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==One Last Point==
If the problems or solutions do not reveal themselves to you, there are hints available to guide you through the lessons. Don’t be too eager, though application testing is 10% technique and 90% lateral thinking. You will learn and remember much more if you struggle through the puzzles posed by the lessons. This will force you through a large number of failed attempts and finally a flash of insight that brings you to the solution. You can blame it on the Goat, but you can’t rely on him.
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If the problems or solutions do not reveal themselves to you, there are hints available to guide you through the lessons. Don’t be too eager, though – application testing is 10% technique and 90% lateral thinking. You will learn and remember much more if you struggle through the puzzles posed by the lessons. This will force you through a large number of failed attempts and finally a flash of insight that brings you to the solution. You can blame it on the Goat, but you can’t rely on him.
  
 
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WebGoat User Guide Table of Contents

Contents


All that remains is to start the WebGoat lessons.

One Last Point

If the problems or solutions do not reveal themselves to you, there are hints available to guide you through the lessons. Don’t be too eager, though – application testing is 10% technique and 90% lateral thinking. You will learn and remember much more if you struggle through the puzzles posed by the lessons. This will force you through a large number of failed attempts and finally a flash of insight that brings you to the solution. You can blame it on the Goat, but you can’t rely on him.

WebGoat User Guide Table of Contents