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Monthly Archives: July 2008

Adventure: Yosemite

Who would have thought, a random phone call and I was in Nima’s Volvo carrying my laptop speeding towards Yosemite National Park. I slouched on the leather seat reminiscing the last time I was there – eighth grade science camp. The cabins at Curry Village, the snowy trails we hiked, the giant sequoias we painted, […]

Random Thought: Life of a h4xx0r

Whether they wear black hats or white hats, hackers are networking specialists. They solve problems objectively and efficiently. Recently, I have experienced the extremes of both sides of the ethical spectrum, and found that each side’s works are vastly similar. Both of them do pen tests, publish papers, hold conferences, and develop software. It’s just […]