BFF 2.7 on OS X Mavericks
By Will Dormann on 10/23/2013 | Permalink
Hi folks, it's Will. Apple has released OS X Mavericks. Because BFF 2.7 was released before Mavericks, BFF doesn't work right out of the box. But it's actually quite simple to get it working.
If you try to install and run BFF 2.7 on OS X Mavericks, you may be presented with an error like this:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/Users/admin/bff/bff.py", line 565, in <module>
File "/Users/admin/bff/bff.py", line 335, in main
File "/Applications/BFF.app/Contents/Resources/bff/certfuzz/debuggers/registration.py", line 77, in verify_supported_platform
certfuzz.debuggers.errors.DebuggerNotFoundError: Could not find debugger 'cw' in path
Basically, this is BFF saying that it cannot find the CrashWrangler binary. On the OS X Mavericks platform, it is looking for
Follow these steps to get BFF 2.7 running on OS X Mavericks:
- Get the latest version of CrashWrangler. (Apple ID required.)
sudo cp ~/Downloads/crashwrangler/binaries/exc_handler_mavericks /usr/local/bin).
With this change, you should be ready to fuzz!