Fuzz testing with zzuf

Thursday, 26 July 2007, 2:23 PM EST

Fuzz testing, which uses random input to test software for bugs, has been the biggest thing to happen in IT security in quite a while. Now you can quickly and easily direct your own fuzz testing ops, thanks to a cool little program called zzuf.

We can thank stupid users for the fuzz testing craze -- users who enter dates where dollar amounts are supposed to go, or digits where their names belong, or a ZIP code where a Social Security number is expected.

At Linux.com

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