DeepSearch: Simple and Effective Blackbox Fuzzing of Deep Neural Networks

10/14/2019
by   Fuyuan Zhang, et al.
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Although deep neural networks have been successful in image classification, they are prone to adversarial attacks. To generate misclassified inputs, there has emerged a wide variety of techniques, such as black- and whitebox testing of neural networks. In this paper, we present DeepSearch, a novel blackbox-fuzzing technique for image classifiers. Despite its simplicity, DeepSearch is shown to be more effective in finding adversarial examples than closely related black- and whitebox approaches. DeepSearch is additionally able to generate the most subtle adversarial examples in comparison to these approaches.

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