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black box testingTesting software based on output requirements and without any knowledge of the internal structure or coding in the program. The term is also used to test a Web site's vulnerability without having any knowledge of the Web server infrastructure (see penetration test). Contrast with white box testing and gray box testing. See testing types and SAGE. See also black box.
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The black box test
will provide a fairly accurate estimate of what attackers would be able to do if they had the same amount of time and information that the security firm had, whereas the white box test has the advantage of allowing the security firm to go into much deeper detail.
A black box test
execution environment for composite applications where .
Codenomicon's product is a highly effective black box test
solution for developers, service providers, and enterprises who aim to mitigate security exposure and system failure risks in their applications, devices and services.