DelaunayImage <<

The goal of this small project was to create a tool which can generate artistic bitmap and/or vector graphic (.svg) images using Delaunay triangulation algorithm. I wrote a full article about this project, which can be found here .

Example of a generated image:

Triangulated output image

Fractal Erosion <<

The goal of this project was to procedurally generate 3D terrain using Diamond-square fractal algorithm . At first I implemented this using C++17 with OpenGL, then I decided to give a shot and implement it using JavaScript and WebGL, which be seen in action here .

Erosion GIF

Imger <<

Imger is a collection of image processing algorithms implemented in Go. Example of algorithms:

Technology stack:

Recon Tools <<


domain-recon is a tool which can be used for passive host reconnaissance. It helps extend the attack surface by fetching all the available active certificates for the host. Using certificate parsing, it extracts all available domains from "Common Name" and "Matching Identities" fields. Moreover, in a lot of cases, it may encounter certificates issued for wildcard domains ( example: * ). For these domains, it can use a word list to extend these wildcards by filling in words from the list and generate new potential subdomains.

domain-recon in action

Read the full article here: Certificate Parsing with domain-recon

simple-port-scanner (sps)

It is exactly what the name of the app says, a simple port scanner written in Rust. It is cross platform, it does TCP SYN or full TCP connect scans on hosts. It supports host discovery with TCP PING, ICMP PING and UDP PING. It is aiming to be simple to use and fast.


cert-ripper is tool for retrieving the certificate chain for a hostname or URL. The certificates from the chain can be simply printed out in an OpenSSL format to the standard output, or they can be saved in a folder in different formats (PEM, TXT - OpenSSL, DER, etc.)

Static Site Generator (ssg) + This Site <<

At a certain point I wanted to have my own personal site where I can share and document what I am working on and my own experience about tech. My idea was to write everything in simple markdown files and transform them to static HTML pages. Although there are many existing solutions out there, I found everything either way too complicated to learn or having way more overhead than what I need. I decided to write a simple Python script, which can transform markdown pages to HTML. That is how ssg was born. It is opinionated, developed mainly for this site and not intended to be used by everyone else. But it works for me, which is good enough...