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Detect interesting testcases

Suppose I have a ton of test cases and my target is closed-source. Well, I need to know which test cases discover new path in the execution of my target and which are duplicated. I know I have to use ...
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Is it possible to programmatically determine if a crash resulted from a buffer overflow?

Crash analysis: Given a large set of crashes, all resulting from access violations, is it possible to (with or without access to symbols and source code) programmatically determine whether the ...
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Saving program execution state for fuzzing

Suppose I have a program that has two functions, functionA and functionB called sequentially. functionA requires a significant amount of processing in order to execute, and in the course of the ...
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Strange behavior in the reverse execution of traces

In fuzzing applications with Pin (the Pintool source code is hosted here, I am sorry for the self-advertisement), I get a very bizarre situation in tracing executed instructions, the following trace: ...
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Weird instructions

In fuzzing (with Pintool) to get examining execution traces of the program, here it is wget. I get some weird instructions, following is a piece extracted from a (very long) trace: RIP register ...