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Hi,
 
Hi,
  
I am Markus. For several years I've been working as a developer, architect, coach, team-lead and consultant in the telco industry. My focus is oriented torwards application security and hacking for over 10 years now as I got my hands on a linux box for the very first time. Within the OWASP Community I am currently working on JBroFuzz and do occasional reviews of the ZAP Project. I am located in Germany and if you want to know more --> talk/write to me.
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I am Markus. For several years I've been working as a developer, architect, coach, team-lead and consultant in the telco industry.  
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Currently I am employed by [http://www.syracom.com Syracom Consulting AG].
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My focus is oriented torwards application security and hacking for over 10 years now, starting as I got my hands on a linux box for the very first time.  
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Within the OWASP Community I am currently working on:
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- JBroFuzz  
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- Occasional reviews of the ZAP Project.
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- WebSPA
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- [https://www.owasp.org/index.php/OWASP_Review_BSI_IT-Grundschutz_Baustein_Webanwendungen Review of the WebBaustein 2012 (BSI, Germany)]
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I am located in Germany and if you want to know more talk/write to me.
  
 
Cheers,
 
Cheers,
 
Markus
 
Markus

Latest revision as of 09:52, 27 May 2013

Hi,

I am Markus. For several years I've been working as a developer, architect, coach, team-lead and consultant in the telco industry. Currently I am employed by Syracom Consulting AG.

My focus is oriented torwards application security and hacking for over 10 years now, starting as I got my hands on a linux box for the very first time. Within the OWASP Community I am currently working on:

- JBroFuzz

- Occasional reviews of the ZAP Project.

- WebSPA

- Review of the WebBaustein 2012 (BSI, Germany)

I am located in Germany and if you want to know more talk/write to me.

Cheers, Markus