I’m a penetration tester, freelance security researcher, and passionate open-source developer. In my own time, I conduct vulnerability research and compete in CTF competitions to better understand the cyber threat landscape.
As a freelance security researcher, I try to constantly learn new techniques for finding vulnerabilities in everyday applications and software. Below is a list of my findings to date, including bug bounties and 0-day vulnerabilities disclosed as part of responsible disclosure guidelines
|04/16/2021||Undisclosed Vulnerability on Blockfi via HackerOne||BlockFi||Hackerone||N/A||$1,000|
|05/20/2020||Modification of Assumed Immutable Data (M.A.I.D) on the Hinge Dating Application||Hinge||Hackerone||N/A||$250|
|10/13/2020||TimeClock Software 1.01 0(Authenticated) Time-Based SQL Injection||Timeclock||Exploit-DB||N/A||N/A|
Below is a short list of articles and research papers I've published. For more information or to read the full article, click the linked icons below.
Below is a short overview of courses I've taken while at The Pennsylvania State University.
Below is a short overview of courses I've help teach as an undergrad at The Pennsylvania State University.
CRIM 100 Introduction to The American Justice System1/08/2016 - 06/30/2016
I assisted Professor Lecinda M. Yevchak in the Department of Sociology and Criminology in grading student papers and assisting students on the capstone project.DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY
As a passionate open source developer, I spent much of my time writting and reviewing code. Below is a couple projects I am currently hacking on. If you're interested in the full list of projects I'm contributing to, please see my GitHub