Fuzzing is a dynamic testing method used for identifying bugs and vulnerabilities in software. It is mainly 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 fuzzer then gets feedback about the code covered during the execution of inputs. Unlike security testing with just randomized inputs, feedback-based fuzzing explores the program state efficiently and discovers all kinds of bugs hidden deep within the code.
There are some characteristics that make fuzzing extremely useful not only for debugging, but also for security testing:
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