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my work mostly surrounds systems, security and computation, with tidbits of web. i mostly orient myself in research and development, building products that innovate and solve problems, as well as providing me an incentive to build and learn. this page is here to showcase are some of my most valued work.
turingmachines is an independent organized that some friends and i maintain in order to publish open-sourced code that is oriented towards research, specifically in the fields of distributed systems, computation, and cryptography. while our projects are currently small-scaled, we aim to provide simplicity towards complexity in today’s systems.
server-side bruteforce framework that supports dictionary attacks for several protocols.
web-based active reconaissance framework for penetration testers
penetration testing toolkit with support for multiple protocols
a small library for Lagrange polynomial interpolation in Galois fields
research in k-means clustering for color quantization
Rust implementation of NYU’s PolyPasswordHasher storage scheme
a linux distribution for rebels
music player for terminal-lovers!
background display manager for X11 systems
bookmarking for terminal-lovers!
outsourcing entropy to dictionary corpuses
CSS Framework designed for aesthetic typography and minimalism through simplification
web-based pastebin with a focus on security