This project is intended to illustrate the harnessing required to fuzz a Linux kernel module using AFL through the Xen VMI API. The tool utilizes Xen VM forks to perform the fuzzing, thus allowing for parallel fuzzing/multiple AFL instances to fuzz at the same time. Coverage guidance for AFL is achieved using Capstone to dynamically disassemble the target code to locate the next control-flow instruction. The instruction is breakpointed and when the breakpoint triggers, MTF is activated to advance the VM ahead, then the processes is repeated again. The tool allows fine-tuning how many control-flow instructions to allow the fuzzing to encounter before terminating. This provides an alternative to timing out the fuzzing process.