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How to Load Test WSDL Authentication with JMeter

Easily load test WSDL with this ultimate guide. Learn HTTP basic and SoapHeader authentication with JMeter to test like a pro. Master authentication testing.

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George Maksimenko

Security Testing With JMeter - Learn How

Utilize security testing with JMeter. Learn how to run security tests with JMeter from this guide. Check out this overview of security testing abilities with JMeter.

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Roman Aladev

How to Load Test OCSP with JMeter

JMeter can load test OCSP responders or services responsible for providing certificate statuses, by checking the status of X.509 certificates. Click and learn how to do it yourself!

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Konstantine Firsanov

How to Load Test SAML SSO Secured Websites with JMeter

Many websites use tokens for authenticating users in distributed SSO (single sign on) systems. In this blog post we will go over implementing JMeter scripts for load testing web services that use SAML tokens for client authentication and security.

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Konstantine Firsanov

Recording HTTPS Traffic with JMeter's Proxy Server

  If you read our article, JMeter's Superpower: The HTTP Proxy Server, then you already know how to use JMeter's Proxy Server to record HTTP traffic.   But what if a website uses SSL encryption?    Then, you better make some configuration changes. Here's how.

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Bob Meliev

Take the Pain out of Load Testing Secure Web Services

There’s no getting around the fact that security is a major consideration for any website or app. Sure, if you’re sharing public information like weather forecasts or currency exchange rates, you can allow anonymous user access. But, in many cases, you’ll need to apply some sort of restricted access to sensitive or private data.   This is more secure for your user...but much more of a headache for you!  

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Dmitri Tikhanski

Windows Authentication with Apache JMeter

 In our previous post we discussed handling pages and resources that are protected with Basic HTTP Authentication.  In this post we will provide a walkthrough of how to deal with advanced external authentication mechanisms with Apache JMeter, focusing on Windows protocols of NTLM and

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Dmitri Tikhanski