Born in design, raised in code, entangled in cybersecurity.

Since 1997, people on and off the internet mostly know me as “e-sushi”. 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.

Mike Edward Moras (e-sushi)

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.

Want to talk? Send an email to contact@e-sushi.net

Secure communication channels are available upon request.

You might know e-sushi from Press, Books, Magazines, …

There are numerous publications out there that either feature me, or they wrote about something that I once created.

For example: in the book “Dissecting the hack: the f0rb1dd3n network” by Jason E Street, two of my meanwhile abandoned red team software tools – “Lognamer” and “IEClean” – are part of the story in chapter 5.

Also, every now and then, the international press writes about me and what I do or did. Here are some random examples:

Using your favorite search engine, you should be able to find ample more references.

The search results will show you that I tend to contribute to various projects in various ways. A random example would be BearSSL, a cryptographic SSL/TLS library by Thomas Pornin.

You might even stumble upon old articles about my freeware which were published in 2008 when MiniBin became popular.

Chances are, you’ll also discover remnants of antique “open source” projects which I published decades ago, or that I once contributed to Cryptography StackExchange as moderator, or that my knowledge-sharing as a regular user earned me a “Top 1%” reputation ranking which holds for several years now.

Mind you that all that is merely the stuff that isn’t covered by some NDA. As with most things in life, the most interesting things tend to be those that happen behind closed curtains.

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MiniBin by e-sushi is the quick and easy recycle bin 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 e-sushi’s minibin displays by simply modifying minibin’s INI file.

Configure the icon double click action in e-sushi’s minibin.
Configure the icon double click action in e-sushi’s minibin.
System integration of e-sushi’s minibin.
System integration of e-sushi’s minibin.
Pick your own icons for e-sushi’s minibin.
Pick your own icons for e-sushi’s minibin.

Minibin has been build by e-sushi to adapt to its user’s personal preferrences. Use e-sushi’s minibin to remove your deleted files with ease and in style… recycle that digital trash your way!