I am a self-taught cybersecurity specialist and software developer of parceled miscellany, with a fair share of “unique curiosities”. I prefer simple, supply-chain-free code where possible, but ironically enjoy ruminating on ruthlessly complex or contrived cybersecurity APT attack scenarios.
I enjoy stitching together loose ends to see a complete solution when the problem or the path is initially unclear. I am meticulous and single-task-oriented to a near-obsessive fault: good luck prying my fingers from the keyboard when I detect problem-solving afoot anywhere in my proximity.
For me, it’s the rush of discovery, the responsibility and utility of a code project, and the thrill of digital treasures. Like a metal detector, but finding lost metal doesn’t just yield old rusty trinkets: it helps people in the real world.
With all its dangers, comforts, and attractions, there’s nothing quite like a novel discovery in the metropolis of cyberspace.
Who am I?
Just a regular guy with a deep passion for all things digital and a love for creation.
What am I?
A systems administrator and cybersecurity professional by day; a reverse-engineer and laissez-faire developer by night.
Where am I?
Working. At a terminal. Avoiding my debt to the Sandman. Enjoying the calm breeze of a late summer evening. Pick any.
When am I?
I am then and I am now, and to the limit of my senses I am yet to be.
Why am I?
That probably requires a couple more kilobytes to discuss!
How am I?
I’m great, thanks!