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jFuzz is a testing engine written in Java as an extension to NASA Java Pathfinder (JPF). This engine automatically and systematically tests a Java program. This document provides an overview of the usage of jFuzz and how to extend jFuzz using the built in extension points. Usage Documentation describes how to Usage Documentation - Obtaining jFuzz - jFuzz Arguments - Usage Examples. Abstract. We present jFuzz, a automatic testing tool for Java programs. jFuzz is a concolic whitebox fuzzer, built on the NASA Java PathFinder, an explicit-state.
JFuzz. JFuzz is a tool for generating random programs with the objective of fuzz testing the ART infrastructure. Each randomly generated program can be run. Automated test framework plays a significant role in test driven software development methodologies. The XUnit family of testing tools has been widely used. JFuzz: A Tool for Automated Java Unit Testing Based on Data Mutation and Metamorphic Testing A tool for unit testing of Java class called JFuzz is presented.
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