Improvements in Benchmark Configuration
Riscure True Code 2023.2 now allows customers to generate fuzzing test harnesses for security benchmarks. With the new development the creation of new benchmarks has been significantly simplified. Many improvements in fuzzing test creation process also improve the coverage and effectiveness of this testing method.
Hardware Abstraction for Fuzzing
Riscure True Code 2023.2 also introduces a Hardware Abstraction Layer for fuzzing. This allows users to emulate hardware interfaces in software while conducting a fuzzing test routing. With the abstraction layer enabled, Riscure True Code can intercept runtime read and write access requests to fixed address ranges. This is typically used to access hardware peripherals in embedded C code and avoid false positive crashes due to non-existent hardware devices. This new feature enables fuzzing analysis of hardware-dependent code on platforms where the peripherals are not present, without the need to modify the software being analyzed. Hardware Abstraction for Fuzzing is only supported in Linux environment.
In addition to these major new features that further expand fuzzing and general-purpose security testing functionality in Riscure True Code, this update also includes a number of other improvements and bug fixes. You can learn more about True Code on our website.
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