Creating a Custom Fuzz Test Interface Provider

These days, fuzzing is most frequently used to validate file and network parsers - literally piping a random source of binary data into the parser and then seeing what happens.

In the November issue of MSDN Magazine, Dan Griffin takes a look at the extensibility of Visual Studio 2005 Team Edition for Software Testers and creates a Test Interface Provider (TIP)  that implements a fuzz testing strategy.

Explore the sample code online, or grab the code download to explore on your computer.

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