LibAFL – Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot Your Fuzzer Together In Rust! Scales Across Cores And Machines. For Windows, Android, MacOS, Linux, No_Std, …

Advanced Fuzzing Library – Slot your own fuzzers together and extend their features using Rust. LibAFL is written and maintained by Andrea Fioraldi [email protected] and Dominik Maier [email protected] Why LibAFL? LibAFL gives you many of the benefits of an off-the-shelf fuzzer, while being completely customizable. Some highlight features currently include: fast: We do everything weRead More

RESTler – The First Stateful REST API Fuzzing Tool For Automatically Testing Cloud Services Through Their REST APIs And Finding Security And Reliability Bugs In These Services

RESTler is the first stateful REST API fuzzing tool for automatically testing cloud services through their REST APIs and finding security and reliability bugs in these services. For a given cloud service with an OpenAPI/Swagger specification, RESTler analyzes its entire specification, and then generates and executes tests that exercise the service through its REST API.Read More

UAFuzz – Binary-level Directed Fuzzing For Use-After-Free Vulnerabilities

Directed Greybox Fuzzing (DGF) like AFLGo aims to perform stress testing on pre-selected potentially vulnerable target locations, with applications to different security contexts: (1) bug reproduction, (2) patch testing or (3) static analysis report verification. There are recently more research work that improved directed fuzzing’s effectiveness and efficiency (see awesome-directed-fuzzing). We propose UAFuzz which isRead More

Py3Webfuzz – A Python3 Module To Assist In Fuzzing Web Applications

Based on pywebfuzz, Py3webfuzz is a Python3 module to assist in the identification of vulnerabilities in web applications, Web Services through brute force, fuzzing and analysis. The module does this by providing common testing values, generators and other utilities that would be helpful when fuzzing web applications, API endpoints and developing web exploits. py3webfuzz hasRead More

FLUFFI (Fully Localized Utility For Fuzzing Instantaneously) – A Distributed Evolutionary Binary Fuzzer For Pentesters

FLUFFI – A distributed evolutionary binary fuzzer for pentesters. About the project High level overview Getting started Usage HOWTOs Technical Details Contributing to FLUFFI LICENSE Bugs found So far, FLUFFI was almost exclusively used on SIEMENS products and solutions. Bugs found therein will not be published. However, FLUFFI found the following published bugs (please helpRead More

CWFF – Create Your Custom Wordlist For Fuzzing

CWFF is a tool that creates a special High quality fuzzing/content discovery wordlist for you at the highest speed possible using concurrency and it’s heavily inspired by @tomnomnom‘s Who, What, Where, When, Wordlist #NahamCon2020.Usage CWFF [-h] [–threads] [–github] [–subdomains] [–recursive] [–js-libraries] [–connected-websites] [–juicy-files] [–use-filter-model] [-o] domainpositional arguments: domain Target website(ofc)optional arguments: -h, –help Show thisRead More

WordListGen – Super Simple Python Word List Generator For Fuzzing And Brute Forcing In Python

Super Simple Python Word List Generator for Password Cracking (Hashcat)!I know what your are thinking. Why create another word list generator? Well, I needed something very simple I could modify on the fly to get the exact character generators for the task at hand. This script is fully functional in its own right, but intendedRead More

OSS-Fuzz – Continuous Fuzzing Of Open Source Software

Fuzz testing is a well-known technique for uncovering programming errors in software. Many of these detectable errors, like buffer overflow, can have serious security implications. Google has found thousands of security vulnerabilities and stability bugs by deploying guided in-process fuzzing of Chrome components, and we now want to share that service with the open sourceRead More

Frida API Fuzzer – This Experimetal Fuzzer Is Meant To Be Used For API In-Memory Fuzzing

This experimental fuzzer is meant to be used for API in-memory fuzzing.The design is highly inspired and based on AFL/AFL++.ATM the mutator is quite simple, just the AFL’s havoc and splice stages.I tested only the examples under tests/, this is a WIP project but is known to works at least on GNU/Linux x86_64 and AndroidRead More