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Fuzzdb detected as Trojans [closed]

I recently downloaded fuzzdb from http://code.google.com/p/fuzzdb/ and my antivirus kept on detecting some of the files as Trojans. I need to know if these files are safe?
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Black-box fuzzing a TCP Port running an unknown applicaiton

I'm looking for any guidance around testing a service I've found running on a target server. I'm doing a 'black-box' pen-test and the company is one of those 'I-don't-want-to-tell-you-anything' types ...
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1answer
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Best option to fuzz a C Network Program [closed]

I have a client/server simple program in C. I want to test the server running on different machine with random inputs. I have looked at 'Bunny-the-fuzzer' but from what I can understand It wont be ...
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Can fuzzing be considered a software testing technique for any vulnerability type

I'm doing a research on fuzzing and I would like to know the answer to the question in the title. The cvedetails uses the following categories for vulnerabilities: Bypass a restriction or similar ...