I go to school, drink my cereal, and spend a lot of time on the computer.
I'm a Purdue University student in Computer Science, and I love all things computers and security-related. I'm on the b01lers CTF team and the RunCMD() (I didn't pick the name) CCDC team. If I'm not on a sick keeb popping shells I'll be snowboarding, mountain biking, or staring somewhere listening to drops until someone asks if I'm okay because I'm spacing out™
Things I Like:
Computer Science / Reverse Engineering
Graphic Design / Art
Just a couple of photos I've taken. More here!
Machariel-Redux: A re-creation of my old machariel script from Cyber Patriot IX. Written in C and extended by more C or by shell scripts. Automates typical security tasks.
Wharden: A Powershell sytem to automatically set up Windows systems. Has the ability to drop to a system-level prompt (admittedly hacky and super janky depending on the specific version of Windows.
CTF: Holds all the files (and I do mean all the files, there's virtually zero organization) from all the CTFs I've played. Has challenges and solutions, which I mostly write in Python when possible.
THANKSGIVING: A project that's just starting to make an IRC bot that will do stuff for me. Like grab a boilerplate script + some variables and make a simple pwntools program to make CTF-winning faster.
Writeups: Where I write with as much emotion as I can muster about the very dry way I solved CTF challenges. Only one writeup there so far but I'm taking one notable writeup in my first month of CTF as a win.
Friday: This will eventually be a rewrite of Wharden. Once I get around to it. If I get around to it.