Events on Fuzzing and
Application Security Testing
Show me some code!
Josh demonstrates how you can find the Log4j vulnerability in your own code in less than 10 minutes.
February 9th, 2023 at 4:00 PM CET
What Is the Best Way to Test REST APIs?
Securing REST APIs is a challenging task as they are highly complex. REST APIs are difficult to reach, produce countless parameter combinations, and constantly communicate with a vast number of other systems. Looking for security vulnerabilities in REST APIs manually is like looking for a needle in a haystack. However, by using instrumented fuzz testing approaches, you will be able to actively identify API endpoints, and to automatically create test harnesses that will detect security issues more accurately.
In this excerpt from the recorded live coding session, Daniel compares common methods for REST API testing.
Recent Live Streams
In this live stream, our expert Daniel covers the current state of fuzz testing, shows how to fuzz CAN interfaces and automatically detect concurrency issues, and uncovers multiple bugs like severe memory corruption vulnerabilities.
CI Fuzz CLI is an open-source solution that lets you run feedback-based fuzz tests from your command line. Every developer can use it to find bugs and vulnerabilities with three simple commands.
In this live stream, our expert Daniel will cover the current state of fuzz testing, show how to fuzz CAN interfaces and automatically detect concurrency issues, and how to uncover multiple bugs like severe memory corruption vulnerabilities.
Recent FuzzCon Events' Recordings
Fuzzcon Europe is an uprising application security testing conference, bringing together developers, and security experts.
This conference focused on fuzzing topics in the automotive industry with experts from Bosch, Continental, and ETAS.
This panel discussed current technologies and trends in web security, with speakers from OWASP, Microsoft and Google.