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Aaron S. DeVera

  • 🔭 I’m currently working on making it easier for anyone to detect adversaries.
  • 👯 I’m looking to collaborate on technology that protects underserved communities.
  • 🤔 I’m looking for help with events and exhibitions that elevate hacker and human rights.
  • 💬 Ask me about consensual communications, deception operations, private intelligence, automated attacks.
  • 📫 How to reach me: email or twitter
  • 😄 Pronouns: they/them
  • Fun fact: I am the Time Magazine Person of the Year, 2006


  • speaker @ PancakesCon, March 2021
  • speaker @ The Diana Initiative, August 2020
  • speaker @ SummerCon, June 2020
  • lightning speaker @ BotConf, December 2019
  • curator, museum of modern malware @ DEFCON 27, August 2019
  • speaker @ NCFTA, July 2019
  • malwarebytes booth speaker @ Black Hat USA, August 2018
  • conference speaker @ South by Southwest 2018, March 2018
  • article author (as th0tnet) @ 2600 Magazine, Nov 2017



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  1. Android AppID <> Hash Resolver


  2. killzone Public

    Tool to takedown ("malicious") hosts on a network based on vendor code

    Shell 1

  3. Python API wrapper library for Convex Value API

    Python 2

  4. phantom Public

    community apps for Phantom security orchestration platform

    Python 5 6

91 contributions in the last year

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Activity overview

Contribution activity

November 2021

Created 2 repositories

Created a pull request in jbx-protocol/juice-interface that received 3 comments

typo on landing page: "lead" => "led"

+1 −1 3 comments
Opened 1 other pull request in 1 repository
labacdotdev/conduct 1 open

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