Release Notes: Zzuf now supports OpenSolaris, and support for OS X and BSD was greatly improved. This release also adds network host filtering and a fully programmable debugging tool.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs, including a crash with library initialization functions that use realloc() before the libc is ready.
Release Notes: This release includes a randomizer with improved bit coverage and support for very low fuzzing ratios (down to one bit on a whole DVD). It also reimplements the dup and dup2 functions, as well as the glibc unlocked stdio functions found in an increasing number of applications.
Release Notes: This release allows the user to select which ports are being fuzzed in network mode. The documentation has been clarified and updated with more use cases.
Release Notes: This release adds support for CPU time limitation and file descriptor cherry-picking. Also, zzuf no longer interferes with other tools using LD_PRELOAD mechanisms.
Release Notes: This bugfix release removes a spurious debug message and fixes an unsaved errno occurrence.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few 64-bit issues. Memory limits now work on OpenBSD and long options work on systems that do not have getopt_long(). The mmap() reimplementation is now less intrusive and does not modify the heap address space.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash in regex handling and improves debugging messages. It is now possible to choose amongst three slightly different fuzzing methods.
Release Notes: This version fixes a minor display problem that reported incorrect seed values for crashed applications.
Release Notes: Zzuf can now select which parts of the input it will fuzz. The readv, pread, recv, recvfrom, and recvmsg functions were implemented, as well as asynchronous I/O. A minor crash and a memory leak were fixed.