Posts Tagged "Fuzzing"

Network testing solutions are critical to the security of enterprise-scale infrastructures. Comprehensive testing of online infrastructure in a network environment including applications running before or after deployment should be required for hardened protection against breaches, hacks, and attacks on the network under load with real, reliable and repeatable traffic.

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How do you test against security threats you don't know exist?  In a previous blog we looked at how testing with signatures can be used to reduce known security threats.  However, for unknown threats, an alternative such as fuzzing testing needs to be employed.  Fuzzing testing passes random data through network protocols, API calls, and file streams—virtually anywhere applications and devices receive inputs. One of the goals is to determine whether any of this random input can crash or hang an application, bring down a website or put a device in a compromised state.

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