Microsoft Announces Open Source Project OneFuzz

Microsoft recently announced Project OneFuzz, an extensible fuzz testing framework for Azure. 

According to the announcement, Project OneFuzz enables continuous developer-driven fuzzing to proactively harden software before release. The tool lets developers launch fuzz jobs ranging in size from a few virtual machines to thousands of cores, all from a single command line. 

Project OneFuzz features include:

  • Composable fuzzing workflows
  • Transparent design for observability
  • On-demand live debugging of found crashes
  • Fuzzing on Windows and Linux operating systems
  • Crash reporting notification callbacks

Project OneFuzz is available from GitHub as an open source tool under the MIT license.