I'm merely another cybersecurity thinker and philosopher, occasionally researcher and enthusiast, addicted to computer and network (in)security, being the creator of T50 and the only Brazilian researcher to speak at the extinct PH-Neutral Conference (invite-only) in Berlin.

Also, I have completed some researching work on (still missing Github):
  • Permutation Oriented Programming – a completely different and powerful approach to research and analyze vulnerabilities and which can be applied to both offensive and defensive approach.
  • SQL Fingerprint powered by ENG++ Technology – a tool designed to perform version fingerprinting for Microsoft SQL Server 2000, 2005, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017, as well as capable to describe the patch-level for them. 
    • An unpublished technology preview (prototype) version is also capable to identify Microsoft SQL Server related vulnerabilities with no hazard and no authentication.
  • T50: an Experimental Mixed Packet Injector – a tool designed to perform stress testing on a variety of infrastructure network devices, covering some regular protocols (ICMP, IGMP, TCP and UDP), some infrastructure specific protocols (GRE, IPSec and  RSVP) and some routing protocols (RIP, EIGRP and OSPF).
  • Inception: Client-side vulnerability under the microscope – a deep dive experience on a reverse engineering for a client-side vulnerability, showing a full process to start a vulnerability dissection, which resulted in a change of CVE-2008-4844.
As a sought-after speaker, I have presented to industry professionals at conferences, such as:
  • IME Cryptology Week (2000/2001)
  • CNASI (2000/2004/2005)
  • Security Week (2002)
  • Gartner (2002)
  • CONIP (2004)
  • SERPRO/TIC (2006)
  • ITA SSI (2006)
  • H2HC (2006/2009/2010/2011/2015/2016/2017)
  • FEBRABAN CIAB Workshop (2009)
  • PH-Neutral (2011)
  • BSidesSaoPaulo (2012)
  • Silver Bullet (2012)
  • YSTS (2013)
  • The Developer's Conference (2015)
  • BSidesLatam (2016)
  • MIND THE SEC (SP2017)
  • ROADSEC (RJ2016 / SP2017)
For further information about me, please, reach me through email.