[Full-disclosure] List of Fuzzers
0xjbrown41 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 6 19:00:15 GMT 2009
Your right, Yahoo! Messenger, Adobe Acrobat, and Firefox only have
around 1000 users worldwide (yes, they all were pubically DoS).
On Fri, Mar 6, 2009 at 1:43 PM, julio sanchez <pete.sanches at gmail.com> wrote:
>> What have you ever written? Let us see some of your code to poke fun
>> of. If it is as imperfect as you then we'd have a day of fun.
> If i would release something it will be planified, and inovative, i dont
> submit shit for fun or fake fame
>> >What's hilarious is that none of them are usefull :)
>> 90% of the research above were found by fuzzing, and those are public.
>> Clearly my fuzzers are useful.
> The IE overhyped bug wasn't found with any of your fuzzers, and also do you
> need a fuzzer to find a bug in konqueror ?
> The rest of theses lists are once again useless bugs, because these software
> are used by ~1000 users worldwide.
> Let me clarify this: i don't say you cant crash some useless
> cnet/download/.com software
> with your fuzzer, i only say that you cant beat any widly used software with
> your fuzzing methods.
> If you really knew what mean "Intelligent Fuzzing", we wouldn't have this
> discution right now.
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