Improving the manuals for fuzzers

Supervisor: Klaus Tulbure, Stephan Plöger

Fuzzers are a key feature in finding bugs and vulnerabilities in software. However, they are usually designed with functionality in mind but lack usability. Especially, more complex tools often require several individual steps and complex configurations.

The developers usually provide a manual that helps get started, e.g. how to install the software and run the demo, or answers frequently asked questions. Unfortunately, they are often written by and targeted at skilled users, hence the learning curve is usually very steep.


Your task will be to improve such a manual of a fuzzer by evaluating and expanding its content.