The adoption of fuzzing has resulted in vulnerabilities being found and fixed at scale. Although it is known for a number of its benefits never seen before in other application security testing techniques, advanced users have eventually come across two key questions:
Over the last decade, there’s been an uptick in progressive Silicon Valley tech behemoths adopting an application security testing technique called continuous fuzzing. While effective, fuzzing largely remains a hidden secret to the larger developer and security communities.
Security and speed are often perceived to be mutually exclusive, repelling away from each other like identical poles of a magnet. Dr. David Brumley, CEO of ForAllSecure and professor at CMU, posits that they don’t have to be. In ForAllSecure’s latest webinar on “Achieving Development Speed and Code Quality with Behavior Testing”, Brumley..
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In February 2019, Dr. David Brumley, ForAllSecure CEO, and Zach Walker, DIU project manager, discussed how Mayhem, ForAllSecure’s behavior testing solution, has helped secure the Department of Defense’s most critical platforms. The Defense Innovation Unit, also known as DIU, is a progressive group within the Department of Defense employing..