ApTest maintains a Software Testing and Test Tools Resources page that lists test tools.
StickyMinds.com has a searcheable tools guide.
Ovum Ltd. -- an English market research company -- publishes and sells a large number of reports on a wide range of computing and communications technology topics, including testing tools. Ovum Ltd., Cardinal Tower, 12 Farringdon Road, London EC1M 3HS, United Kingdom Phone: +44 (0) 20 7551 9000. See web site for contact information in other countries. http://www.ovum.com/.
Rick Hower's Software QA/Test Resource Center has an extensive list of web-related test tools at http://www.softwareqatest.com/qatweb1.html.
Maurice Siteur has lists of tools on his Automate your testing web site. The list is in Dutch, but it's not too difficult for an English-speaker to decipher, since the tool names tend to be in English.
QAForums.com hosts discussions about several specific test tools.
Defect tracking tools are listed in the Problem Management Tools Summary, which is part of the FAQ for the comp.software.config-mgmt newsgroup.
Opensourcetesting.org has lists of open source test tools.
www.bug-tracking.info is a portal focusing on bug tracking, associated with a commercial vendor but providing fairly broad coverage of the topic.
KnowledgeStorm has reports on a number of test tools. Personal information must be entered to register and access the contents on the site.
Rodney C. Wilson, UNIX Test Tools and Benchmarks, Prentice Hall, 1995 (ISBN 0-13-125634-3) is a primer on testing and tools to help with the task. The book is out of print, but sometimes available through used book outlets.
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