AsiaCamp2011/Schedule/Product and Technology Track/FuzzingAtMozilla

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Fuzzing at Mozilla

  • Speaker: Gary Kwong
  • Time: 15:30, 20 November 2011, Orchid & Dahlia
  • Duration: ~ 35 minutes
  • Summary: Fuzzing, a form of randomized testing, is an integral portion of the testing process at Mozilla. Crashes, hangs, assertions and various security problems, such as memory safety problems, are discovered through fuzzing. Drop by and listen to a high-level overview on how Mozilla makes use of fuzzing to discover these issues, in addition to how one can help out.
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