Fuzzing is one of many methods used to test software vulnerabilities. Random inputs are made into the software, and any errors or conflicts are monitored to find weak spots in security. Fuzzing is accepted among security experts as a rather effective testing method, as fuzzing is able to find more bugs than can found by analyzing source code.
Sometimes while inputting variables for fuzzing, manual settings can be required. But inputting all possible variables is a very time-consuming, expensive, and practically impossible process. For this reason, fuzzing is called a “dumb science” by some.
Fuzzing meets AI