[fuzzing] Do Pictures Help?
cmiller at securityevaluators.com
Fri Nov 2 12:08:04 CDT 2007
Interesting idea. I had a somewhat related idea a while back on how
people visually are better at identifying file structures than tools.
Thus, VisFuzz was born:
well, stillborn would be a better verb since I never quite built the
fuzzing part of it...
On Nov 2, 2007, at 12:58 PM, J.M. Seitz wrote:
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> I threw a post up on OpenRCE regarding the usage of a "visual" to
> determine how to best approach fuzzing a file format.
> Am I way off or could this help target certain spots in a file that
> best suited for being fuzzed? Would it be useful to have the image
> actually use a legend to show a byte offset range?
> Anyways, really looking for some feedback more than anything.
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