GironSec Security Analysis

Home of Joe Giron, Alias Evil1 & AverageJoe

Gironsec Security Analsysis Services has been serving the world something awesome since 2003. Joe Giron keeps blog of everything cool. Check back regularly for updates, or check out his papers for talks & whitepapers. There is code available too.

Brief Bio:

I'm an Arizona native. Born and raised here. I've moved elsewhere, but somehow ended up back here. I got into the 'h4x0r' scene back in 2003 when HackThisSite.org was still called HullaBallo, binrev PLA was in full swing, and LSD's RPCDOM sploit was leaked and wreaking havok on the windows server populace. I'm pretty young myself at 27, so I don't have as cool of stories about the 'old days' like my older compatriots, but I still have stories. I graduated high school in 04, picked up an associates in 2006 (around the time I released my first white paper) and have been picking things up since then. I've met a lot of cool people. Smart people. Life long friends and connections. I picked up the hacker handle 'Evil1' being the name of a Venom (now known as Cradle of Filth) song I liked, but I've detracted away from its negative stigmatism. I've tried to go by AverageJoe, but everyone still knows me by 'Evil1' or 'evil'. That's the problem with first impressions - you only get one. I'll just stick with the 2 for now. Evil1 for friends, AverageJoe for releases, blogs, and speeches.

What I can do for you

Gironsec Security Analysis offers a wide variety of services including but not limited to:

  • Penetration Testing
  • Source Code analysis
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Malware identification
  • PCI Compliance and much more!

Like all ethical hackers today I am for sale. I offer competitive prices and a high satisfaction rate.

Advertising myself is lame. If you want to get a hold of me check this page.

Stuff I Do

Hacking, cracking, coding, breaking things, making things, picking locks, soldering, drowning myself in a sea of useless knowledge, long walks on the beach...

What I'm Up To Now

My blog contains the majority of the happenings of what I'm up to. Next week I'll be in San Diego at ToorCon giving a couple of speeches.