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  1. #1
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    Fuzzer

    Hi guys,

    I am looking good fuzzer to practise my terrible programming skills to find problems in wide array of applications. I have SPIKE (immunitysec),fuzzer (from packetstormsecurity), but I haven't find the nice one.

    So any links.. I can look at it.. that'll be good ...and I don't mind to pay commercial fuzzer as long as not very expensive (just for me).


    Thanks
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    Hi sweet_angel,

    These might be a start...

    http://whitepapers.zdnet.co.uk/0,390...000388q,00.htm
    Web Application Testing With SPI Fuzzer: Are Your Web Applications Vulnerable? from SPI Dynamics White Papers at ZDNet UK

    http://www.securiteam.com/tools/5EP0B15F5O.html
    SecuriTeam.com - Snmpfuzz - SNMPv1 Fuzzer

    http://www.indianz.ch/toolse.html
    IndianZ Downloads: Spike Fuzzer (2.9)

    http://www.immunitysec.com/downloads..._analysis.html
    advantages_of_block_based_analysis.html

    http://www.gotroot.com/fuzzer
    Got Root : fuzzer

    Eg

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    Thanks Eg,

    I'll try all of them...BTW nice links to check out other tools..


    HT, thanks for that link look like very good fuzzer to try it..


    Cheers
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    Hey Hey,

    Reed Arvin, who was once a member of this site, but didn't last very long, has a fairly decent fuzzer.. You can check it out at http://reedarvin.thearvins.com/tools.html

    I'd just be wary of the rest of the site... The guy regularly submits to mailing lists and it's to report the "vulnerabilities" that he has found.... He runs this fuzzer against any mail app he can download and usually mails out "Look.. it's vulnerable if you feed this command 100,000 characters".... Not a lot of respect for what he says, but the tool does work.

    Peace,
    HT
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