I have been doing security assessments over the last few years to a wide variety of environments from web applications to mobile applications and internal networks. Most recently I also started working on hardware hacking where I have been doing assessments to routers, RDK set-top-boxes, Android set-top-boxes and even EV charging stations in order to help clients find and mitigate vulnerabilities and thus securing their devices.
I also work with development teams by reviewing software requirements and performing code analysis and penetration testing as well as reviewing and fine tuning the CICD process in order to ensure a secure development lifecycle.
I have a bachelors degree in Computer Science and I am currently finishing my master’s degree thesis on reverse engineering and binary patching, and I have CEH, OSCP and OSWE certifications.
My main programming language is Python, although I am also very familiar with JAVA, C and assembly.