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Posted by Abhishek Arya, Oliver Chang, Max Moroz, Martin Barbella and Jonathan Metzman (ClusterFuzz team)

[Cross-posted from the Google Open-Source Blog]

Fuzzing is an automated method for detecting bugs in software that works by feeding unexpected inputs to a target program. It is effective at finding memory corruption bugs, which often have serious security implications. Manually finding these issues is both difficult and time consuming, and bugs often slip through despite rigorous code review practices. For software projects written in an unsafe language such as C or C++, fuzzing is a crucial part of ensuring their security and stability.

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