CVE Hunting with Fuzzing
In this webinar, we will show you how we have found a CVE in the open-source barcode generator ZINT with feedback-based fuzzing.
Feedback-based fuzzing is a modern fuzzing technique used for security and stability testing of the codebase. The software under test is fed with a series of inputs, which are purposefully mutated in the testing process. The testing tool gets feedback about the code covered during the execution of inputs. Unlike traditional or black-box fuzzing, feedback-based fuzzing explores the program state efficiently and discovers bugs hidden deep in the code. In recent years, feedback-based fuzzing has experienced an unmatched success story. For example, over 16,000 bugs have been found in Google Chrome.
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