Cybersecurity and privacy technology are my favourites. I have been working with them since 2014, and continue to learn more about them everyday. I resolve cybersecurity issues for a living and have started my own small cyberbusiness in 2020.
In my free time you can find me listening to music and working on projects. I love a good rave or some time with friends, camping in the wild without any tech nearby and enjoying good vibes. I'm an active member of local youth and cultural organisations and love to organise events myself.
Like everyone working with computers I have tons of projects. Some of these projects are actively used by the online community. You can find more information about them by checking community projects.
If you ever feel the need to reach out to me, don't hesitate and contact me on me[at]cyllos.dev [276FDD93].
An independent gridcoin block explorer. Designed when there were many forks in the gridcoin blockchain, to inform people if they were on the right fork or not. By being still visited daily,
queries have been performed since 2018. The public gridcoin node itself is currently connected to different gridcoin users, to help them sync and to secure the network.
more info - gridcoin.network
> grepolis map enhancer
A script designed to add different enhancements to the online game Grepolis. The script adds player tags on the map, displays inactive players, allows custom tagging of cities, alliance synchronisation and more.
- sync operations have been processed by my servers this far.
more info - gme.cyllos.dev
The audio project Lockdown Walk is a 24-hour curation of sounds recorded during the initial months of the Covid-19 pandemic. A website was created to expose the artist's work online, which reached more than 1200+ people.
more info - lockdownwalk.cyllos.dev
> tor relays
The Tor network consists mainly of volunteers running nodes. As a supporter of online privacy and security I set up a node in 2017 which ran until 2020. A second node has been deployed in 2019 and is still actively routing 150+ megabits of network traffic. The node has already routed more than 1700 terabytes of data since it's setup.
more info - metrics.torproject.org