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Fuzz Testing

Fuzz Testing:

Fuzz testing is a technique for testing software by providing it with invalid or unexpected inputs. The goal of fuzz testing is to find bugs and security vulnerabilities that would not be found through traditional testing methods. Fuzz testing tools generate random or semi-random inputs and then monitor the program’s behavior for crashes, errors, or other unexpected behavior.



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Benefits of Fuzz Testing:

Limitations of Fuzz Testing:

Fuzz Testing Tools:


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Before you can do fuzz testing, you need to have the following in place:

Once you have all of these things in place, you can start fuzz testing your software.

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What’s next?

After you have fuzz tested your software, the next steps will depend on the results of the fuzz testing.

If the fuzz testing found bugs or security vulnerabilities:

If the fuzz testing did not find any bugs or vulnerabilities:

Other things to consider:

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