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/dev/urandom can also be used as a source of random and unusual input data, as it contains by definition all 256 byte values and 65536 2-byte values, 16M 3-byte values, etc., and should eventually output every possible string.



> and should eventually output every possible string.

"Eventually" being the key word here. Fuzzing with purely random inputs will take eons to actually reveal non-trivial bugs...




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