Microsoft launches “fuzzing-as-a-service” to help developers find security bugs
Enlarge / No, not that sort of fuzzing for bugs.Micha L. Rieser reader comments 4 Share this story At Microsoft's Ignite conference in Atlanta yesterday, the company announced the availability of a new cloud-based service for developers that will allow them to test application binaries for security flaws before they're deployed. Called Project Springfield,...
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