Impalabs is releasing Hyperpom, a 64-bit ARM binary fuzzer written in Rust and based on the Apple Silicon's hypervisor. It is mutation-based and coverage-guided. This article gives an overview of its internals, presents the different components it consists of and how they relate to each other. Most importantly, it also gathers all the resources you need to get started and begin fuzzing your own 64-bit ARM targets.
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