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Steganography: A New Cyberattack Tool

As the world literally plunges into an IoT dependent society and a tech-dependent lifestyle, the associated threats of identity theft, data loss and damage and malicious online attacks also increase day-by-day. With a number of technological tools and software-based applications and consumer electronic machines, the common man has extensively integrated tech into his/her personal and professional lives. While mobile technology runs and manage our daily routines on the go, the internet-based professional tools manage our personal economy at every frame of a second. However, under the pretense of being technologically connected, our activities via our accounts under a single electronic identity, online banking, cloud-based data storage, and social media presence has left us vulnerable to threats spread all across the web, unseen and unknown. In the midst of Ransomware, Emotet, and Fileless Manager, the hackers have “re-engineered” a communication medium to pose danger to our electronic identities and lives.

Steganography: A Medium of Secret Communication

Steganography is an old-age medium of communicating messages, which was in ancient used by rebels and members of the resistance to avoid detection or suspicion of ruling authorities. When cryptography, where messages were written in encrypted formats such as code, cryptography, steganography conceals the actual message inside another form of text or image, thus, hiding the entire fact of any secret message being transported and helping in avoiding suspicion or scrutiny.

What is Digital Steganography?

It’s basically transporting an encoded message, text or file enclosed in disguise inside another file called “carrier”, which can be anything from a simple notepad extension to a file containing some audio or visual media.  The media files are more compatible with performing undetectable steganography. An image file can be altered into its hundredth pixel to encode a message inside it, which would be impossible to detect unless someone explicitly searches for it. However, in order to detect any steganography act, the maker of the particular message would require to set the message scrambled in order, as a direct message would be easily detectable.

For a long period of history, Steganography has remained absent from digital electronic communication, posing almost zero threat to anti-malware software and other software and internet-based platforms. However, it has come to light that the cyber attackers might be using encoded or encrypted Trojan-laced “stegware” into messages, docs, images, or video files to violate the digital lines of defense and extract and exploit user information.

A perfect place to launch a stegware is on social media. The encrypted malware can be attached to all sorts of images and texts on social media posts and can attack the user’s system, thus breaching all security measures. It can be said that Malvertising uses stegware

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Also Read: Wi-Fi Eavesdropping a Serious Threat

What Stegware Can Do?

Since the trojan is hidden in a relative order inside a “carrier” file, the stegware mostly goes undetected and thus, leaving anti-malware measures vulnerable to protection. The trojan command or file inside the carrier can therefore stay in the system and extract user information in particular order. This way the hackers won’t need to penetrate security and grab instant access to files but can carry out their malicious activity per a pre-devised plan.

The risks of Steganography are mostly associated with attacks on corporate servers, which can be hacked to retrieve crucial information that may hamper the economic stability of those particular corporations. Moreover, steganography can be heavily used in State-funded Cyberattacks that are basically carried out against a ruling government and destabilize its political power and position via accessing its server-based data files and records.

 Stegware is a stealth malware and hence, is almost impossible to detect it. It is mostly unseen to the human eye and would require a skilled person to detect such kind of malware. Thus, it’s better to take precautions for wiping out any malware from your systems rather than just detecting them for further quarantine. Following are some measures that one should prefer to prevent stegware attacks;

Always use updated anti-malware software with a properly functioning file delivery and downloading control mechanism. This would basically prevent you from loading files from unknown sources into your systems.

Do not download any software from an unknown source; only used an approved platform to retrieve a download link for any software or application.

Do not accept files with untrusted electronic signatures.

Network monitoring (especially among corporate systems) is essential. The payload delivery of files, emails, and documents should be monitored.

Segment the network into sub-networks to separate functions performed digitally at different corporate level. This makes network monitoring simple and to contain or limit a digital breach in one sub-network.

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Could Facebook Vip Be A Useful Marketing Tool?

We’re going to be brutally honest here. With a few exceptions, no one on Facebook cares if your car breaks down or that you’re having the time of your life while on vacation in Hawaii. A celebrity, on the hand, is a completely different story.

As a whole, society is fixated with celebrities. We complain about it all we want, but we’re all hooked. We don’t want to know what clothes a celebrity is wearing, where they’re eating lunch or who they’re currently dating. We have to know. Which is kind of a problem for Facebook. Because when it comes to celebrities and social media, Twitter is the preferred choice.

