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I would like to clarify the context for the question: I have studied different types of exploiting but all the studies I have carried out were with command line programs and with functions that I already knew beforehand. It is taking me a lot of effort to find on the internet how to analyze a normal application and look for vulnerabilities. If anyone knows any methodology, any video where it explains and shows or some information on how to perform a reverse engineering and analysis of a desktop application to find bugs, I would greatly appreciate it. Since all the examples I find are from binaries and I have also tried looking in exploit-db but there is like seeing the solution of the problem without seeing the analysis. I would like to learn how to perform a black box analysis on a modern desktop application today.

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  • What about fuzzing the loaded files or used network streams?
    – Robert
    Jul 23 at 2:01
  • Yes that is another question but infomation about fuzzing desktop apps... is something im really wanna know
    – Jhon
    Jul 23 at 6:10
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I am not an expert, but have you hear about fuzzing??

"Fuzz testing or Fuzzing is a Black Box software testing technique, which basically consists in finding implementation bugs using malformed/semi-malformed data injection in an automated fashion." [link]:https://owasp.org/www-community/Fuzzing

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  • Yeah i know about fuzzing , now if that is the right way, i must techniques about how to do fuzzing in desktop modern apps, I tried find information but I only found Application Verify from microsoft.
    – Jhon
    Jul 23 at 18:44

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