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On 6/14/11 3:08 AM, Jukka Ruohonen wrote:
On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 02:43:00PM +0100, Julio Merino wrote:
Not sure. Before adding this to ATF, I'd like to see the code working
in NetBSD along with some use cases for it. When it's proven to be
useful, we can abstract the implementation and move it into ATF. (My
main concern is that I have no idea how this would look like for the use
cases you mention, and would also like to see "wide" acceptance by the
main consumer of ATF before doing this ;-)
ATF would be the natural place to put this. I could write it myself quickly
enough, but I am not too eager to write C++...
Maybe a little design doc with some use cases and examples of the API
and its users would be good to clarify what you have in mind.
I don't think something like this requires a profound design document.
A lot has been however written about fuzzing in the literature. Basically
you just feed random garbage as input to applications, system calls, library
routines, etc. A great deal of security bugs is (still today) found by this
Yes, I know that the concept is simple, but how do you mix this idea
into atf? How do you expose this new feature? I'd like to see some
fictitious test case code samples.
Julio Merino / @jmmv
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