So, how can Facebook and its 1 billion users compete with the  140 character  format? How about a mobile app appropriately titled Facebook VIP?

Facebook stated the following on the project to the Los Angeles Times:

“We are currently testing some mobile features designed to help public figures interact with their fans,” Facebook said in an emailed statement. “We are testing these features with a small group of partners and will share more details should we roll it out more widely.”

While this may not sound extremely revolutionary, if Facebook VIP takes off, it could be a beneficial tool for online marketing.

It’s a give-in that this format will be used to pedal whatever projects a star has lined-up – a new movie, album, event, etc. – but it could also be used for brands to sell or promote new products or services.

Is it that far fetched to have Coca-Cola pay Channing Tatum to post an image of him enjoying their product with a text on the lines of “Nothing beats an ice-cold Coke after a long day on the set”? By the way, you’re welcome Coke for the new ad campaign.

While major brands could utilize Facebook VIP as a new ad format, it could be used to promote online articles, books, causes or political beliefs onto the general public. Just think of it as what Facebook is now. Just more interesting because celebrities are mentioning the same exact things. And, we actually listen when they speak.

It’s an interesting option for Facebook that may have come too late. But, we’ll find out once the company analyzes the data found from the tests.

Until then, what do you think of Facebook VIP? Do you like the idea of keeping up and interacting with your favorite celebrity? Do you think brands could use Facebook VIP as a marketing tool as well?

Loadrunner Testing Tool – Components & Architecture

What is LoadRunner?

LoadRunner is a Performance Testing tool which was pioneered by Mercury in 1999. LoadRunner was later acquired by HPE in 2006. In 2024, LoadRunner was acquired by MicroFocus.

LoadRunner supports various development tools, technologies and communication protocols. In fact, this is the only tool in market which supports such a large number of protocols to conduct Performance Testing. Performance Test Results produced by LoadRunner software are used as a benchmark against other tools

LoadRunner Video

Why LoadRunner?

LoadRunner is not only pioneer tool in Performance Testing, but it is still a market leader in the Performance Testing paradigm. In a recent assessment, LoadRunner has about 85% market share in Performance Testing industry.

Broadly, LoadRunner tool supports RIA (Rich Internet Applications), Web 2.0 (HTTP/HTML, Ajax, Flex and Silverlight etc.), Mobile, SAP, Oracle, MS SQL Server, Citrix, RTE, Mail and above all, Windows Socket. There is no competitor tool in the market which could offer such wide variety of protocols vested in a single tool.

What is more convincing to pick LoadRunner in software testing is the credibility of this tool. LoadRunner tool has long established a reputation as often you will find clients cross verifying your performance benchmarks using LoadRunner. You’ll find relief if you’re already using LoadRunner for your performance testing needs.

LoadRunner software is tightly integrated with other HP Tools like Unified Functional Test (QTP) & ALM (Application Lifecycle Management) with empowers you to perform your end to end Testing Processes.

LoadRunner works on a principal of simulating Virtual Users on the subject application. These Virtual Users also termed as VUsers, replicate client’s requests and expect a corresponding response to passing a transaction.

Why do you need Performance Testing?

An estimated loss of 4.4 billion in revenue is recorded annually due to poor web performance.

Only a 5-minute downtime of chúng tôi (19-Aug-13) is estimated to cost the search giant as much as $545,000.

It’s estimate that companies lost sales worth $1100 per second due to a recent Amazon Web Service Outage.

When a software system is deployed by an organization, it may encounter many scenarios that possibly result in performance latency. A number of factors cause decelerating performance, few examples may include:

Increased number of records present in the database

Increased number of simultaneous requests made to the system

a larger number of users accessing the system at a time as compared to the past

What is LoadRunner Architecture?

Broadly speaking, the architecture of HP LoadRunner is complex, yet easy to understand.

LoadRunner Architecture Diagram

Suppose you are assigned to check the performance of chúng tôi for 5000 users

In a real-life situation, these all these 5000 users will not be at homepage but in a different section of the websites. How can we simulate differently.

VUGen:

VUGen or Virtual User Generator is an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) or a rich coding editor. VUGen is used to replicate System Under Load (SUL) behavior. VUGen provides a “recording” feature which records communication to and from client and Server in form of a coded script – also called VUser script.

