Hi, I'm Richard Clarke (@rsclarke), a security researcher interested in fuzzing at scale, developing tools to identify vulnerabilities and helping share my knowledge on exploitation, programming and various tech stacks.
Previously I spent over 6 years in the telecoms industry, working with large scale embedded real time systems discovering and reporting vulnerabilities to help keep national infrastructure secure. The work focused primarily on source code review, reverse engineering and fuzzing in order to discover vulnerabilities.
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