How to Implement Fuzzing for Automotive Software

In our webinar “Modern Fuzzing for Automotive Software”, we will show you how leading enterprises integrate an automated fuzz testing tool into their daily CI pipeline to detect system defects and security vulnerabilities before executing penetration testing. You will learn how to easily benefit from modern fuzzing as part of your CI/CD workflow. Fuzz tests are run automatically with each new code change and incidents are reported promptly in an easy-to-understand dashboard. 

Especially we outline and highlight the specialties of automotive software from a fuzzing point of view in terms of protocols (e.g. Ethernet, CAN), operating systems (e.g. AUTOSAR), and fit-for-purpose security test scenarios (e.g. for ECUs). Smart Fuzzing will achieve high code coverage using feedback loops and avoids dumb fuzzing on the complete intervals / CAN ranges.

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In this webinar, you will...

  • Get an overview of modern fuzzing techniques
  • See, how to detect security vulnerabilities with low manual effort in OSS projects relevant for automotive (live)
  • Experience the potential of fuzzing for development processes used in automotive
  • Learn, how to set-up fuzz testing

 

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How to Implement Fuzzing for Automotive Software

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