antiparser is a fuzz testing and fault injection API. Fuzz testing has application as a security research methodology and for software quality assurance purposes. The purpose of antiparser is to provide an API that can be used to model network protocols and file formats by their composite data types. Once a model has been created, the antiparser has various methods for creating random sets of data that deviates in ways that will ideally trigger software bugs or security vulnerabilities.
released on 17 August 2005
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