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Re: [Dailydave] Month of Kernel Bugs and fsfuzzer release (0.6)
From: Evgeny Legerov (admingleg.net)
Date: Tue Oct 24 2006 - 13:04:16 CDT
>Quoting "L.M.H." <lmhinfo-pull.com>:
> On 10/24/06, Evgeny Legerov <admingleg.net> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I do not like this idea but why not to start the "month of kernel bugs"
> What's wrong with it? Besides giving the stuff out for free instead of
> selling exploits.
As far as "filesystem fuzzing" goes, a trivial binary fuzzer by Ilja van
Sprundel may help you to find a few kernel bugs:
> The point for letting it happen on November is that starting it today
> doesn't make sense. It wouldn't be the Month of Kernel Bugs. And this
> way I give time to those interested on contributing for getting some
> nice work done.
> Another point: things take time to get well done and organized. It's
> not like 'I got a bug, woot, let's go send it to full-disclosure'.
> Fortunately, MoKB isn't a rant, thus it needs some work before it's
> suitable for launch. Bugs need to be briefly documented,
> double-checked, etc. And If I have the time, I'll provide patches and
> try to send them through the appropriate people.
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