A framework for developing and running browser fuzzers
Grizzly is a general purpose browser fuzzing framework made up of multiple modules. The intention is to create a platform that can be extended by the creation of adapters and targets to support different fuzzers that target browsers. An adapter is used to wrap an existing fuzzer to allow it to be run via Grizzly. Adapters take the content output by fuzzers and transform it (if needed) into a format that can be served to and processed by the browser. Cross platform compatibility is available for Windows, Linux and MacOS. However not all features may be available.
To install the latest version from PyPI run
python3 -m pip install grizzly-framework. See getting started on the wiki for more details.
Other target platforms can be defined as setuptools entry-points,
using the name "grizzly_targets". Targets must implement
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