look and feel, Layout and UI alignment.
This Paper talks about using multiple tools available in the market currently for testing RWD website and our experiences related to them. We have focused majorly on screenshot analysis and pixel by pixel comparison. We also have capability to execute parallel test cases for RWD website across multiple devices having multiple resolutions in one go along with continuous integration using Selenium and Jenkins.
Lock Your car - A Security Testing breachBoopathi
schedule 1 year agoSold Out!
The basic amenities of automotive is no longer an expectation for the safety of drivers and passengers. It is a revolution that most promising consumer electronics are cars and not the ones in the living room. Just a remote key or a smart key to lock your car is not a stop to the security breach that could happen to the latest technology equipped cars, this is a little beyond our imagination where the probable could be of hacking even a vehicle’s ECU, infotainment and hence its acceleration or braking system itself. Pairing smartphones, Infotainment components, Telematics, aftermarket ECU mapping tools are all normal routine of the racing breed, which can contribute to security threats. Without a proper security testing for the future infotainment systems, all our information from personal to vehicle details can be of a major threat. This paper will discuss about the potential security threats, Security testing setup, Vulnerability analysis, case studies and some of the counter measures to evaluate such threats in automotive components.
Key words: Security, Automotive infotainment, Threats, Counter measures