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       afl-tmin [ options ] -- /path/to/target_app [ ... ]


       Required parameters:
         -i file       - input test case to be shrunk by the tool
         -o file       - final output location for the minimized data

       Execution control settings:
         -f file       - input file read by the tested program (stdin)
         -t msec       - timeout for each run (1000 ms)
         -m megs       - memory limit for child process (0 MB)
         -O            - use binary-only instrumentation (FRIDA mode)
         -Q            - use binary-only instrumentation (QEMU mode)
         -U            - use unicorn-based instrumentation (Unicorn mode)
         -W            - use qemu-based instrumentation with Wine (Wine mode)
                         (Not necessary, here for consistency with other afl-* tools)

       Minimization settings:
         -e            - solve for edge coverage only, ignore hit counts
         -x            - treat non-zero exit codes as crashes

         -H            - minimize a hang (hang mode)
       For additional tips, please consult docs/

       Environment variables used:
       AFL_CRASH_EXITCODE: optional child exit code to be interpreted as crash
       AFL_FORKSRV_INIT_TMOUT: time spent waiting for forkserver during startup (in milliseconds)
       AFL_KILL_SIGNAL: Signal ID delivered to child processes on timeout, etc. (default: SIGKILL)
       AFL_MAP_SIZE: the shared memory size for that target. must be >= the size
                     the target was compiled for
       AFL_TMIN_EXACT: require execution paths to match for crashing inputs
       AFL_NO_FORKSRV: run target via execve instead of using the forkserver
       ASAN_OPTIONS: custom settings for ASAN
                     (must contain abort_on_error=1 and symbolize=0)
       MSAN_OPTIONS: custom settings for MSAN
                     (must contain exitcode=86 and symbolize=0)
       TMPDIR: directory to use for temporary input files


       afl++  was  written  by  Michal  "lcamtuf" Zalewski and is maintained by Marc "van Hauser"
       Heuse  <>,  Heiko  "hexcoder-"  Eissfeldt  <>,  Andrea
       Fioraldi <> and Dominik Maier <> The homepage of
       afl++ is:


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