Software Unit Tests (Language Independent Approach)
Automation of Unit and System Tests. Tests can be implemented in any language and on many platforms. The flexible approach enables the inclusion of many types of tests, such as memory leak checks (using valgrind), coding rule checks, complexity checks, etc. Tests are run by a simple call to hwut in a base directory of a project. In particular for C, HWUT supports make file generation using 'sos' and 'sols' modes. Remote control-able function stubs may be generated using the 'stub' mode. Test cases can be generated using the 'gen' mode, and state machine walkers by the 'sm_walker' mode. Over the last decade HWUT has matured towards a full fledged unit test tool for a wide variety of applications.
An advanced cross platform fuzzing framework suited to find code bugs.
ansvif, or A Not So Very Intelligent Fuzzer, suited to find bugs in code by throwing garbage arguments, files, and environment variables at the target program, that you may or may not have the source code to. It supports many features, such as buffer size, randomization of the buffer size, random data injection, templates, and much more. The purpose of this project is to identify bugs in software, specifically bugs that can induce a segmentation fault under various conditions. This aids security researchers in writing buffer overflows, input validation vulnerabilities, as well as helping one audit code for general logic mistakes.