Fuzzing : the Past , the Present and the Future

  title={Fuzzing : the Past , the Present and the Future},
  author={Ari Takanen},
Résumé Standards in communication enable new test automation techniques for verification of reliability and security. Fuzzing is a negative software testing method that feeds a program, device or system with malformed and unexpected input data in order to find critical crash-level defects. The tests are targeted at remote interfaces, and will focus on finding issues with invalid data elements, broken syntax of messages, but also unexpected message sequences. This talk will focus on the most… CONTINUE READING
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