Are there any obligations by your supervisor/employer for performing security testing?
Can the application automatically change its logging level to react to security threats?
Do the unchanged system components still perform correctly with the changed component?
Does the application implement any security mechanisms as authentication or authorization?
Is the goal simply to determine whether people can work on specific portions of the code?
What access restrictions are placed on the users by your organization or program office?
What are the configurable security options in the system; what are default settings?
What regulations and policies are applicable in determining what is to be protected?
Which areas and components of the architecture does each misuse and abuse scenario affect?
Why is it that your security professionals cannot secure your applications by themselves?
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