I'm a software developer and an IT security enthusiast from Kolkata,India, living in Bangalore, India.

Over last 10+ Years i've worked in several different subdomains within Information Security. Some of them are :
  • Web Application Security
  • Mobile Application Security
  • Malware Analysis
  • Vulnerability Research/Fuzzing
  • Exploit Development
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Full Stack Web Development
  • Security Tool Development / Coding and Automation
  • Windows Endpoint Development with C/C++ (User Land and Kernel Mode Driver)
  • Incident Response
  • Robot Detection

  • Runtime Detection of Browser Exploits Via Injected Scripts (https://patents.google.com/patent/US20210097186A1/)
  • Detection of Malicious Scripted Activity in Fileless Attacks (https://patents.google.com/patent/US20210097174A1/)
Published Book(s):
  • Penetration Testing for Jobseekers: Perform Ethical Hacking across Web Apps, Networks, Mobile Devices using Kali Linux, Burp Suite, MobSF, and Metasploit 
    • Worldwide https://www.amazon.com/Penetration-Testing-Jobseekers-Networks-Metasploit-ebook/dp/B09XZ6V9Q8/
    • India : https://www.amazon.in/Penetration-Testing-Jobseekers-Networks-Metasploit/dp/9355511973/

Few of my security research works and achievements can be found Here

I love to find software security bugs. Some for $$$ and some for fun. I also develop everyday hacks that make life a better place. The internet is my only teacher, I do lot of experiment and head scratching. I strongly believe networking is sharing and sharing is caring. Sharing knowledge helps us increase our own knowledge.  Most of the soft stuffs i write(good / bad), I make them open source to help other's development.​ As a big enthusiast of IT security and ethical hacking,I love to learn and discover new things and to share knowledge and experience. I hope you find this blog useful.

My views are my own and do not represent those of my employer.

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