CENSUS researchers Nikolaos Naziridis and Zisis Sialveras have recently
on knowledge-based evolutionary fuzzing, at
2015 in Moscow, Russia. The talk introduced a cross-platform evolutionary
fuzzing framework, that will be released as a free and open-source tool.
CENSUS researchers Nikolaos Naziridis and Zisis Sialveras presented their evolutionary fuzzing framework "Choronzon" at this year's ZeroNights conference in Moscow, Russia.
In the aftermath of the recent Android stagefright vulnerabilities, efficient fuzz testing techniques and tools for the Android ecosystem are again in the spotlight. In this post we would like to share some of the fuzz testing experience we have gained through our projects and show how it can be applied in the Android world. Additionally, we’ll enlist some of the public contributions we’ve made to open source tools aiming to help the community focus more on the target and less on the tooling.
Hello, my name is Anestis Bechtsoudis and I’m a security engineer at CENSUS.
I recently gave a talk on Android ART runtime fuzzing techniques at the
Hack-in-the-Box 2015 Amsterdam security conference. The talk entitled “Fuzzing Objects d’ART — Digging Into the New Android L Runtime Internals”, analyzed a series of DEX smart fuzzing techniques targeting the bytecode optimization
and compilation components of the new Android ART runtime.