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Thank you for taking the time to visit my humble corner of the web. I'm Georgios Roumeliotis, and I'm excited to share my passion for ethical hacking with you. While I primarily work as an Information Security Consultant and Penetration Tester at TwelveSec in Athens, Greece, my journey is quite simple.

Who Am I?


By day, I'm a cybersecurity enthusiast who's fortunate to work with an amazing team at TwelveSec. Though I've earned a few certifications like the eLearnSecurity Junior Penetration Tester (eJPT), Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP), and Offensive Security Wireless Professional (OSWP), please don't think of them as mere titles – they represent my dedication to understanding the world of information security.

A Bit of My Journey


In the past, my journey led me down the path of Embedded Systems Development and Linux Platform Engineering. These roles shaped my understanding of technology and the digital world in unique ways. But, my journey into ethical hacking has been the most fulfilling part of my career so far.

Why This Blog?


This blog is a simple attempt to give back to the community that has helped me grow. I'm here to share my knowledge, experiences, and any helpful tips and tricks I've picked up along the way. My aim is to assist you in navigating the world of cybersecurity and protecting what matters most to you.

Support Me with a Coffee!


Creating and maintaining this blog is a labor of love, and your support is genuinely appreciated. If you find value in what I share and would like to show your appreciation, consider buying me a coffee. It's a small gesture, akin to sharing a coffee with a friend, but it goes a long way in helping me sustain this platform.



Your support is incredibly humbling and encourages me to keep sharing insights, tips, and stories related to ethical hacking. After all, we're on this journey together, and every little bit of support makes a significant impact.

Thank you for joining me on this modest adventure as we explore the fascinating world of ethical hacking. Together, we can learn, have fun, and contribute to a safer digital world, one blog post at a time.

With gratitude,
Georgios Roumeliotis

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