It’s me again.
It’s been far too long. Over the past year and a half (ish) I dropped the ball with my blogging efforts. Between doing contract work and working on getting Web Sight off the ground as a solo founder, this blog fell by the wayside. Things have been even more hectic than usual over the past few months, which in turn has resulted in my open sourcing (yay!) of Web Sight and joining Snapchat’s fledgling red team with my good friend rook. I’ll be moving out to Los Angeles for Snapchat accordingly – if you’re in the L.A. area let me know and let’s meet up!
As I transition into my new role and adjust direction with my career and personal life, I’ll be getting back into maintaining this site. I’ve got big plans for new material and research areas I’ll be working on, and I’m looking forward to sharing all that and more here. As of right now, some friends of mine and I are anxiously awaiting hearing back from DEFCON, Blackhat Briefings, and Blackhat Arsenal. Once we do, we may be able to share details about some seriously killer/terrifying research we’ve been conducting over the past few months.
To everyone that has supported my efforts with Web Sight, I can’t thank you enough. The past ~two years have been the craziest rollercoaster I’ve ever ridden, and there’s no way I could have made it as far as I did without the love and support that my friends and family provided. While it’s disappointing that Web Sight did not mature into the security product that I wanted, I’m quite happy with the outcome in front of me now, and am excited to provide the platform free to the community through an open source license.
Over the next month I’ll be giving a talk at Hushcon, another talk at QCon NYC, and will be helping organize volunteers for S(c)ummercon. If you’re planning on attending any of these (and if you’re not you’re kinda messing up) let’s grab a beer!