Cyber Security

Microsoft launches “fuzzing-as-a-service” to help developers find security bugs

“At Microsoft’s Ignite conference in Atlanta yesterday, the company announced the availability of a new cloud-based service for developers that will allow them to test application binaries for security flaws before they’re deployed. Called Project Springfield, the service uses ‘whitebox fuzzing’ (also known as ‘smart fuzzing’) to test for common software bugs used by attackers to exploit systems.”

Source: Microsoft launches “fuzzing-as-a-service” to help developers find security bugs | Ars Technica

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