So considering the above example, VUGen can record to simulate following business processes:

Checkout

Payment Processing

Checking MyAccount Page

Controller

Once a VUser script is finalized, Controller is one of the main LoadRunner components which controls the Load simulation by managing, for example:

How many VUsers to simulate against each business process or VUser Group

Behavior of VUsers (ramp up, ramp down, simultaneous or concurrent nature etc.)

Nature of Load scenario e.g. Real Life or Goal Oriented or verifying SLA

Which injectors to use, how many VUsers against each injector

Collate results periodically

IP Spoofing

Error reporting

Transaction reporting etc.

Taking an analogy from our example controller will add the following parameter to the VUGen Script

2) 750 Users are in Checkout

3) 500 Users are performing Payment Processing

4) 250 Users are Checking MyAccount Page ONLY after 500 users have done Payment Processing

Even more complex scenarios are possible

Initiate 5 VUsers every 2 seconds till a load of 3500 VUsers (surfing Amazon product page) is achieved.

Iterate for 30 minutes

Suspend iteration for 25 VUsers

Re-start 20 VUSers

Initiate 2 users (in Checkout, Payment Processing, MyAccounts Page) every second.

2500 VUsers will be generated at Machine A

2500 VUsers will be generated at Machine B

Agents Machine/Load Generators/Injectors

HP LoadRunner Controller is responsible to simulate thousands of VUsers – these VUsers consume hardware resources for example processor and memory – hence putting a limit on the machine which is simulating them. Besides, Controller simulates these VUsers from the same machine (where Controller resides) & hence the results may not be precise. To address this concern, all VUsers are spread across various machines, called Load Generators or Load Injectors.

As a general practice, Controller resides on a different machine and load is simulated from other machines. Depending upon the protocol of VUser scripts and machine specifications, a number of Load Injectors may be required for full simulation. For example, VUsers for an HTTP script will require 2-4MB per VUser for simulation, hence 4 machines with 4 GB RAM each will be required to simulate a load of 10,000 VUsers.

Taking Analogy from our Amazon Example, the output of this component will be

Analysis:

Once Load scenarios have been executed, the role of “Analysis” components of LoadRunner comes in.

During the execution, Controller creates a dump of results in raw form & contains information like, which version of LoadRunner created this results dump and what were configurations.

These graphs show various trends to understand the reasoning behind errors and failure under load; thus help to figure whether optimization is required in SUL, Server (e.g. JBoss, Oracle) or infrastructure.

Below is an example where bandwidth could be creating a bottleneck. Let’s say Web server has 1GBps capacity whereas the data traffic exceeds this capacity causing subsequent users to suffer. To determine system caters to such needs, Performance Engineer needs to analyze application behavior with an abnormal load. Below is a graph LoadRunner generates to elicit bandwidth.

How to Do Performance Testing

Performance Testing Roadmap can be broadly divided into 5 steps:

Planning for Load Test

Create VUGen Scripts

Scenario Creation

Scenario Execution

Results Analysis (followed by system tweaking)

Now that you’ve LoadRunner installed, let’s understand the steps involved in the process one by one.

Steps involved in Performance Testing process

Step 1) Planning for the Load Test

Planning for Performance Testing is different from planning a SIT (System Integration Testing) or UAT (User Acceptance Testing). Planning can be further divided into small stages as described below:

Assemble Your Team

When getting started with LoadRunner Testing, it is best to document who will be participating in the activity from each team involved during the process.

Project Manager:

Nominate the project manager who will own this activity and serve as point person for escalation.

Function Expert/ Business Analyst:

Provide Usage Analysis of SUL & provides expertise on business functionality of website/SUL

Performance Testing Expert:

Creates the automated performance tests and executes load scenarios

System Architect:

Provides blueprint of the SUL

Web Developer and SME:

Maintains website & provide monitoring aspects

Develops website and fixes bugs

System Administrator:

Maintains involved servers throughout a testing project

Outline applications and Business Processes involved:

Successful Load Testing requires that you plan to carry out certain business process. A Business Process consists of clearly defined steps in compliance with desired business transactions – so as to accomplish your load testing objectives.

A requirements metric can be prepared to elicit user load on the system. Below is an example of an attendance system in a company:

In the above example, the figures mention the number of users connected to the application (SUL) at given hour. We can extract the maximum number of users connected to a business process at any hour of the day which is calculated in the rightmost columns.

