My name is Olivia, and I am a sophomore at the Rochester Institute of Technology. I am double-majoring in Cybersecurity and Computer Science, and minoring in Open Source Software and Free(dom) Culture.
Recent Blog Posts
Learn how to exploit Windows machines with Hak5 USB Rubber Duckies, a keystroke injection tool disguised as a generic flash drive.
High level languages (HLLs) are designed for humans. However, computers can’t understand HLLs, so it translates them into machine language.
In August 2021, I began a research project on open source malware under Dr. Amit Ray. This article examines the results collected through…
I lead RITSEC’s Open Source Security mentorship group. I served as the Vice President of RIT’s Women in Cybersecurity chapter and the Treasurer of RITSEC.
In my spare time, I attend political debate clubs and participate in cybersecurity competitions. I also enjoy reading reference and advice books, dystopian novels, and biographies of famous computer nerds.