FuSeBMC: A White-Box Fuzzer for Finding Security Vulnerabilities in C Programs

12/21/2020 ∙ by Kaled M. Alshmrany, et al. ∙ 0

We describe and evaluate a novel white-box fuzzer for C programs named FuSeBMC, which combines fuzzing and symbolic execution, and applies Bounded Model Checking (BMC) to find security vulnerabilities in C programs. FuSeBMC explores and analyzes C programs (1) to find execution paths that lead to property violations and (2) to incrementally inject labels to guide the fuzzer and the BMC engine to produce test-cases for code coverage. FuSeBMC successfully participates in Test-Comp'21 and achieves first place in the Cover-Error category and second place in the Overall category.



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