Active FortifyIQ customers receive updates to the library of attack plugins, and they also have the ability to add their own pairs of attack plugins written in C++ or Python. If they want to use FaultInjection Studio for a specific attack, all they need to really do is simply define a configuration file with such a mapping, according to the attack plugin documentation. For every iteration of the simulation—the corresponding input data, output data, and the fault type (or types) are written to the output file. This enables a comprehensive set of data for analysis by FireIQ. Watch the video to learn more!