Syzkaller: Future development

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Making syzkaller even more efficient


Syzkaller is a new coverage-guided system call fuzzer ( It has found more than 200 previously unknown bugs in less than 6 months.
In this talk I will outline syzkaller operation and share our ideas about making syzkaller even more efficient in finding bugs and finding more classes of bugs.


testing, fuzzing

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  • Dmitry-vyukov

    Dmitry Vyukov



    Dmitry Vyukov works as a programmer at Google. He works on dynamic testing tools for C/C++ and Go – Address/Memory/ThreadSanitizer, and on similar tools for Linux kernel. He is also interested in
    randomized testing/fuzzing, wrote syzkaller (system call fuzzer), go-fuzz (fuzzing system for Go) and GoSmith (random program generator). Active contributor to Go language, implemented scalable goroutine scheduler, network poller and parallel garbage collector. Dmitry is an expert in multithreading, concurrency and synchronization, author of a dozen of novel lock-free algorithms, holds Intel BlackBelt title.