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Re: What protocol to choose for a new fuzzer?
From: "Chris Byrd" <cbyrd01 () gmail com>
Date: Wed, 21 Feb 2007 09:57:33 -0600

How about an IPv6 stack fuzzer?  Most IPv6 implementations are pretty
new, and there's lots of potential for problems.   Its also on by
default in new OSes.  Anyone on list know of any IPv6 fuzzers out
there?

- Chris

On 2/20/07, jezzzz . <jezonthenet () yahoo com> wrote:
I have some time on my hands (about two months) to
work on a new network protocol fuzzer which I intend
to write in Python. I don't have much experience in
Python but my intention is to learn it by writing the
fuzzer. I am looking for a protocol which is
interesting and does not yet have a fuzzer for it.
IMAP and RIP for instance already seem to have
fuzzers. Anyone any ideas for other protocols?

Thanks



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