[llvm-bugs] Issue 3974 in oss-fuzz: llvm/llvm-isel-fuzzer--aarch64-O2: Null-dereference READ in llvm::IRMutator::mutateModule

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Labels: ClusterFuzz Stability-Memory-AddressSanitizer Unreproducible  
Engine-libfuzzer Proj-llvm Reported-2017-11-01

New issue 3974 by monor... at clusterfuzz-external.iam.gserviceaccount.com:  
llvm/llvm-isel-fuzzer--aarch64-O2: Null-dereference READ in  

Detailed report: https://oss-fuzz.com/testcase?key=5289625049366528

Project: llvm
Fuzzer: libFuzzer_llvm_llvm-isel-fuzzer--aarch64-O2
Fuzz target binary: llvm-isel-fuzzer--aarch64-O2
Job Type: libfuzzer_asan_llvm
Platform Id: linux

Crash Type: Null-dereference READ
Crash Address: 0x000000000000
Crash State:

Sanitizer: address (ASAN)

Reproducer Testcase:  

Issue filed automatically.

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