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Paolo Perego (aka thesp0nge) is a Senior Security consultant for [http://www.reply.eu Spike Reply] where he works as penetration tester, code reviewer and SSDLC designer.
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Paolo Perego (aka thesp0nge) is a Senior Security consultant for [http://http://www.reply.eu/en/solutions/security Spike Reply] where he works as penetration tester, code reviewer and SSDLC designer.
  
 
He started as Linux Kernel hacker in 1996 with a security project with the ambitious goal to turn a linux box into an unoffensive party in a network. [http://www.sikurezza.org/angel AngeL] project was a LSM that hijack linux system call table and netfilter hooks placing sanity checks before packet leaving the box or system call execution granted to the user.
 
He started as Linux Kernel hacker in 1996 with a security project with the ambitious goal to turn a linux box into an unoffensive party in a network. [http://www.sikurezza.org/angel AngeL] project was a LSM that hijack linux system call table and netfilter hooks placing sanity checks before packet leaving the box or system call execution granted to the user.
  
 
He is now devoted to source code assessment and code reviewing mission and he leads the Owasp [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Orizon_Project Orizon] project, an opensource code review engine.
 
He is now devoted to source code assessment and code reviewing mission and he leads the Owasp [http://www.owasp.org/index.php/Category:OWASP_Orizon_Project Orizon] project, an opensource code review engine.

Revision as of 06:33, 21 April 2008

Paolo Perego (aka thesp0nge) is a Senior Security consultant for Spike Reply where he works as penetration tester, code reviewer and SSDLC designer.

He started as Linux Kernel hacker in 1996 with a security project with the ambitious goal to turn a linux box into an unoffensive party in a network. AngeL project was a LSM that hijack linux system call table and netfilter hooks placing sanity checks before packet leaving the box or system call execution granted to the user.

He is now devoted to source code assessment and code reviewing mission and he leads the Owasp Orizon project, an opensource code review engine.