I'm assuming you mean "manual testing" in the context of ethical hacking. Given that you need to consider looking...
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If you are indeed dealing in terms of "ethical hacking," I can certainly point you in some positive directions and to some good resources. Recently, I have written a number of tips and expert responses dealing with hacking one's own application and or software. Here is a list of a few of them I hope you will find useful.
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