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Automatic Model Inference of Web Applications for Security Testing

Abstract : In the Internet of services (IoS), web applications are the most common way to provide resources to the users. The complexity of these applications grew up with the number of different development techniques and technologies used. Model-based testing (MBT) has proved its efficiency in software testing but retrieving the corresponding model of an application is still a complex task. In this paper, we propose an automatic and vulnerability-driven model inference approach to model the relevant aspects of a web applications by combining deep web crawling and model inference based on input sequences.
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Karim Hossen, Catherine Oriat, Roland Groz, Jean-Luc Richier. Automatic Model Inference of Web Applications for Security Testing. Position Statement at SecTest2014, co-located with ICST2014, 2014, Cleveland, Ohio, United States. ⟨hal-00976111⟩



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