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afl-cmin - corpus minimization tool for American Fuzzy Lop (afl)
afl-cmin [options] -- /path/to/fuzzed/app [params]
afl-cmin tries to find the smallest subset of files in the input directory that still trigger the full range of instrumentation data points seen in the starting corpus. If a large corpus of data is available for screening, afl-cmin can be used to reject redundant files, ideally, with an aggressive timeout (set by -t). Note that the tool doesn't modify the files themselves. For that, you want afl-tmin.
Run afl-cmin without any arguments to see a complete list of options.
afl-fuzz(1), afl-gcc(1), afl-g++(1), afl-clang(1), afl-clang++(1), afl-clang-fast(1), afl- clang-fast++(1), afl-showmap(1), afl-tmin(1), afl-analyze(1), afl-gotcpu(1), afl-plot(1), afl-whatsup(1)
American Fuzzy Lop is written by Michal Zalewski <firstname.lastname@example.org>. This manpage was written by Daniel Stender <email@example.com>. AFL-CMIN(1)