FuzzDB was created to increase the likelihood of causing and identifying conditions of security interest through dynamic application security testing. It's the first and most comprehensive open dictionary of fault injection patterns, predictable resource locations, and regex for matching server responses. Attack Patterns - FuzzDB contains comprehensive lists of attack payload primitives for fault injection testing. These patterns, categorized by attack and where appropriate platform type, are known to cause issues like OS command injection, directory listings, directory traversals, source exposure, file upload bypass, authentication bypass, XSS, http header crlf injections, SQL injection, NoSQL injection, and more. For example, FuzzDB catalogs 56 patterns that can potentially be interpreted as a null byte and contains lists of commonly used methods such as "get, put, test," and name-value pairs than trigger debug modes.