Similarly, we can conclude the total number of users connected to the application (SUL) at any hour of the day. This is calculated in the last row.

The above 2 facts combined give us the total number of users with which we need to test the system for performance.

Define Test Data Management Procedures

Statistics and observations drawn from Performance Testing are greatly influenced by numerous factors as briefed earlier. It is of critical significance to prepare Test Data for Performance Testing. Sometimes, a particular business process consumes a data set and produces a different data set. Take below example:

A user ‘A’ creates a financial contract and submits it for review.

Another user ‘B’ approves 200 contracts a day created by user ‘A’

Another user ‘C’ pays about 150 contracts a day approved by user ‘B’

In this situation, User B need to have 200 contracts ‘created’ in the system. Besides, user C needs 150 contracts as “approved” in order to simulate a load of 150 users.

This implicitly means that you must create at least 200+150= 350 contracts.

After that, approve 150 contracts to serve as Test data for User C – the remaining 200 contracts will serve as Test Data for User B.

Outline Monitors

Speculate each and every factor which could possibly affect the performance of a system. For example, having reduced hardware will have potential impact on the SUL(System Under Load) performance.

Enlist all factors and set up monitors so you can gauge them. Here are few examples:

Processor (for Web Server, Application Server, Database Server, and Injectors)

RAM (for Web Server, Application Server, Database Server, and Injectors)

Web/App Server (for example IIS, JBoss, Jaguar Server, Tomcat etc)

DB Server (PGA and SGA size in case of Oracle and MSSQL Server, SPs etc.)

Network bandwidth utilization

Internal and External NIC in case of clustering

Load Balancer (and that it is distributing load evenly on all nodes of clusters)

Data flux (calculate how much data moves to and from client and server – then calculate if a capacity of NIC is sufficient to simulate X number of users)

Step 2) Create VUGen Scripts

Next step after planning is to create VUser scripts.

Step 3) Scenario Creation

Next step is to create your Load Scenario

Step 4) Scenario Execution

Scenario execution is where you emulate user load on the server by instructing multiple VUsers to perform tasks simultaneously.

You can set the level of a load by increasing and decreasing the number of VUsers that perform tasks at the same time.

This execution may result in the server to go under stress and behave abnormally. This is the very purpose of the performance Testing. The results drawn are then used for detailed analysis and root cause identification.

Step 5) Results Analysis (followed by system tweaking)

Some of the graphs obtained include:

Time to the First buffer

Transaction Response Time

Average Transaction Response Time

Hits Per Second

Windows Resources

Errors Statistics

Transaction Summary

FAQ Which Applications should we Performance Test?

Performance Testing is always done for client-server based systems only. This means, any application which is not a client-server based architecture, must not require Performance Testing.

For example, Microsoft Calculator is neither client-server based nor it runs multiple users; hence it is not a candidate for Performance Testing.

What is the difference between Performance Testing & Performance Engineering

It is of significance to understand the difference between Performance Testing and Performance Engineering. An understanding is shared below:

Performance Testing is a discipline concerned with testing and reporting the current performance of a software application under various parameters.

Performance engineering is the process by which software is tested and tuned with the intent of realizing the required performance. This process aims to optimize the most important application performance trait i.e. user experience.

Historically, testing and tuning have been distinctly separate and often competing realms. In the last few years, however, several pockets of testers and developers have collaborated independently to create tuning teams. Because these teams have met with significant success, the concept of coupling performance testing with performance tuning has caught on, and now we call it performance engineering.

Friday 5: A New Apple Pencil

Looking for a few apps to keep you entertained this weekend? Then have a look at the latest edition of Friday 5. Inside, we discuss Linea — a brand new sketch app with Apple Pencil support. We also talk about Moonlight, an app that lets you stream NVIDIA GameStream-compatible games to an iOS device. Those, and three additional apps are on the docket for this week’s edition of Friday 5. Have a look at our brief hands-on video inside for the full rundown.

If you’re looking for a simple and straightforward sketchbook app that’s easy to pick up and use, then Linea is solid choice. Although it can work with just a finger, it’s especially good when paired with the Apple Pencil. Linea features low latency drawing with the Apple Pencil that’s similar to experience had when using the stock Notes app. But Linea is much deeper than the drawing tools found within Notes. The ability to use your finger as an eraser is particularly well done, as are the built-in backgrounds and storyboard options that make it easy for conceptual designers to get started quickly.

