Turing Machine is a Fuzzer developed in Net Standard that allows to fuzz any type of applications or libraries, focused on .Net Framework, Dotnet Core and Net Standard applications.
This tool is designed for software engineers, developers and bug hunters. An open-source tool for software security testing and quality assurance.
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Turing Machine currently supports the following fuzzing techniques:
- Mutation-based Fuzzing: mutations of existing input values.
- Random Fuzzing: randomly generated input values.
- More coming soon. Stay tuned!
TuringMachine also allows to integrate code coverage in .Net applications using coverlet library, which will allow you tracing the coverage of the fuzzed applications in real-time. Once finished, it will generate a full coverage report using ReportGenerator library.
If you want to use TuringMachine for .Net software, the only requirement is:
- Dotnet core 3.0
If you want to use it with native programs, please follow the steps described in:
Grab the latest binaries from releases.
git clone https://github.com/Red4Sec/TuringMachine cd src\TuringMachine dotnet restore dotnet build
Clone & Build
git clone https://github.com/Red4Sec/TuringMachine cd TuringMachine dotnet restore src/TuringMachine/ dotnet build src/TuringMachine/ dotnet restore samples/Coverage.Payload/ dotnet build samples/Coverage.Payload/
dotnet .\src\TuringMachine\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\TuringMachine.dll instrument --help dotnet .\src\TuringMachine\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\TuringMachine.dll instrument --path .\samples\Coverage.Payload\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\
dotnet .\src\TuringMachine\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\TuringMachine.dll listen --help dotnet .\src\TuringMachine\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\TuringMachine.dll listen --inputs .\samples\random.input
Show the coverage
CONTROL+C # in the client shell Invoke-Item .\coverageReport\index.htm
dotnet .\src\TuringMachine\bin\Debug\netcoreapp3.0\TuringMachine.dll listen --rpc 127.0.0.1,1234 Start-Process http://127.0.0.1:1234/swagger/index.html
You can easily debug with Visual Studio 2019 by using
You can see the Hall of Fame here