When doing fuzz testing, it is easy to end up with many bugs (many crashes). This makes it important to have a way to triage each bug that's detected, so we can prioritize them and focus our effort on the ones that are most likely to represent exploitable security vulnerabilities.
Are there any tools to automate the triaging process? I'm most interested on tools for Linux.
On Windows, we have the !exploitable analyzer, which analyzes a crashing program execution to determine whether it represents a bug that is probably exploitable, probably not exploitable, etc. Is there anything like this for Linux?