vr0n (@_vr0n) is a cybersecurity student who has worked on several research projects related to virtualization, containers, data provenance, IoT security, fuzzing, and binary exploitation. They have posted some boring stuff at vr0n.tech, but plan on posting more interesting stuff soon. Super into decentralized tech and mesh Internet.
Hunting Bugs in Your Sleep - How to Fuzz (Almost) Anything With AFL/AFL++
This is a “part one” talk on exploitation detailing how to get started with AFL to find bugs (usually memory corruption vulnerabilities). Finding bugs in a program gives you the opportunity to research further potential vulnerabilities and exploitation. It’s really that simple. vr0n will show how to install AFL, how to set up AFL, and how to use AFL against a program.