What Can You Expect?

In this hacking session, Simon Resch demonstrates a new fuzzing approach that allows you to test your entire microservice environment at once, with a simple plug-and-play setup for JVM-based web services.

Web Applications are growing increasingly complex. It is not enough to ensure the security of each individual service; you also need to secure their interaction, which often leads to complex behavior. This can be exhausting and requires a lot of manual work.

Preview: Setting up Fuzzing for Web Services

In this excerpt from the hacking session, Simon demonstrates a fuzzing set-up for the german version of the Covid-19 tracing app.

This Hacking Session Covers

  • Finding security vulnerabilities in open source software
  • Reduce manual effort in testing
  • Increase your test coverage
  • Plug & play fuzzing for Java (easy setup)
  • Advanced API/REST fuzzing

Which Advantages Does the New Fuzzing Approach Offer?

With this new approach, you will be able to apply coverage-guided fuzz testing to a whole microservice environment. This will enable you to secure your web application with all their inter-dependencies, which will eventually improve your code coverage and increase your development speed.

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