Hi! I work on a lot of cool stuff involving around my passions: malware research, medical device security, and blockchain technology. However, I work on other things too.
It started with my personal curiosity on hacking my own power-wheelchair that runs off on a neat protocol called R-Net. Unfortunately R-Net is closed-source and a black-box protocol. That was until I decided to change that. I made an OSS library of sorts in Python that allows you to control your chair with multiple devices. Such a Raspberry Pi or linux based computer as seen here in this cool video! It didn't stop there though. Your smart cellphone can work with your chair too.
You can see the library code here: can2RNET
Many hours were spent with friends unravelling the mystery of R-Net. We spent 100+ hours total from the start of the research. It was brutal as we were sweating our tears from our eyes. It felt like we had many nights with no sleep. The hard work paid off though as it helped launched my evolving career and allowed me to present at professional conference talks. I was able to speak at amazing events such as DEFCON 24, Kaspersky SAS, and many more events. Awards were won and university research teams were contacting me to help with their projects. Such as the SmartWheels chair prototype. I couldn't ask for a more awesome life at 26. It will only get better as time goes on.
In addition to all of that, I also maintain a privacy-aware OSS AI assistant called Project Naomi. Go check it out. If you like it, please consider sponsoring that on GitHub too. https://github.com/NaomiProject or feel to help out in whatever way you want.
Your sponsorship helps me continue to contribute. It helps offset the costs of getting to conferences, and pay for hosting and other promotional expenses associated with my projects.
Naomi, an open source vocal assistant Jarvis-like based on the Jasper ProjectPython 116
This repo has code and documentation to control power-wheelchairs with R-Net electronics.Python 19
A complete overhaul of the Golang wrapper for libsodiumGo 94
PHP 5.x support for random_bytes() and random_int()PHP 7.1k
The honey pot allows connections to be made to it, and mimics the appropriate protocols that are defined as plugins without actually allowing system access.Python 4
A simple operating system for the Raspberry PiAssembly 3
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$5 a month
Have your name show up in my backers repo!
$50 a month
You'll get access to the previous perks, but now you will be able to ask me some general tech questions with a 1 hour long chat via Skype or encrypted chat services. (if requested)
- 1 hr chat per month
$100 a month
Want me to help you with code reviews or code help in general?
- I will spend 2 hours per month to review code or help fix your code.
GitHub or GitLab repos preferably please!
$200 a month
I will help create a small program for you, within reason (3 days of coding) OR we can design the architecture you will need.
- 1 program per month
$500 a month
This is a huge amount of support, thanks!
I will help create a small or medium sized program for you, within reason (3-6 days of coding) OR we can design the architecture you will need.
- 1 program per month
$1000 a month
Okay, you should probably talk to me at a professional level at this point. I work at an information security firm: Risktronics
If you choose this tier, you will have my full attention and I will reply to your request asap. You'll get my team's support too.
Risktronics is a cybersecurity company based in Cluj (Romania), focused on Vulnerability Research & Penetration Testing.
We provide the following:
- Vulnerability Research
- Vulnerability Scanning / Vulnerability Assessment
- Penetration Testing (Black box, Gray box, White box)
- Network Penetration Testing (external/internal)
...and much more services included.