Automated Security Testing with OWASP Zed Attack Proxy: #3 Working the Result of ZAP Security Scan to Pass or Fail the Security Tests

In the previous article, we created and ran Automated Security Tests on Visual Studio Team Services. One shortcoming of the security tests we wrote was that there was no way of failing the security tests if the result of the test exceeds a certain threshold. The test only executed the security scan and then gave … Continue reading Automated Security Testing with OWASP Zed Attack Proxy: #3 Working the Result of ZAP Security Scan to Pass or Fail the Security Tests

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Automated Security Testing with OWASP Zed Attack Proxy: #2 Creating & Running Automated Security Tests on Visual Studio Team Services

In the previous article, we installed and configured OWASP ZAP on an Azure VM and added a reverse proxy to access it over the internet. In this article, we’ll discuss on how to use the OWASP ZAP API and Visual Studio Unit Test project to create Automated Security tests and then run them in a … Continue reading Automated Security Testing with OWASP Zed Attack Proxy: #2 Creating & Running Automated Security Tests on Visual Studio Team Services

Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part II

Part 1 of this article can be found by navigating to the following link. Going Serverless on Azure Platform - #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal  - Part I In the last article of the Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform series, we created the first function ReceiveNotification, which is the … Continue reading Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part II

Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part I

In the last article of the Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform series, we created a Function App on the Azure Portal and walked through the Function App UI and the features provided by the Function Apps. In this article, we will create our first azure function on the Azure Portal. We will create … Continue reading Azure Functions: Going Serverless on Azure Platform – #3 Creating a Function Pipeline Using the Azure Portal – Part I