AFLTriage: triage crashing input files using a debugger
AFLTriage is a tool to triage crashing input files using a debugger. It is designed to be portable and does not require any run-time dependencies, besides libc and an external debugger. It supports triaging crashes generated by any program, not just AFL, but recognizes AFL directories especially, hence the name.
Some notable features include:
- Multiple report formats: text, JSON, and raw debugger JSON
- Parallel crash triage
- Crash deduplication
- Sanitizer report parsing
- Supports binary targets with or without symbols/debugging information
- Source code and variables will be annotated in reports for context
Currently, it only supports GDB and has only been tested on Linux C/C++ targets. Note that AFLTriage does not classify crashes by potential exploitability. Accurate exploitability classification is very target and scenario-specific and is best left to specialized tools and expert analysts.
Usage of AFLTriage is quite straightforward. You need your inputs to triage, an output directory for reports, and the binary and its arguments to triage.
Similar to AFL the @@ is replaced with the path of the file to be triaged. AFLTriage will take care of the rest.
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