Hello everyone. In this blog post, I will be talking about the steps to set up Syzkaller for ReactOS locally and start fuzzing. If you have been following the blog posts on the ReactOS website then you would have noticed that this is my Google Summer of Code 2020 Project. Now that Coding period 2 has officially come to an end and the work is nearing completion, this post will help others in setting up the fuzzer get started with fuzzing.
Welcome to ReactOS
Imagine running your favorite Windows applications and drivers in an open-source environment you can trust.
That's the mission of ReactOS!
Hi, I’m He Yang (@kernel.bin), one of the GSoC-2020 students of ReactOS. Two months have passed since GSoC started, and during these two months, I’ve made some progress on ReactOS Application Manager (RAPPS), the project I’m working on. In this blog, I will list out what I’ve accomplished in these two months, and what I’m planning to do in the next month. The work I’ve done in Stage 1&2 Stage 1 During stage 1, I mainly focused on screenshot and icon support and various small improvements.
2020-06-25 19:00 UTC Mattermost meeting channel Proceedings Meeting started at 19:01 by Colin Finck. Point 1: Achievements and Future Outlook Point 2: GSoC 2020 Status Point 3: Channel moderation Point 4: 0.4.14 release status Point 5: Unifying our contribution guidelines and handling Pull Requests Point 1: Achievements and Future Outlook Amine Khaldi worked on the built-in PCH CMake, the flex/bison PR and some other minor tasks. Can Taşan continued to test Microsoft Office 2003 on ReactOS and caught two regressions.
I am proud to announce that ReactOS Deutschland e.V. has hired Victor Perevertkin to work full-time on the ReactOS storage stack for the next 3 months. Victor has been a proven contributor to various ReactOS components since 2018. He already got deep into the kernel side of things when writing Btrfs boot sector code in his GSoC debut, later managed the integration of a new USB stack, and recently touched nearly all parts of ReactOS when preparing it for the major upgrade to a new compiler toolchain.