GraphicsFuzz press kit
We're @GraphicsFuzz on Twitter and Facebook.
When in doubt, use brute force please prefer Twitter.
Our results are presented in Medium blog posts by Alastair @afd_icl
Our website main URL is:
The GraphicsFuzz Demo URL is:
(The demo used to be called the "benchmark".)
Click on the images below for high-resolution PNGs.
GraphicsFuzz is an academic spinout born to find graphics driver reliability bugs, and help to fix them.
The GraphicsFuzz Limited company was officially founded in December 2017 by Alastair Donaldson, Hugues Evrard and Paul Thomson. Its technology is based on research by the Multicore Programming Group led by Alastair at Imperial College London.
In addition, the GraphicsFuzz Demo provides a way for the public to try out a snapshot of ShaderTest GLES on their mobile devices, by automatically running 15 tests in a web browser. This demo focuses on issues that affect GPU drivers in Android devices, yet it also runs and finds issues on most laptops and desktops.
How it works
We give an overview of GraphicsFuzz technology in our dedicated how it works page.
Who talks about us. Let us know if we missed any!
- [23 Apr. 2018] XDA: The Snapdragon Samsung Galaxy S9 has a GPU Stability Bug that can be Exploited to Trigger Remote Reboots
- [23 Apr. 2018] wccftech: Critical GPU Bug Capable of Triggering Reboots Found in Snapdragon Variants of the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9 Plus
- [28 Feb. 2018] Phoronix: GraphicsFuzz Demo Works On Fuzzing Your GPU Drivers Through WebGL In The Browser
- [17 Jan. 2018] Hackernoon (re-publication of our blog post): A tale of two Samsungs: ARM vs. Qualcomm in Android graphics
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