afl-analyze






afl‐analyze − file format analyzer for American Fuzzy Lop
(afl)

afl‐analyze [options] ‐‐ /path/to/target_app [...]

afl‐analyze takes an input file, attempts to sequentially
flip bytes, and observes the behavior of the tested program.
It then color‐codes the input based on which sections appear
to be critical, and which are not. While not bulletproof, it
can often offer quick insights into complex file formats.

     More info on this helper can be found in
/usr/share/doc/afl‐doc/docs/technical_details.txt.gz.

Run afl‐analyze without any arguments to see a complete list
of options.

afl‐fuzz(1), afl‐gcc(1), afl‐g++(1), afl‐clang(1), afl‐
clang++(1), afl‐clang‐fast(1), afl‐clang‐fast++(1), afl‐
showmap(1), afl‐cmin(1), afl‐tmin(1), afl‐gotcpu(1), afl‐
plot(1), afl‐whatsup(1)

American Fuzzy Lop is written by Michal Zalewski
<lcamtuf@google.com>.  This manpage was written by Daniel
Stender <stender@debian.org>.