About

My name is Francisco Falcon. I’m a reverse engineer with 12 years of experience. I work at Core Security as a Specialist Exploit Writer.
I’m interested in low-level stuff such as reverse engineering, vulnerability research and exploitation.
I’ve been a speaker at security conferences such as REcon (Canada, 2012 and 2014), Ekoparty (Argentina, 2013), Hack.lu (Luxembourg, 2013 and 2014) and Black Hat Europe (The Netherlands, 2015).

3 thoughts on “About

  1. Buenas tardes Francisco, nos gustaria saber si participaras en RuCTFE? es el primer CTF de este estilo en el que participaremos con NULL Life, ya tenemos la infraestructura (estamos esperando las vms) y te queriamos invitar en caso que no tengas equipo, si te animas a participar con nosotros nos podes avisar por twitter o correo, un saludo!

  2. Hi,
    I am a graduate student from Auburn University, USA and do a survey on buffer overflow vulnerability. I found you detect buffer overflow vulnerabilities, but I can’t find his email address. Can I get his email address? Then I will send all survey documents to you. Thank you.

    Best regards,
    Ming
    CSSE
    Auburn University

  3. Hi,
    I am a graduate student from Auburn University, USA and do a survey on buffer overflow vulnerability. I found you detect buffer overflow vulnerabilities and want to invite you to join in this survey, but I can’t find your email address. Can you supply the email address for me? Then I will send all survey documents to you. Thank you so much.

    Our proejct email address: sse@auburn.edu

    Best regards,
    Ming Fang
    CSSE
    Auburn University

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