Fuzzinator: Random Testing Framework
Fuzzinator is a framework helping you to deal with the common fuzzing tasks, like running fuzz jobs, updating the targets, and reducing the inputs that induced failures. The figure below shows a high-level overview of the components of the framework.
Fuzzinator is a fuzzing framework that helps you to automate tasks usually needed during a fuzz session:
- run your favorite test generator and feed the test cases to the system-under-test,
- catch and save the unique issues,
- reduce the failing test cases,
- ease the reporting of issues in bug trackers (e.g., Bugzilla or GitHub),
- regularly update SUTs if needed, and
- schedule multiple SUTs and generators without overloading your workstation.
To help tracking the progress of the fuzzing, Fuzzinator provides two interfaces:
- an interactive TUI (supported on Linux and Mac OS X) that gives a continuously updated overview about the currently running tasks, statistics about the efficacy of the test generators, and the found issues (and also supports reporting them); and
- a dump-mode (supported on every platform) that displays the news on line-based consoles.
pip install fuzzinator
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