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Is there an available fuzzer that can fuzz arbitrary Python modules? The only fuzzer I have found is the Peach fuzzing framework, but the documentation is unclear on this point.

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put on hold as too broad by corsiKa Apr 21 at 20:15

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Not sure what are you looking for- fuzz testing the entire module's API automatically ? –  Rsf Feb 2 '14 at 12:05
    
Yes. I essentially want to test every function that is available to me within a given module. I can try my hand at writing my own fuzzer but I would really want to get this to work with Peach. –  ShadowM82 Feb 13 '14 at 5:27
    
I've put this on hold because it seems like you want something that scans your API and creates your fuzz tests. But I'm not sure how it would validate that the inputs are valid, or that the outputs are correct. This needs more work to reopen. –  corsiKa Apr 21 at 20:16