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Fuzz Testing - Unmask Hidden Security Risks of Your Automotive Embedded System

Fuzz Testing - Unmask Hidden Security Risks of Your Automotive Embedded System

Update: 2021-06-24
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Fuzzing is a powerful testing technique to check software and system robustness for cybersecurity vulnerabilities. It is used to test how a target system reacts to randomly generated invalid or unexpected inputs and helps discover weak points and implementation errors that a hacker could exploit.

In this episode of our Automotive Cybersecurity Talk (ACT) podcast, ESCRYPT’s Joe Cusumano and John McShane discuss the ins and outs of fuzz testing – what exactly it is, mediums to use, why it’s important/brings value to vehicle development, how if differs from other testing methods and more.

 


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Fuzz Testing - Unmask Hidden Security Risks of Your Automotive Embedded System

Fuzz Testing - Unmask Hidden Security Risks of Your Automotive Embedded System

Experts in vehicle cybersecurity