There have been debates over the security and privacy issues concerning Java, the platform independent language. Time after time, the black and white hats have made full disclosures to the vulnerabilities which were there in the recent patches brought by Oracle. This time we had a Polish security firm […]
Java Native Interface (JNI)
JNI is a native programming interface supported by Java and is part of the Java SDK. With JNI, we can write code in other languages like C/C++ and use it in Java. We can also call C/C++ functions using Java code and vice versa – call […]
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1. Testing the Throughput of InfoSec Institute
1.1. Running the JMeter
When everything is set-up all that is left for us to do is run the JMeter and observe the results. We can do that by simply pressing the Menu – Run – Start […]
We’ve already described most of JMeter in part 1 and part 2, but let’s summarize what we’ve learned so far. We’ve seen that JMeter consists of the following elements:
- Thread Group: A mandatory element that specifies the number of concurrent users that will use the target application.
- Sampler: […]
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1. Test Plan Elements
Up until now we haven’t said anything about how to actually do something useful with JMeter, but it’s only because we need to cover some boring details of how to configure it before actually running some performance testing.
Why use GWT?
Most modern web applications utilize an AJAX functionality of some sort to make them highly interactive and to have a user interface that works very much like that of a traditional desktop application. If you are looking to build a web application that takes advantage of AJAX […]
For several years now, there has been an explosive increase in the use of mobile applications. Included in this staggering increase of mobile software are applications that store, process, and transmit personal and sensitive data. While they are not the only players, the Google Android and Apple IOS platforms […]
Some Random Number concepts:
“Random numbers” means numbers which are random in practice (i.e. unpredictable and non – reproducible). As simple this term looks when you hear it for the first time, it is more difficult to reproduce. It is a bit different when we talk about single random numbers […]