Start your engines
These engines are typically associated with web browsers, although they do have other applications. The open source V8 engine, for example, is a core component of runtime systems Node.js and Deno.
Caught by the fuzz
In a blog post yesterday (October 1), Google Project Zero’s Samuel Groß outlined the Fuzzilli Research Grant Program.
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“The proposal will be reviewed by an internal review board and, if accepted, the researchers will be awarded up to $5,000 in GCE credits per submission to be used for fuzzing,” he explained.
Researchers are being encouraged to base their project on the open source Fuzzilli fuzzer if possible, which already supports distributed fuzzing on GCE.
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