Five Line Fuzzer in Go

Yesterday I looked at Charlie Miller's simple five line fuzzer written in Python. Today I wrote that same little fuzzer in Go.

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Charlie Miller's Five Line Fuzzer

I've been looking into fuzzing a bit, and as a first step wanted to find the simplest fuzzer I could. I'm not sure if I've actually found the simplest fuzzer, but I did find Charlie Miller's five line fuzzer that he used to find potential exploits in PDF viewers such as Adobe's product and OSX Preview. Five lines is pretty good.

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Linkdrop #5

Privacy is hard.

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Experimenting with Hardening QEMU

In this post I will explore compiling QEMU with less option/drivers, thereby removing some code to theoretically make QEMU more secure.

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Linkdrop #4

Security is hard.

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