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Optimization #3589

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fuzz: target for iprep data files

Added by Victor Julien about 4 years ago. Updated about 1 year ago.

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This should probably be mixed with rules (and pcap?) so that the files are picked by the detect engine.

A simpler way would be to directly expose the parsing routines, but I think getting the detect engine set up and packets eval'd will cover quite a bit more.


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Related to Suricata - Optimization #4125: Ideal integration into oss-fuzzIn ProgressPhilippe AntoineActions
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Updated by Victor Julien about 4 years ago

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Updated by Victor Julien about 4 years ago

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Updated by Philippe Antoine about 4 years ago

What are iprep data files ?

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Updated by Philippe Antoine about 3 years ago

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Updated by Philippe Antoine over 2 years ago

prep stands for IP reputation cf reputation.c

I think this ticket should be covered with the similar ones : #3587 to #3590
There are all additional configuration files
We can try to fuzz them with structure awareness or not.
Structure awareness may be especially useful for the files parsed by PCRE
Anyways I think a good seed corpus with valid versions of all files should be relevant there.

So, we want one target that combines all these and checks them against some traffic.
But here, we want to focus fuzzing on the use of these configuration files.
So maybe, we should be selective where we instrument fuzzing coverage...

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Updated by Philippe Antoine about 1 year ago

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