I’m a first-year student @ NYU and a security engineer. I’ve previously worked at Trail of Bits and SSL. I specialize in program analysis and reverse engineering, cryptography, compilers, and security automation.
I’m passionate about building secure and efficient systems that bridge together with research innovations. Previous professional and personal work I’ve done included endeavors in scalable intrusion detection, fuzzing automation, and cryptographic assurance. I’m looking forward to working more with distributed systems, privacy research, and technical governance and policy.
I also write here! Besides the usual security/software development articles, I also (want to) publish about the intersectionaliy between security and culture, and technical governance.
- ffuzz ~ grammar fuzzing architecture (stealth mode)
- CrashSimulator ~ crash-replay system that performs mutation analysis through anomaly injection.
- PolyPasswordHasher.rs ~ Rust implementation for the PolyPasswordHasher secret sharing-based password database.
- Ghostpass ~ novel(ty) cryptosystem based on textual steganography and plausible deniability.