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So I read another post here about fuzzing local standalone applications. I have understood how to exploit basic buffer overflow vulnerabilities in standalone applications and am now looking on how to find such vulnerabilities.

I downloaded the CERT FOE framework, but found very little documentation on it. In fact, the only thing I found was one video on YouTube.

Could someone provide sources of documentation/videos for the CERT FOE fuzzing framework?

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"Many options can be specified in the configuration file. See the included README.txt and configs\examples for more information." -- It doesn't look they they wrote documentation. – schroeder Jun 27 '13 at 20:24
Thanks Schroder, – user2405966 Jul 1 '13 at 5:03

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