Fuzz testing is an effective way of finding bugs from software, widely and successfully used by security testers and bug (bounty) hunters but still far too unknown to the majority of actors in the software industry. In this presentation a primer on how to fuzz is given: what is it, why and when is it effective and how to get started with it. Usage of the open source fuzzer radamsa is demonstrated with practical examples.
This event is one of the information dissemination activities of the Cloud Software Program (http://www.cloudsoftwareprogram.org/) and free for anyone to attend. We would especially welcome developers and QA people from small and medium businesses.