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Fuzz is a tool for testing software. It runs the target program repeatedly and provides random data streams to applications in a number of ways and then reports whether the program can be made to crash. It is a similar but more advanced version of the tool used to compile the original fuzz paper.


Recent releases

  •  08 Apr 2010 13:51

    Release Notes: The FreeBSD port works fine now. The no-report option now works correctly.

    •  25 Nov 1999 01:52

      Release Notes: It now reports results to a central repository for coordinated bugfixing. Also uses autoconf and automake. Numerous bugfixes.


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