The method of testing the functional behavior of the system from the point of view of the external world, in which knowledge of the internal arrangement of the tested object is not used. Under the strategy is meant systematic methods of selecting and creating tests for the test suite.
In penetration testing, black-box testing refers to a methodology where an ethical hacker has no knowledge of the system being attacked. The goal of a black-box penetration test is to simulate an external hacking or cyber warfare attack.
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