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Thanks to our recent eGPU tutorials, I’ve found myself playing games on my GTX 1050ti-powered MacBook Pro via Windows. As such, I thought it would be neat to check out Moonlight, an iOS app that can stream games from NVIDIA GameStream-compatible systems.

Although it’s not perfect, I was impressed to be able to play Portal using my Steel Series Nimbus controller paired to my iPad Pro. If you have a GameStream-compatible setup, Moonlight is definitely worth experimenting with.

Battery life, or the lack thereof, continues to be a major concern for MacBook Pro owners. Volta is a brand new utility that allows users to have more fine-grained control over a hardware element that’s partially responsible for eating into battery life — the Intel i-series processor.

Volta lets users reduce the voltage supplied to the processor, disable the automatic Turbo Boost overclock, and establish a definitive power limit. Although we’ve yet to test Volta extensively enough to come to an adequate conclusion, in theory it should improve battery life under the right circumstances. Unfortunately, the app requires users to modify System Integrity Protection, so it won’t be for everyone.

If you’re a developer, an artist, or anyone else who regularly deals with colors on the Mac, then Drop is a color picker that may interest you.

One thing that sets Drop apart from other color pickers, such as the one built into macOS, is that it features Touch Bar integration. Users can mix colors directly from the Touch Bar interface and quickly select saved colors from there as well.

You more than likely already have the YouTube app installed on your iPhone, but did you know that the app contains a handy 10 second skip feature?

A simple double tap on the left or right side of an in-progress video will let you skip 10 seconds in either direction when watching your favorite videos.

What apps do you recommend?

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Online Value Propositions – Your Online Sales Tool

Examples of how to communicate your offer effectively

Simply put, value propositions are the reasons retailers use to persuade us to buy products or services from them rather than competitors. From a retailer’s perspective we also consider them sales tools. This includes benefits provided by products/services or even the website, functionality, customer service, loyalty schemes etc.

This tends to be done really well by retailers offline, but for some reason online value proposition (OVPs) becomes a watery-at-best version – and this is something that is quite possibly MORE important online than offline.

Yes, there are lots of other elements which must be considered when it comes to website design, but you must ensure that you don’t lose sight of your OVP and that it is visible through the user journey- not just when they hit the home page of your website.

Examples of including your value proposition across customer journeys

So if your site already has good calls to action and the traffic coming to site is relevant yet you still have a relatively low conversion rate – the answer could be the lack of an OVP. But with so many different value propositions, how do you choose one and who does this well?

Simply put, you can have more than one for different audiences, channels and situations. It’s just important to ensure that you use the most appropriate OVP for the channel because value propositions can be communicated even before a consumer reaches your site.

For example, chúng tôi have included OVPs in their title and meta tags so that the consumer is aware at the stage that they are browsing on Google that they offer free delivery, great deals and gifts for all occasions.

The reinforcement of OVPs run throughout the site with the free delivery proposition again being reinforced at category level:

Free delivery, positive customer feedback scores and their ‘Superpoints’ loyalty scheme savings feature at product level:

So in terms of the bottom line, what does having an OVP actually mean? Some tests we have conducted on our clients have provided some really interesting results.

For higher ticket branded items it was a different OVP included in the Meta description – detailing that they were Official Suppliers- which resulted in the increased CTR, where all other on-page OVPs remained the same.

In other on-page examples, the inclusion of an OVP in the header image on the top right of a client’s site (every page, site wide) resulted in an over 30% increase in the goal conversion rate on that site. For OVPs to provide these kind of conversion increases, it is important to be aware that they must be highlighted site wide- through every step of the buying process (remember you only have between 8-13 seconds to get across what your OVP is).

But as touched on in the meta description example, it is also very important to understand the different personas of people using your site to enable you to identify which OVP is likely to work best for which persona.

In the above example on our clients’ site, CTRs to lower priced products’ pages increased as a result of pushing their ‘Free delivery and Returns’ OVP. Yet on their high ticket items it was the ‘Official Supplier’ OVP which worked. So understand the customer journey and buying decisions of your customers to work out which OVP is most suited to different personas.

