The Greater Yuezhi initially migrated northwest into the Ili Valley (on the modern borders of China and Kazakhstan), where they reportedly displaced elements of the Sakas. They were driven from the Ili Valley by the Wusun and migrated southward to Sogdia and later settled in Bactria, where they then defeated the Greco-Bactrian Kingdom.
either way, #bitcoin is the place for this
Oh no, here comes the flood of copyright year updates already
Hello I asked this question before about fuzzing. Now I'm asking a slightly different question. This q is aimed at anybody well-versed in the fuzzing of bitcoin core and of fuzzing in general (@sipa, @gmaxwell, others?). So bitcoin core currently has a fuzzing harness where a switch is done based on the input to determine the message type to be fuzzed.
There was a PR (https://github.com/bitcoin/bitcoin/issues/11045) that sought to change this but never got merged. So the switching can "confuse" the fuzzer and gmaxwell said that by hashing the branch targets, the fuzzer may not take certain code paths. Is this because of the known "edge collision" in AFL?
Because in that case if you are fuzzing a target with lots of branches, wouldn't this problem make fuzzing a lot less efficient? I think that's what he was referencing, but I'm not entirely sure