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Suggestion: Continuous Fuzzing #11896

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yevgenypats opened this issue Aug 15, 2019 · 2 comments

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commented Aug 15, 2019

Hi, I'm Yevgeny Pats Founder of Fuzzit - Continuous fuzzing as a service platform.

We have a free plan for OSS and I would be happy to contribute a PR if that's interesting.
The PR will include the following

  • go-fuzz fuzzers
  • Continuous Fuzzing of master branch which will generate new corpus and look for new crashes
  • Regression on every PR that will run the fuzzers through all the generated corpus and fixed crashes from previous step. This will prevent new or old bugs from crippling into master.

You can see our basic example here and you can see an example of "in the wild" integration here.

Let me know if this is something worth working on.

Also, we have a reward program. If you are interested in implementing the fuzzers and the integration yourself I’ll be happy to reward you as well as to get unbiased feedback on how smooth the integration was.

Cheers,
Yevgeny

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commented Aug 15, 2019

Thanks, appreciate your feedback.

Would you like to contribute this in the feature idea forum so it can be discussed, upvoted and considered for a help wanted ticket?

Please include a link back to this GitHub issue. If you're interested in implementing, please say so and we'll prioritize the review.

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commented Aug 19, 2019

Thank you for raising a feature request ticket for this. I'll close this issue for now as it can be followed in the feature idea forum.

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