Pantegana is a HTTPS Botnet written in Go. It can be used to test anti-malware software and IPS/IDS. Currently, Pantegana is not being detected by major anti-virus software like Kaspersky and Malware-Bytes. This is because the binary signature is unique for every build and the traffic runs HTTPS, which makes it look like normal web browsing traffic.
Hello and welcome to my portfolio. I am Federico Cassano, an international student from Milan. I am part of Northeastern University's class of 2025 where I'm studying in the combined major B.S. Cybersecurity and Economics program. I am very passionate about all things computers. I started my journey in CS from a very young age by coding a gaming server network to now creating machine learning applications, operating systems, compilers, programming languages, web applications and most importantly, security appliances. I am also very interested in how corporations and companies manage their assets and how to secure them.
I attended a technical institute in Milan as my secondary education, where I studied a mix of mathematics and computer science subjects such as programming languages, systems and networks, IT project management, and telecomunications. For my final year of high school I attended North Broward Preparatory School as a dorm student to strengthen my academic curriculum and study abroad while still being enrolled in my Italian school. In May of 2021 I graduated NBPS with Excellence Honors in Cybersecurity and Economics, while transitioning to my current university.