Project OneFuzz: new open source developer tool to find and fix bugs at scale

Marian Luparu

We’re excited to echo Microsoft Security team’s announcement that Project OneFuzz is now available as an open-source project in GitHub.

To learn more about the announcement, head over to our Microsoft Security blog to read “Microsoft announces new Project OneFuzz framework, an open source developer tool to find and fix bugs at scale”. From the announcement:

“Microsoft’s goal of enabling developers to easily and continuously fuzz test their code prior to release is core to our mission of empowerment. The global release of Project OneFuzz is intended to help harden the platforms and tools that power our daily work and personal lives to make an attacker’s job more difficult.”

Code will soon be available on and for more details, join Mike and Justin for their CppCon 2020 session on Friday called “Introducing Microsoft’s New Open Source Fuzzing Platform”.

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  • tah tor 0

    “Enabling developers to perform fuzz testing shifts the discovery of vulnerabilities to earlier in the development lifecycle and simultaneously frees security engineering teams to pursue proactive work.” Sounds great.

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