0dd - The Zero (0) Day Division

The Zero (0) Day Division is a group of security professionals working towards a common goal; securing open-source projects.

Team

Sajeeb Lohani
Sajeeb Lohani · Founder / Security Tester

Founder of 0dd, Sajeeb Lohani currently holds 44 CVEs. He concentrates on finding security weaknesses within open-source projects using source code analysis techniques. He also coined the term, "Alkhimiya Analysis" which is the fusion of static and dynamic code analysis to find security vulnerabilities with very few (if not 0) false positives.

Jeff Thomas
Jeff Thomas · Security Tester

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Mike Monnik
Mike Monnik · Security Tester

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Cameron Stokes
Cameron Stokes · Security Tester

Cameron is a pentester, with interest in cryptographic implementations and bespoke applications. He has authored several tools, including recursebuster and GoGitDumper. He holds both OSCP and OSCE Offsec certifications.

Dr. Clinton Carpene (swarley)
Dr. Clinton Carpene (swarley) · Security Tester

Clinton is a pentester at Asterisk Information Security in Perth. Clinton's interests include web application vulnerabilities, broken cryptographic implementations, and writing tools for security testing. Clinton is also an organiser of the WAHCKon Perth information security conference.