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This tutorial will walk you through integrating Fuzzbuzz into your GitLab CI/CD pipeline.
Start by clicking the
New Project button on the Fuzzbuzz platform. Select "Coverage Guided Fuzzer" at the next screen and click
Next, choose the GitLab option at the Git provider screen.
You will see a set of instructions describing how to set up a Personal Access Token on GitLab. We recommend generating a PAT using a service account rather than a singler user's account, since Fuzzbuzz will have access to all projects the PAT does. Follow the GitLab link to navigate to the Personal Access Token account creation page.
Give your Personal Access Token a name, and set the expiry date to a reasonable time in the future. In most situations, we recommend removing the expiry entirely, since you can always revoke this token from the GitLab settings. Click
Create Personal Access Token to continue.
Click the copy button next to your newly generated PAT at the top of the page. Once you navigate away from this page, you won't be able to view the token again.
Paste your new token into the text box on the project setup page, and click
Connect to continue.
Select the project you wish to connect to Fuzzbuzz, and click
Once your project is created, you will see a screen with instructions describing how to set up fuzz tests for your repository. Once you have configured your GitLab project with a
fuzzbuzz.yaml, push the changes up to your GitLab repository. Fuzzbuzz will pick up your changes, build them, and start running all detected fuzz tests in the repository.