Risks in Testing?

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Functional software testing
Functional testing
Manual Testing
Can ayone tell me what are the different kinds(Internal and External)Risks while conductiong testing?

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Risk are events that has a chance of occurance and a potential loss if it occurs.

There are several types of risk and testers have to take these into account when creating test plans.

Some risks are

scope creep,
budget risks (due to estimation or cost),
operational risks (insufficient resources, etc),
technical risks (new technology, unknown technology, emerging trends, etc)
Lack of understanding of requirements
Hardware issues
Change of requirments
Lack of design documents
Security breeches
Poor design

Testers have to really take into account these risks when planning for testing.

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  • MelanieYarbrough
    Hi Suman10125, What sort of testing are you planning to do? We will need more details to be able to provide a helpful answer. Thanks! Melanie
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  • Isaackakanyetso
    give 3 technical risks that are relate to Design when testing a website
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