Subatomic Traffic Controller. CEO of a company making MMO bots. Author of "Game Hacking". Senior Architect @ Cylance. Ex Bromium. Read more on the About page.
To warm up for DEFCON quals, my team and I decided to give PlaidCTF a shot. We knew it was going to bring some hard, fun challenges, and it did not disappoint. I immediately jumped into my comfort zone by tackling a pwn challenge, and got my first flag of
When I'm working from home, I like to feel comfortable on my regular battlestation. My work has to be done on a company machine, however. To keep the familiarity of my setup while on my work laptop, I decided to use a KVM Switch. The KVM Switch has inputs for
Time for episode two of How to Hack! The challenge in this episode is a harder version of the one from episode one, so make sure to check it out first. If you missed it, you can find it here. Link here
So I've recently started streaming again, and pwnables are of my favorite things to stream. Twitch nukes my recordings after only two weeks, but they contain really good, detailed breakdowns of the attacks I use. They're like my write-ups, but in a different medium. I just put together the first
This is the introduction to a multi-part series where I will be refreshing and reposting content which I've written before the days of this blog. An introduction to the series and topic is here. Back when I was writing my book, I intended to include a chapter with a candid