Hi, I am Charlie Fligg and I've been coding ever since I was 12. I attend Marist School where I am currently a senior. In my free time I try to pick up new programming skills and try to break things. I like to play Capture the Flags which are hacking competitions in addition to participating in bug bounty programs.
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Coded and designed two websites: 1-Emerald Data Networks (where I interned) and 2-Marist Robotics Team website.View Code View site
Created a BMI calculator that was different from other calculators for use in an Emory doctor's practice. This BMI calculator not only calculated BMI but also told the doctor how much weight patients had to lose in order to qualify for surgery. Designed for Phones.View Code View Site
Facial Recognition Nerf Gun
Applied facial recognition to a Nerf Gun and then coded the camera and motors of the Nerf Gun to track the movements of faces.View Code View Site
Password Word Generator API
Addressed the problem of forgetting passwords by developing a new password generator to create easier to remember words that could be used in passwords.View Code View Site
Breaking into Windows: A Windows USB
Utilizing a windows boot installer usb drive to access user files from outside of the operating system. Bypasses login page and allows for direct file access.
Passwords in Chrome: A Python Malware
Abusing local host connections to the google chrome password storage to decrypt and steal passwords.
Breaking into Windows: Abusing Windows Spotlight
Windows API, JSON, Cmd
Hack Still in Progress. Coming soon.
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