I have been into the computer security scene since about 1998, and have since developed an interest in exploitation, reverse engineering, software development, system internals and beyond. A good chunk of my research can be found at https://www.bitlackeys.org, and https://github.com/elfmaster -- I have published in phrack magazine, vxheaven, POC||GTFO, and am currently working on a whitepaper with VirginiaTech University. I have a passion for hacking, and designing new security technologies, especially as they pertain to kernel internals, binary formats, and runtime instrumentation. Coding is the act of creation, and I love innovating.
"Shiva" A modern look into advancing the state of Linux process runtime hardening against exploitation by introducing a modular programming environment for the design and implementation of new security technologies without the need for compile-time instrumentation. One example demonstrates a Shiva module which implements backwards edge control flow integrity to prevent stack corruption exploits. The technology is fast, dynamic, and offers developers the programmatic insight and control to build quality software security features.