I am a site reliability administrator & information security professional based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on the stolen territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlilwətaɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.
I am the creator and developer of TLS Inspector: a free & open source iOS app trusted by thousands across the world to help protect their privacy online. Additionally, I maintain a number of TLS and security related open source projects. My most notable work is described below and more can be found on my Github profile.
Free WiFi, workplace internet, and computer viruses can put your personal information at risk. With TLS Inspector you can verify the secure connection information of any website and ensure that your information is private.
Technologies used: TypeScript, Electron.js, React.js, Golang, Web Assembly (WASM)
Easily import & generate many X.509 certificates for a wide variety of use cases in your browser or on your desktop.
Root CA Bundles
Technologies used: Golang, Docker, GitHub Actions
Automatically updated root CA certificate bundles from Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Mozilla.
Technologies used: TypeScript, React.js, Golang, Docker
An automation toolkit for UNIX-like computers. It's designed to be fast, efficient with thousands of hosts, and have minimal requirements on targets.
I can be reached on Mastodon, Signal, or regular unencrypted Email.
I look forward to discussing my work with you, however, I must ask that you do not contact me regarding employment oppertuinities. If I do not respond to your message, please take that as a clear indication that I am not interested.
You can find me at @[email protected] on the fediverse.
Send your message to +1 (778) 654-4672 using Signal. Please note that regular SMS, phone calls, and other messaging apps (like WhatsApp, Telegram) will not work with this number.
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