Hello everyone, I am Suraj K Suresh, the one working on the GSoC project of “Porting Syzkaller to ReactOS”. It’s been 3 whole months since GSoC has begun and this is the last evaluation period. During the last 3 months, I worked on various parts of Syzkaller and getting them up and running on ReactOS and Windows with the help of my Mentors. This blog post will be a wrap-up post of the GSoC project.
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.
Hey, I am Suraj K Suresh (@Freakston), In this post I’m going to be listing out what I’ve completed in Coding period-1 of GSoC. Status The initial part of setting up Syzkaller and being able to fuzz ReactOS is done. The link to grab ReactOS compatible syzkaller is as follows: Github. The detailed instruction on setting it up can be found here. Work-done Boot ReactOS with UBSan enabled. The branch which has UBSan enabled can be found in extravert34’s fork of ReactOS.
Hey, I am Suraj K Suresh (@Freakston), one of the GSoC students of ReactOS. This is the first time I’ve applied for GSoC and my mentors for the project are Victor Perevertkin and Timo Kreuzer. My project is “Porting Syzkaller to ReactOS”. The project is getting one of the most famous Linux fuzzers to fuzz ReactOS. The project will lead to improvement of the kernel codebase by detecting code crashes.