Explain Fuzz Testing

Fuzz testing is a software testing technique in which a large amount of random data, called fuzz, is provided as input to the application simply to detect or discover security loopholes and coding errors in the software application. It is more useful for bigger projects but it only detects a serious fault or defect. It is simply used to check the vulnerability of software and gives more effective results when used with beta testing, black box testing, etc.