Scavenger Security is a Spanish CTF team founded during November 2020.
Carlos “00xc” ([email protected])
Carlos works as a Product Security Engineer at a Linux distribution vendor. Interests include vulnerability reseach, reverse engineering, low level software development and performance.
Iker “ikerl” ([email protected])
Iker works as a red teamer at Incide Digital SL. Other interests include web application pentesting, binary explotation and malware analysis.
Alex “r1p” ([email protected])
Alex works as a red teamer and pentester at [redacted], holds several IT-related certifications, including the OSCP, OSCE and an HND in Computer Network Systems Administration. Other interests include web application pentesting, binary exploitation and cryptography.
Maite “0xKn” ([email protected])
Maite is in her final year at university studying Bsc (Hons) Cyber Security Management. She also holds a HND in Development of Web Applications. She is interested in many fields of cybersecurity but is currently focusing on web application penetration testing.
Maialen “mz4b” ([email protected])
Maialen works as a Network Security Engineer at CSA. Other interests include forensic and network analysis, steganography and web application pentesting.
Pablo “blast_o” ([email protected])
Pablo works as a Systems Analyst/Admin at Naudit HPCN. Other interests include forensic and log analysis, steganography and web application pentesting.
Iñaki “fqlenos” ([email protected])
Iñaki is an undergraduate student in Telecommunications Engineering on his way to the OSCP certification. Other interests include web application security.
Miguel Angel “xtylez” ([email protected])
Miguel Angel is a Telecommunications Engineer currently working as Systems Administrator. Other interests include cryptography and binary explotation.
Javi “jartigag” ([email protected])
Javi studied Telecoms. Engineering, worked as an Observability Analyst at Naudit HPCN and now he works as a Threat Hunting Analyst at CSA. He usually addresses the “Misc” category, so interests are pretty varied.