Transcript of "Crowdsourced Test Ideas - A Login Screen - by the Software Testing Club"
Crowd Sourced Ideas from
Credits: Rosie Sherry - Ainars Galvans - Martin Wright - Vrishali B -
Kashif Ali - Rob Lambert - Peter L - Ajay Balamurugadas
The Login Screen
The task was to provide test
ideas for a login screen that
looked something like this
Not a lot of information to go on.
The results are as follows....
Tab Order - Is there a logical order to using the tab key?
Username ﬁeld focus - when arriving at the page is the cursor focused on the username ﬁeld?
Use of enter key - does selecting enter activate the Login button?
Accessibility - are the form ﬁelds correctly identiﬁed and labelled?
The look - does it look ok? Everything aligned ok?
Content - is the content up to scratch? Any typos?
Links - are there any other existing links on the page? Are they valid?
Password - is it shown in asterisks?
Password - can it be copied and pasted?
Password - is there a minimum complexity on the password?
View Source - is valuable information given away in the HTML source code?
SQL Injection - is it vulnerable to SQL input?
Pages - can pages behind the wall be accessed without logging in?
URL Manipulation - can the URLs be edited to gain access where it should not be allowed?
Multiple accounts - can different accounts be logged in at the same time in the same browser?
Cookies - can they be edited? disabled?
Login - is it possible to login successfully? Unsuccessfully?
Logout - if user logs out, do they log out as expected?
Forgot password - does it exist? does the process work? Is it prone to security failure? URL
Back and Forward buttons - how does the application cope when using the browser Back and Forward
Remember me - is there a “Remember me” option? Does it as standard? What if password is changed?
Compatibility - is there a need to test in other browsers?
Data - is there a minimum or maximum length of characters? What are the boundaries? What are the
Error handling - how are errors handled and displayed?
Things you may want to ask yourself...
Is it ready to test?
Do you know anything about how it was built?
Who built it?
Has it been tested before?
Are there any existing problems or concerns?
Is there any thing that gets processed in the background?
Who is the target user?
How responsive is the login screen?
What happens once logged in?
What is the application used for?
What risks are involved?
Do you have anything to be added to this?
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