I am a Ph.D. student of Software Composition Group at the University of Bern since April 2018, under the supervision of professor Oscar Nierstrasz . I received my M.Sc. ('18) in Information Security from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM). During my master, I worked on designing an intelligent access point for mid-range wireless networks which was capable of providing two-factor authentication and attack detection. Prior to this, I had worked around 8 years in various companies as an information security consultant, developer, and cyber security instructor, e.g., CEH, Security\+, reverse engineering.
Research Interest- Web security and privacy - Software fuzzing and reverse engineering - Intrusion Detection - Static and Dynamic analysis
Project Proposals- [Abusing HTML5 permissions on browsers](https://scg.unibe.ch/wiki/projects/mastersbachelorsprojects/Abusing-HTML5-permissions-on-browsers) - [Building profile for developers using web scraping](https://scg.unibe.ch/wiki/projects/mastersbachelorsprojects/Building-profile-for-developers-using-web-scraping) - [Analyzing cryptographic questions on online sources](https://scg.unibe.ch/wiki/projects/mastersbachelorsprojects/Analyzing-cryptographic-questions-on-online-sources)
- Email: mohammadreza.hazhirpasand |AT| inf.unibe.ch
- Address: University of Bern, Software Composition Group,
Room 206, Schützenmattstrasse 14, CH-3012 Bern