On 2/27/07, Kenneth Van Wyk <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Here's an interesting article from Dark Reading about web fuzzers.  Web
> fuzzing seems to be gaining some traction these days as a popular means of
> testing web apps and web services.
> http://www.darkreading.com/document.asp?doc_id=118162&f_src=darkreading_section_296
> Any good/bad experiences and opinions to be shared here on SC-L regarding
> fuzzing as a means of testing web apps/services?  I have to say I'm
> unconvinced, but agree that they should be one part--and a small one at
> that--of a robust testing regimen.

unconvinced of what? what fuzzing is useful? or that it's the best
security testing method ever? or you remain unconvinced that fuzzing
in web apps is > fuzzing in os apps?

fuzzing has obvious advantages. that's all anyone should care about.

> Cheers,
> Ken

-- mike
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