Seattle, WA (PRWEB) July 15, 2015
Peach Fuzzer, LLC, is excited to announce the enhancements to its security fuzz testing offering, the Peach Fuzzer Platform, the leading and extensible fuzzing platform. This release features enhancements to the user experience, expanded Linux support, new fuzzing definitions in the form of Peach Pits, enhanced components for logging and publishing, and a new data analyzer with supporting data modeling elements.
New fuzzers available with this release focus on network data storage and network file transfers, and include the following protocols:
NFSv4 is a network file system protocol. Users can fuzz version 4 of this protocol.
PORTMAP is an RPC mapping service for network nodes, enabling dynamic binding of remote programs.
CIFS protocol standardizes file sharing across corporate intranets and the Internet.
SSH-FTP, (or SFTP) provides file management functionality over any secure data stream.
POP3 (Post Office Protocol 3) provides an extremely popular protocol used for receiving email.
Peach Fuzzer was developed so quality assurance teams can find vulnerabilities within their software platforms before deployment or release.
This approach is consistent with the secure development lifecycle and eradicates vulnerabilities before they are exploited. Fuzzing works by repeatedly sending unexpected data that can cause unintended system consequences. Relevant results are observed, captured, analyzed, and evaluated to discover potential vulnerabilities; detailed results are available for our clients to use to increase their product or service security. The features of Peach Fuzzer reach beyond bug testing and aim to provide cutting-edge fuzzing solutions security testing.
For more information on how Peach Fuzzer Platform solutions can help secure your products or services, please contact Josh Bower at 844-55-PEACH or sales(at)peachfuzzer(dot)com.