SNOOZE: Toward a Stateful NetwOrk prOtocol fuzZEr

  title={SNOOZE: Toward a Stateful NetwOrk prOtocol fuzZEr},
  author={Greg Banks and Marco Cova and Viktoria Felmetsger and Kevin C. Almeroth and Richard A. Kemmerer and Giovanni Vigna},
Fuzzing is a well-known black-box approach to the security testing of applications. Fuzzing has many advantages in terms of simplicity and effectiveness over more complex, expensive testing approaches. Unfortunately, current fuzzing tools suffer from a number of limitations, and, in particular, they provide little support for the fuzzing of stateful protocols. In this paper, we present SNOOZE, a tool for building flexible, securityoriented, network protocol fuzzers. SNOOZE implements a stateful… CONTINUE READING
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