In 2013, I completed my Abitur (German high school degree) in a town called Wasserburg am Inn. I showed early interest in computers in general, programming, and engineering, therefore I decided to study computer science. I started my B.Sc. in Computer Science at Technische Universität München (TUM) in 2013 and graduated in 2016. Currently I’m finishing my CS M.Sc. at TUM, too. From 2014 to 2016 I worked at Fraunhofer AISEC as research assistant and got my hands dirty with Android security and the development of App-Ray, a vulnerability scanner for Android applications. In 2016, I started to work for HvS-Consulting, doing penetration testing, social engineering and lots of fun stuff.
My main interest is IT security, but I also write code from time to time - mainly Python, but I’m profound in Java, too. I really like Haskell which I learned for university, but didn’t kept on working with since its a rather academic language in my opinion. Since Rust and Go will be the languages of the 21st century, I try to keep an eye on them whenever possible.
Apart from spending time with computers, I like playing Schafkopf (a bavarian card game) or experiencing adventures with my friends and colleagues.
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About the site
There’s some German stuff on the site (especially older posts), but I’ll try to write in English in the future.
The site is completely static and rendered by Hugo. I take care not to set cookies or load content from external pages - I think this is a bad idea most of the time, not required for my use case and keeps the page small and fast. And of course it respects your privacy.