I am a software developer whose focus is security, reverse-engineering and malware analysis. I love programming, but slightly more than that, I love learning. Other people watch TV, I read non-fiction books, papers, experiment, and surf the web. It’s been that way since age 11-ish. My third love is security and keeping people safe. I have combined these three efforts into one amazing experience by reverse-engineering software, malware, and binary analysis.
A couple of things:
This blog’s focus
The planned focus for this blog is reverse-engineering and malware analysis. However, these two fields make virtually all software development-related subjects relevant and I may write about these other related subjects. I’ll leave you with this quotation from Dwight D. Eisenhower:
In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.
Yes, this is a WordPress
Below you will find the disclaimer. The reason for this disclaimer is that this is a software-related blog, which means that I will be posting links for you to visit and download software. Whenever this occurs, there is potential for unexpected or unknown results. In some posts, I will be posting about malware which is software designed to harm your computer, cause financial loss, or possibly even physical damage to you, your family, or friends. I will do my best to clearly mark all links and/or references to malware as malware and probably even include this disclaimer in the post, but be forewarned anyway.
Everything you do with the information, files, and software that you receive from this website is done at your own risk. By reading this website, you agree that I, Todd Cullum, am not responsible for any damages to your computer or any other property, life, or damages that may be caused to the property and/or lives of others as a result. If you do not agree to the terms of this disclaimer, exit this website immediately, do not return, and do not follow any advice.
Please feel free to contact me at todd at toddcullumresearch.com for any reason. That is, todd at the domain of this website .com, using the @ sign and without spaces. I write it like this to help mitigate spam bots from grabbing my email, although I’m sure they still will. Also, for encrypted email, find my public key below:
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