Gray Box vs. Black Box Testing

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Q: How can gray box testing be distinguished from black box testing? 


a. In white box testing, the tester has no knowledge of the target. He was given only the company’s name.

b. In black box testing, the tester has complete knowledge of the internal company network.

c. In gray box testing, the tester has to try to gain access into a system using commercially available tools only.

d. In gray box testing, the attacker performs attacks with a normal user account to see if he can escalate privileges. 

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