“electronic sushi with lots of infosec wasabi”
Since 1997, people on and off the internet mostly know me as “e-sushi”, but my real name is Mike Edward Moras. I am an experienced cybersecurity expert, a well-vetted cross-platform software development specialist, as well as a seasoned graphic design professional who embraces visual communications across all media.
During the past three decades, I served the military of two different countries, helped startups evolve into full-blown businesses, enhanced the cybersecurity of major corporations and institutions, and have been featured in a multitude of books, magazines, and news articles around the globe.
A range of somewhat recent news articles talking about me (and how I uncovered and called out a FaceBook security issue that turned out to be a full-fledged privacy scandal with global impact, which affected millions of people) can be found at…
Also, when you look up my real name, search engines tend to provide a range of information about me and the other things I‘ve done up until today.
PGP/GPG public key fingerprint: 8f8d a5c3 5c97 ad66 9c88 386b c773 4d7e 5811 6c6a
In case the name rings a bell, you might be interested to know I'm also on Mastodon (originalesushi @ mastodon.social).
The e-sushi’s ip infos project helps you do a reverse IP lookup and get the WhoIs information of the individual IPv4 or IPv6 address you submit.
The entropy beacon project is, simply stated, a cryptographically secure randomness beacon which is publically accessible.
MiniBin is the quick and easy recycle bin by e-sushi for your Microsoft Windows system tray area. MiniBin is completely configurable as well as themeable using standard icon files (ICO) via minibin’s context menu. Also, you can change or translate every text minibin displays by simply modifying minibin’s INI file. Minibin has been build to adapt to its user’s personal preferrences. Make minibin all yours!
Remove that trash in style… recycle it your way!
You can find some design stuff like my presets for Android apps like KLWP, KWGT, KLCK, as well as my “Kustom APK” preset bundles at my public cloud folder.
The website follows Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) and should therefore be accessible to a broad audience. In case you happen to run into any accessibility issues nonetheless, please feel invited to contact e-sushi.
The system is configured to serve data via encrypted connections (SSL) only (verify) and the server sends strict security headers as an additional safeguarding measure (verify). If you think you have found a security problem related to this website, please contact e-sushi using the information contained in the security.txt with a description of what you think is wrong and a description of how to reproduce/verify the potential issue. Thanks.
First up: e-sushi does not engage in any kind of analytics and/or user tracking. It’s not that I wouldn’t be interested in getting to know you… it’s just that I don’t want to collect any kind of user data unless it’s really needed.
Generally, no personal data is collected except for server access logs. Access log data includes: timestamp, internet protocol address, user agent string, requested URL, referring URL, and resulting HTTP code. This data is collected for security reasons only and gets deleted after security evaluation by the system – usually within 24 hours. None of the data contained in server logs is shared with any 3rd party outside the hosting company (HostForWeb) for any reason whatsoever, unless explicitly required by law or court order. Up until today, e-sushi is not aware of any law or court order which would require e-sushi to share any server log data.
The “e-sushi.net” website does not set or use any digital cookies.
The “cloud.e-sushi.net” subdomain sets 4 session cookies for authentication purposes. Since you have no login credentials anyway, you could simply block those cookies. But even you don’t block them, you can rest assured that those cookies will be destroyed as soon as you close your browser… they are called “session cookies” for a reason.
The MiniBin download is currently being redirected via AdFly (https://adf.ly/privacy). Yeah, I know… you hate it. This has to be done due to the lack of donations. Think of the annoyance as your way to give something back while receiving a nice piece of freeware. Thanks for understanding and maybe think about showing some support so that that annoying redirect can be replaced with a more convenient, direct download.
The website as well as all data, files, and services available via this website, are provided “as is” and for “use at own risk”. All warranties with regard to this website, including all data and services available via this website, are disclaimed. In no event shall e-sushi be liable for any damages whatsoever which might arise out of or in connection with the availability, use, or performance of this website, or any data, file, or service which currently is, or once was, available via this website.
電子寿司 © 1996–2019 Mike Edward Moras (e-sushi)