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Vuln research: reverse engineering, debugging or fuzzing?
I wonder how hackers find vulnerabilities. If they use fuzzing, security engineers do it, and it's probably that security engineers (that work in a firm) have more resources than a group of hackers. ...
Nov 8 '11 at 10:39
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