Benjamin Kunz Mejri (34) is active as a penetration tester and security researcher for private and public security firms, hosting entities, banks, isp(telekom) or ips. His specialties are security checks, penetrationtests on services, software, web applications, ics, government protection or reverse engineering, lectures, presentations and workshops about practical security. During his work as a penetration tester and vulnerability researcher, many famous open- or closed source applications, software and services were formed more secure. In 1997, Benjamin K.M. founded a non-commercial and independent security research group called, “Evolution Security Research Group”.
In 2014 he founded the company “Evolution Security GmbH”. In 2004 the new Vulnerability Lab Program established as the transparent legal european initiative for vulnerability researchers, analysts, bug bounty hunters, penetration testers and serious hacker groups. Benjamin K.M. identified zero-day vulnerabilities in well known products from companies such as DELL, AT&T, Barracuda, Mozilla, Kaspersky, Sony, McAfee, Google, Oracle, Fortinet, Microsoft, Apple, PayPal, Skype, Facebook, United Airlines & SonicWall. He participated in multiple bug-bounty/research/developer programs, manage interviews solve important security jobs and joined to famous events/contests. In may 2012 Ben discovered 3 critical session vulnerabilities affecting 670 & 350 million user accounts of the skype, xbox live and msn hotmail account service. Ben provides also exclusive exploitation sessions & excellent security talks. Mejri is listed by wikipedia since the year 2016.