Fuzz analysis

Fuzz analysis is a software-testing technique used by auditors and developers to test their applications against unexpected, invalid, and random sets of data input. The response will then be noticed in terms of an exception or a crash thrown by these applications. This activity uncovers some of the major vulnerabilities in the software, which are not possible to discover otherwise. These include buffer overflows, format strings, code injections, dangling pointers, race conditions, denial of service conditions, and many other types of vulnerabilities.

There are different classes of fuzzers available in Kali Linux, which can be used to test the file formats, network protocols, command-line inputs, environmental variables, and web applications. ...

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