SEATTLE, Feb. 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Peach Fuzzer, LLC, announces new enhancements to the world's leading fuzz-testing platform. This latest release enables the scrutinizing of industrial control systems (ICS) used by industrial and utility companies around the world. Firms can now uncover previously undetected flaws that would have led to zero-day attacks.
These enhancements make it even easier to deploy the Peach Fuzzer platform to sniff out and identify unknown vulnerabilities in the same systems that have recently been targets of malicious hackers. By enabling support for supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) protocols, Peach Fuzzer offers a cost-effective solution for discovering unknown vulnerabilities in the components responsible for delivering power and controlling our environmental systems.
Specifically, this release includes protocol definitions ('Peach Pits') for BACnet – a communications protocol for managing HVAC and environmental systems in buildings, and DNP3 – an interoperability protocol used by electric utility and water companies for SCADA applications. Fuzz-testing ICS components with these Peach Pits is a necessary step in preventing zero-day attacks upon critical infrastructure.
We will be demonstrating our fuzzing technology between Feb 29 – Mar 4 at the RSA Conference 2016 in San Francisco at the Moscone Center booth N3220.
In addition to these improvements for the ICS community, this latest release includes support for the following protocol definitions:
ERPS – Ethernet Ring Protection Switching
SNMPv3 –Simple Network Management Protocol
SSL Cipher Suites – Secure Sockets Layer, Transport Layer Security
CAN bus – Controller Area Network
Who is Peach Fuzzer?
We're a Seattle-based security testing company providing enterprise-grade testing solutions. Through leading-edge products, Peach Fuzzer offers customizable testing strategies for our clients to deploy throughout the security development lifecycle. Our flagship product and namesake is the premier fuzzing solution for security testing across a multitude of critical industries.
What is fuzzing?
Fuzz testing uncovers previously unknown vulnerabilities in hardware and software by sending these targets malformed data in order to cause unintended consequences. Relevant results are captured, analyzed, and evaluated enabling engineers to ship secure products. Fuzzing uncovers the back-door flaws hackers look for.
Learn how Peach Fuzzer can help secure your products or services, contact us 844-55-PEACH or email@example.com.
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