[Full-disclosure] WinAppDbg version 1.2 is out!
Mario Alejandro Vilas Jerez
mvilas at gmail.com
Tue Jun 16 19:45:27 BST 2009
Basically it's got some different features than PyDbg and a more
complete documentation. If you have an *existing* project built upon
PyDbg it's probably not worth switching (unless you've hit some very
bad problem with it) but I believe it's better for newer projects, as
this new library is more flexible and scalable.
It doesn't have a fuzzing platform like Sulley. It does however have
some tools that can be useful when fuzzing, particularly one that
attaches to a program as a debugger and logs the crashes it finds,
using some simple heuristics to avoid logging the same crash twice.
Let me know if you decide to give it a try, I'll help in anything I can :)
On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 3:26 PM, Jared
DeMott<jdemott at crucialsecurity.com> wrote:
> Can you compare/contrast with pydbg so I can understand why I might want
> to give it a try? Do you have a fuzzing platform like Sulley for it as
> well? Thx!
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