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My name is Adam, and I’m currently working as a Penetration Tester for Secarma Limited.

I have been involved in Infosec for as long as I can remember, learning from 29a and Phrack ‘zines, smashing the stack, returning to Libc and other fun stuff.

Professionally I have been working in security for a number of years. Primarily focusing on application security, from web application penetration tests, to thin/thick client disassembly, I spend my days delivering security consultancy to software vendors from around the world.

In my free time I do vulnerability research, finding bugs for Github, Evernote, PayPal, Symantec, Microsoft, Dell and Barracuda Networks to name a few. At the time of writing, I am currently ranked within the top 100 researchers on BugCrowd.

If you would like to contact me, feel free to do so at any of the usual places:

I’m usually also kicking around at many of the conferences:

  • OWASP Manchester
  • Steelcon
  • BSides (Manchester|London|Edinburgh)
  • Defcon