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CI Fuzz 2.15: Non-stop Fuzzing, CI/CD Support & Bug Filters

September 29 2020 | 2 min

Our latest releases (CI Fuzz 2.14 + 2.15) come with support for new CI/CD pipelines, “nonstop” Java fuzzing, bug filter views and several other improvements.

 

2.14 Features (released August 07, 2020):

 

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  • Github actions CI/CD support: Our CI/CD integration now supports GitHub actions. Using the CI/CD wizard, users can generate pipelines for their Github actions server. This allows to run test collections continuously - e.g. with every code commit.
  • Nonstop Fuzzing for Java: Previously, Java fuzzing would stop after detecting a bug until a developer addressed the found bug. With the new release, test collections now continue running after finding a crash in a Java-based project. Thus bugs can be found - non-stop.
  • Bug deduplication: With the new release, bugs and vulnerabilities are not reported to the user multiple times for a test collection anymore.
  • Various bug fixes and UI enhancements

 

2.15 Features (released September 25, 2020):

 

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  • Jenkins CI/CD support: Our CI/CD integration now supports Jenkins pipelines. Using the CI/CD wizard, users can generate pipelines for their Jenkins server. This allows to run test collections continuously - e.g. with every code commit.

 

CI Fuzz findings filter view

  • Bug filters: Users can now filter findings based on different criteria like severity, language or vulnerability type. This should help to easily go through findings and prioritize the one’s that are really critical and urgent.
  • Findings deduplication: From now on, findings discovered during a campaign run are unique. Duplicates of the same finding are no longer reported to the user. This means users never have to deal with the same findings twice again.
  • Github Actions enhancements: Pipelines now create comments with links to any findings during the run.
  • Various bug fixes and UI enhancements

 

We are currently working hard on the release of our closed beta for the Software as a Service version. Do you maintain an open source project or work in a startup? Then apply now for free for our closed beta phase:

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