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Adobe on Fuzzing Adobe Reader For Security Defects

Adobe has published an entry on their blog outlining how fuzzing plays a part in discovering security issues in their product prior to launching it. Its good to see a company such as Adobe publishing this information as its one of those things that is discussed frequently by the security community, however is rarely discussed by larger companies (excluding Microsoft) actually implementing it. If you're into fuzzing or have considered utilizing fuzzing to find security related defects in your code, this article is a must read.

Blog Entry: http://blogs.adobe.com/asset/2009/12/fuzzing_reader_-_lessons_learned.html


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