[fuzzing] I have a dream
morin.josh at gmail.com
Thu Mar 29 07:35:13 CDT 2007
It would be nice to have a forum to keep track of projects, information on
fuzzing, and or just general chat about fuzzing.
On 3/29/07, Jared DeMott <demottja at msu.edu> wrote:
> Jerome Athias wrote:
> > Hi list,
> > I think that we often discuss repeatdly the same things on this list.
> > It is interesting to collect ideas of all the members, but it seems, for
> > me, that anybody works also alone on this subject
> > Since it's difficult sometimes to have to select the best resources, the
> > best ideas, ... i think about to have only one board to collect and
> > select all these things
> > "I have a dream..." of a single door to enter in the best and most
> > complete, reliable library on the subject.
> Yes that would be a good thing. http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Fuzzing
> is a decent page. The Wikipedia on fuzzing isn't that great. Both are
> incomplete and don't include any tool analysis. Which tools got links
> seems fairly random too. A more complete work is required. Intro for
> newbies would probably be nice too. Online resources are the best for
> up-to-date information and presenting the raw data + links. However,
> books can be better at explaining and covering an entire discipline such
> as fuzzing. Particularly if a resource is needed for an academic
> setting like a college course.
> I believe there are three Fuzzing books in the making.
> Sutten/Green/Amini, Gadi Evron I think is writing one, and
> Takanen/DeMott are writing one. I believe they're all going to come out
> before the end of this year. (I only know the details of one of those
> three! :) )
> > I know that there is a lot of available resources, websites, tools, etc
> > on fuzzing.
> > Could it be possible to gather them on a wiki for example? I think so.
> > I let you think about this and wait for your feedbacks.
> > A place for this could be the open-online Metasploit book wiki:
> > http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Metasploit
> > Regards,
> > /JA
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