I like to make, break, and fix things to see how they work inside out.
Some of my free time is spent writing code, reversing, researching malware, or participating in CTFs. A subset of my past findings have CVE identifiers:
- CVE-2016-5563: Unauthenticated and Privileged RCE in Oracle OPERA
- CVE-2016-5564: Exposure of Oracle SQL Database Credentials in Oracle OPERA
- CVE-2016-5565: Session Hijacking via Exposed Logs in Oracle OPERA
- CVE-2017-3762: Insecure OS Credentials Storage in Lenovo Fingerprint Manager
- CVE-2018-11228: Unauthenticated RCE via Bash Shell Service in Crestron TSW-X60
- CVE-2018-11229: Unauthenticated RCE via Command Injection in Crestron TSW-X60
- CVE-2018-13341: Elevation of Privilege in Crestron Terminal Protocol
- CVE-2019-8372: Local Privilege Elevation in LG Device Manager Driver
- CVE-2019-9730: Local Privilege Elevation in Synaptics Sound Device Driver
- CVE-2019-10724: Dolby DAX2 API Denial of Service (Arbitrary Process Termination)
Here's a list of the public InfoSec-related projects I'm working on:
- dirt: Vulnerability research initial assessment tool for Windows drivers
- ioctlpus: Front-end for DeviceIoControl requests for Windows drivers
- vria: Scalable initial assessment of binaries for vulnerability research
- wrecc: Windows Reverse Engineering Crash Course
- belch: Minimalist native desktop front-end for mitmproxy
Outside of work-related interests, I try to stay updated on emerging technologies (e.g. space exploration and AI) to the extent I can practically understand them. I also like to consume anything that reminds me of The Twilight Zone, read science fiction, and spend time with friends and family.
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