Taking another look back at the chúng tôi example you can see how they change their OVP to suit their different personas. In this example for customers looking for appliance they push the OVP that they have a great range of ‘trusted household brands’ indicating that they are more than well aware of the persona that is likely to look at this category of product:

To sum it up your OVP is one part of your online sales team. If you don’t put prompts in place to close the sale, your sales tool won’t work! But ensure that you know what value your customer holds dear. You wouldn’t try to push an OVP of huge product choice on a page where you only stocked two products of a brand range would you?

Learn The Working Of The Jmeter Tool

Introduction to JMeter Tool

Performance testing is important in the application and software development life cycle. For example, if many users use websites, APIs, or applications, they should plan how to manage peak traffic over extended periods. There are many tools available in the market to perform load testing. The popular tool is Apache JMeter, which performs a load test on software and web services like REST and SOAP. This article can briefly examine JMeter, its working, configuration, and other features.

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JMeter Tool

JMeter is a popular tool available as open-source and based on Java. It is a performance testing tool that executes protocol-oriented load tests again different software and web services, API, web applications, SOAP, REST, and other web services. Despite being introduced earlier, JMeter remains a powerful tool among other load testing and performance solution tools due to its reliable features.

In simple, JMeter operates by aping visitors to the service or application, enabling the user to create and transfer HTTP requests to the server. Then the statistical data is displayed by collecting the server response data in tables, charts, and reports. From the generated reports, the user can analyze the application’s behavior, perform bottlenecks, and tweak the website to enhance its efficacy or performance; sometimes, the application improves by offering a few productive insights.

It is mandatory to see that JMeter is not a web browser; it functions at a protocol level and can’t support all the changes performed by the user, like rendering JavaScript. Apart from this, JMeter offers temporary solutions for these issues by providing configuration elements like cookie manager, header manager, and cache manager, which support JMeter’s behavior and function as an actual browser.

JMeter is a desktop application based on Java, so to begin this, there are a few perquisites where it should be configured to initiate the performance test. Consider if the user has the latest Java version installed, which should support the minimum system requirements to use JMeter. Compared to other software as a service load testing tool, it consumes additional resources and time.

JMeter is the most common tool by developers in software development, where their team is comfortable executing the load performance tests. JMeter has gained endurance in the market due to its strong community support, extensive documentation, and wide range of best practices available. In addition, it is cost-effective and can be implemented in an enterprise requiring no or minimal resources to get started.

JMeter is free to use and enables the developers to use the source code for development, testing, and training purposes.

JMeter has a friendly graphical user interface that beginners find easy to use and doesn’t require extra time to understand the tool. It has a simple and direct interface.

JMeter is platform-dependent, based on Java, and can be executed on multiple platforms.

The complete multithreading framework allows the JMeter to simultaneously sample varied functions by a distinct thread group. As a result, it increases the concurrency even in multiple thread groups.

It helps to visualize the output result. The test result can be viewed in tables, trees, charts, and log files.

JMeter installation is easy; the user can copy and execute the *bat file into the host machine.

JMeter is highly extensible as it enables the user to compose his test. In addition, it supports plugins to make effective visualization to extend the testing.

JMeter supports multiple protocols, which support testing on web applications and compute performance tests on database servers. JMeter supports all the basic protocols like JDBC, HTTP, JMS, SOAP, LDAP, FTP, and REST.

The record and playback option is one of the remarkable features of JMeter, where the user can record the activities on the browser and produce them on the website using JMeter. Additionally, JMeter allows for seamless integration of testing and scripting capabilities with Selenium and Beanshell, enabling automated testing functionalities.

Working on JMeter Tool

The working of JMeter is simple, and it follows only a few steps to execute the load testing on applications. First, the JMeter makes multiple users send requests to the target server, extracting the performance result from the target server.

JMeter creates multiple requests to the target server and waits for feedback.

Once the server responds to JMeter, it stores and processes all the responses.

The system computes and collects the responses and generates statistical information or a report.

Then the generated report is fed again as a request to the target server.

You can obtain the analytical report in charts, graphs, tables, or trees.

Conclusion

As the rise of software as a service-based tool becomes predominant and rapid technological changes are consistent, the use of JMeter has never faded. JMeter provides the best tool for load testing solutions, and it comes as a package with all the cloud-based solutions with all the support, benefits, and features and is used as a monthly scheme.

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