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Ian H.


San Diego, CA

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September 26, 2013


Out of retirement to launch a Cyber Security co. Difference? Backgnd in mainframes, Cray supercomputers & machine code (x86, ARM, i860). Wrote FORTRAN/C compiler+linker+driv­ers. Led OS dev team. Can lick Stuxnet, Flame...w/prop. proven custom OS.

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Look forward to networking with other Cyber Security pros. Much I can learn from you guys. Conversely with Assembly and computer architecture backgnd, I may add a different perspective. My take on Win/OS X/Linux -- more holes than a swiss cheese. As a machine code/system programmer, I have come up with almost a dozen assembly coded malware methodologies that, I believe, would be undetectable. Certainly not by me! Heard of Galois polynomials? Combine them with m/code and you have 99.9999999..% unhackable malware. Maybe the Chinese and Russians have discovered this. But there is much you guys can teach me about interfacing Win/OS X/Linux. Much you can teach me about SQL & servers. I look forward to chatting with you all.

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