The security researchers and hackers are increasingly using fuzzing as one of the main techniques for finding vulnerabilities. Hackers typically practice black-box fuzzing—generating various permutations of the data, without actually correlating it with the code that parses the data.
In softScheck we have reviewed & used over 200 fuzzing tools. And depending on the method used to find suitable tools to suit each target system. The effectiveness of the tools depends largely on the input fuzz data. In softScheck we intelligently generating millions of combinations of dynamically generated input that can be used for various systems.
Technically such testing is used in a lab environment to test application security during development or to certify software and networked hardware prior to its commercial release.
softScheck will be able to certify your product that has been securely tested using this method by issuing ‘Security Tested by softScheck certificate’.