Interested in anything to do with binary exploitation, currently looking into different techniques of Linux kernel and browser exploitation. In my spare time, I study CS at FRI.
Third year CS student at FRI, interested in OSINT, networking, and cryptography. Also likes to break things.
Primarily working with web application security, from time to time I like to dabble in embedded systems and RFID security.
When we run out of crypto, I go for low level stuff and hope the CTF ends before I reach web.
A CS student at FRI who is interested in security software, pwn in reverse engineering. Also Android developer, mechatronics and U23 cyclist.
I enjoy system administration and cyber security and privacy. I happily spend many hours on fun and weird ideas, even though they are usually useless. (copyright Google Translate)
Computer science and maths student on FRI, that engages in web security, cyber attack analysis and forensics. In his free time, he works with machine learning and data analysis.
Masters student and researcher at FRI, and DevOps engineer for work. In DragonSec I mostly work on PWN and infrastructure setup for CTF events.
Currently working as an application security engineer. Interested in operating system development, penetration testing and security research.
I am an undergrad CS student at University of Ljubljana, Slovenia. I am interested in binary exploitation and OSINT.
I'm a masters student at FRI. I'm interested mostly in digital forensics and reverse engineering.
Student of Computer Science and Mathematics, working as a developer in my free time. I'm solving cryptography and misc challenges.
I am a student at Faculty of Computer and Information Science (FRI) in Ljubljana and work part time as an intern in SOC as a cyber security analyst and hold an OSCP certificate. My primary focus is on red teaming, specifically AV/EDR evasion techniques and the use of different C2 frameworks. I also dabble in reverse engineering, malware analysis and Windows exploitation.
Student at Faculty of Computer and Information Science. Currently interested in reverse engineering, pwn, physical penetration and game hacking. I like changing bytes in memory something fun happens.
My cybersec journey started in web application security and stegonography CTFs. Currently studying a masters programme with emphasis on cryptography and side channel analysis.
I like to tackle all types of CTF challenges, especially crypto and forensics. Currently I am being initiated into DevOps waters (not frontend). Natural language processing is also a subject that intrigues me.
Fan of hardware and exotic CTF challenges. NOx's personal driver.
I study at FRI and I am interested in networks, security and OSINT.