At Deja vu Security I performed a number of strategic projects for clients, with successful attacks against Kernels, Hypervisors, BIOS System Management RAM, Cryptographic Implementations and SCADA Networks.
In late 2013, I left Security Innovation to travel. During this time I offered independent Secure Development, Penetration Testing, and Security Consultation.
During my years at Security Innovation provided Application Security Testing and Code Review to dozens of Fortune 500 firms.
Operated within a team which offered managed VPN security services for Fortune 500 Companies. In working here I learned a great deal about corporate client management and procedures.
It was here that I first cut my teeth into the business end of technology. I was with this company when it was a small 15 person team. I frequently came to the aid of clients who had had their servers compromised. After restoring their server, I would give them advice on how stay secure in the future. I did not yet know how these simple actions would snowball into my current career and passion.
See https://www.seattlenetworks.com/projects for a complete listing
A protocol agnostic and highly flexible unit testing framework written in python.
This research aims to unbury the secrets of the baseband, which is currently masked from deep research by a layer of security through obscurity
This tool which will allow a human to quickly query a codebase for hard to find vulnerabilities, utilizing a query language similar to XPATH. The end goal is for a language abstracted tool which has various feature modules depending on the capabilities of the language.
This tool enables rapid implementation and development of tests against memory mapped devices.