Trinity 1.4 Linux Fuzz Tester Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Linux Kernel on 12 May 2014 at 01:22 PM EDT. Add A Comment
Dave Jones of Red Hat has announced the latest version of his Linux system call fuzz tester after several months of development.

The Trinity 1.4 fuzz tester release features more targeted fuzzing of VM-related syscalls, other improvements, and support for scaling to larger machines. Trinity should be able to run on systems with many CPU cores now.

Developers wanting more information on Trinity 1.4 can find out more information or download it from the Trinity project site.
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