With CI Fuzz and Jazzer
The following list shows a selection of vulnerabilities from customer projects in which open source projects were analyzed with Code Intelligence software.
Suricata is an Open-Source threat detection engine capable of real time intrusion detection (IDS). Even though Suricata already used fuzzing with AFL extensively, our vulnerability researchers were able to find 12 more critical vulnerabilities. Our findings played a crucial role in making Suricata more secure by preventing data corruptions, remote code executions and many other unwated program behaviors.
The Swiss/German COVID-19 tracing app was downloaded more than 25 Million times. Testing it for security vulnerabilities played an important role in ensuring public trust and increasing compliance. With CI Fuzz, our developers found 2 vulnerabilities in the German version (#163 and #164), and 9 vulnerabilities in the Swiss version of the app.
OWASP's JSON Sanitizer transforms JSON-like input into valid and fully embeddable JSON. It is an Open Source sanitizer with over 200 dependencies. With CI Fuzz, our developers found two critical vulnerabilities in this project, that would have exposed it to XML/HTML injections. (CVE-2021-23899 and CVE-2021-23900)
LibHTP is used to securely parse HTTP protocols and the related bits and pieces. Using CI Fuzz, our developers found a critical vulnerability in LibHTP, that remote attackers could have exploited for a buffer over-read (CVE-2018-10243).
Audi is one of the leading innovators worldwide when it comes to making automotive software more secure. With CI Fuzz, our developers managed to fix an exploitable heap buffer overflow in Audi's software.
The DLR is the federal german space research centre, which focusses its research on energy, space, transport, and security technology. With CI Fuzz, our developers were able to find a heap-buffer overread in one of the DLR's COBS encoder.
CppCMS is a free, Open Source framework for web application development in C++, especially adept at handling extremely high loads. With CI Fuzz, our security researchers managed to find a critical vulnerability (CVE-2018-11367) within the project.
GnuPG Made Easy or simply GPGME is a library that makes GnuPG access easier for applications. CI Fuzz enabled our developers to find 7 vulnerabilities in GPGME that would have led to severe usability issues.