Review of the Benefits of DAST (Dynamic Application Security Testing) Versus SAST

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Manish Sharma


DAST is a method for dynamic application security testing that is used to find flaws in web-based applications by simulating attacks on the applications. This method of analysis aims to identify application errors by looking at the application from the outside in. To do this, the developers will act like a malicious intruder and launch various attacks against the application to see if they can break the code or not. On this basis, the programmers can identify the application's and the code's weak points and use stronger, more complex algorithms that are difficult for an attacker to defeat..

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