Fuzzing is often described as a "black box" software testing
technique. It works by automatically feeding a program multiple
input iterations in an attempt to trigger an internal error
indicative of a bug, and potentially crash it. Such program errors
and crashes are indicative of the existence of a security
vulnerability, which can later be researched and fixed.
Fuzz testing is now making a transition from a hacker-grown tool to
a commercial-grade product. There are many different types of
applications that can be fuzzed, many different ways they can be
fuzzed, and a variety of different problems that can be uncovered.
There are also problems that arise during fuzzing; when is enough
enough? These issues and many others are fully explored.
-Learn How Fuzzing Finds Vulnerabilities
Eliminate buffer overflows, format strings and other potential
-Find Coverage of Available Fuzzing Tools
Complete coverage of open source and commercial tools and their
-Build Your Own Fuzzer
Automate the process of vulnerability research by building your own
-Understand How Fuzzing Works within the Development Process
Learn how fuzzing serves as a quality assurance tool for your own
and third-party software
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