QA Wizard Introduces Resource Thief

Ideal Solution for Stress Testing Microsoft Windows Applications

Cincinnati — October 11, 2012 — QA Wizard, a business unit of Seapine Software, Inc., today announced the release of Resource Thief, a tool to help engineers and QA professionals stress test their software. Resource Thief creates operating system conditions such as low disk space, low system memory, and limited network availability so a program’s behavior can be tested in these normally difficult to simulate situations.

“Resource Thief makes it trivial to establish how desktop applications behave in unfavorable operating environments,” said Rick Riccetti, president of Seapine Software, “and it does this without impacting other applications, including an engineer’s debugging environment or a QA analyst’s automated testing tools.”

Resource Thief is an ideal solution for technical support engineers trying to reproduce customer issues, software engineers testing edge cases during application development, and QA analysts verifying application stability in extreme conditions and meeting minimum system requirements.

Resource Thief is available immediately for Microsoft Windows XP SP2 and later. For additional information on QA Wizard Resource Thief, including pricing, visit

About QA WizardA business unit of Seapine Software, Inc., QA Wizard offers tools to help developers and testers work more efficiently and deliver working software to their customers more frequently.

About Seapine Software
Seapine Software, Inc. is a privately held technology company whose application lifecycle management (ALM) solutions help companies manage the process of developing high-quality complex products—often in regulated industries. Our award-winning ALM solutions drive the creation of recognized brands, life-saving medical devices, even games of the year.

Founded in 1995, Seapine has headquarters in Cincinnati, Ohio, and offices in Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Africa with over 8,500 customers worldwide. For more information, visit

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