root@fandigunawan

About me

My parents named me Fandi Gunawan. I was born in Kediri, Jawa Timur in the valley of Kelud. Currently, I am studying in President University majoring in Electrical Engineering for bachelor degree have graduated from President University majoring in electrical engineering and  have degree of Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. I am working in smart card company as engineer since 2008.

Fields of interest:

  • Microcontroller based application
  • Computer operating system
  • Computer security
  • Reverse engineering and virus world
  • Automation using microcontroller

Current activities:

  • Developing smart card’s tool (software and hardware)
  • Reverse engineering electronics hardware
  • Reverse engineering Windows 32 executable + .NET executable + Java executable (have no time😦 )
  • Being trainer in application security, exploitation, reverse engineering and Linux usage for daily life
  • Doing thesis (must be finished) title : Water Level Monitoring for Flood Early Detection using RF and Atmel AVR
  • Exploiting Atmel AVR & Freescale HCS08
  • Web master and founder of  www.sekoteng.com
  • Web master and author of mikrokontroler.sekoteng.com
  • Founder of www.simadugan.com

Expertise:

  • Developing application based on 8051, AVR, PIC, HCS08 and Holtek HT4x series
  • Low power hardware
  • Linux and *BSD optimization for server and desktop
  • Developing application using C# and C

Programming language:

  • C#
  • C for 8051, PIC, AVR, Holtek 46x and HCS08
  • Pascal
  • Assembly
  • VHDL

OSes I have used:

Affiliations:

Projects:

  • PCD 8544 driver for WinAVR (avr-gcc)
  • LinuxStroom* (Linux for EE with Windows XP looks)
  • e2DLP* (EE Digital Library Project)
  • Medical Term Database
  • QGUI (QEMU front end)
  • eXORcist (Simple encryption tool using C#)
  • Monax (Encryption in Pascal)
  • Writing articles
  • Smart charger based on HT45RU22
  • Super low cost battery powered emergency lamp using LED
  • Early flood detection using AVR and RF (full embedded system)
  • Multi Purpose Temperature Controlled System (MUTEX)
  • Integration Windows – *NIX

Wanna do lists:

  • Kernel Linux hacking
  • BSD kernel hacking
  • FPGA hacking
  • 68K microcontroller based development
  • Smart card hacking

Mostly used applications in my life:

  • snes9x
  • VisualBoy Advance
  • e-sword
  • Solitaire
  • Microsoft Office
  • Opera
  • Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Compiler for microcontroller : 8051, AVR, PIC and HT4x series

Working experiences:

  • Smart card company (OT) (2008 – present)
  • Webmaster of Cikarang Pos (2006-2007)
  • PT. Jabaputra (2006)
  • PT. Grafitecindo Cipta Prima (2005)
  • PT. LEDIN (2007)
  • Kaktus Aja! (2007-present)

I would like to show my deepest gratitude towards lecturers in President University (without whom, I would not be who I am) : Hendra Tarigan, MS, Dr-Ing. Erwin Sitompul,  Ir. Achmad Fuad Mas’ud, M. EngDr. Eng. Zaki Suud, Dr. Oki Neswan, Dr. Rila Mandala, Nur Hadisukmana, M. Sc, Ir. Carolus Kaswandi, Hira Meidia, Ph.D, Dr. Herman, Jacinta Arquisola, Charles Rose.  I would like to thanks for scholarship during my undergraduate to President University Foundation.

I would not have much interest in “hacking” without support and challenge from : Lasky Yosa, B.Sc, Riza Azmi, B.Sc, Ghofir, Imron, Arum and my folks in Core.NET & POSS – President University.

Shout :

Reverse engineering is interesting

Fandi Gunawan

30 Comments »

  1. I just wanna ask about the coding of the tooltip message on hyperlink. Could you tell me how to make that kind of tooltip?

    sekalian link exchange yah
    suyalynx.wordpress.com
    blog.suyalynx.com

    Comment by Suya Lynx — June 21, 2007 @ 12:13 pm

  2. It is easy! first, drag tooltip to the form, then there should be appear new properties called tooltip1 (if you take the default naming system) in every object in the form. Then just put some text and you will get the tooltip everywhere you want. This is implying that it is valid for hyperlink, button, form, etc.

    Comment by fandigunawan — June 22, 2007 @ 7:57 am

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  4. Hi Fan,

    Cool. Btw the page is a bit slow than usual, even when I used broadband access abroad.
    Especially the windows refresh everytime I switched between apps. Even the scroll bar also amazingly slower than other browser windows I opened, strange.

    Adios

    Linus H
    SG

    Comment by GLinusH — December 27, 2007 @ 8:29 pm

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  15. 🙂

    Comment by bibomedia.com — March 8, 2008 @ 10:49 am

  16. salam kenal Ya😀

    Comment by an_im — March 28, 2008 @ 9:03 am

  17. Salam kenal om…

    Comment by Wempi — May 9, 2008 @ 11:26 am

  18. @an_im & Wempi:

    Salam kenal juga

    Comment by fandigunawan — May 26, 2008 @ 8:22 am

  19. Nice Contents…
    Keep posting continously

    Comment by ardiansyahputra — August 27, 2008 @ 12:35 pm

  20. Nice Contents…
    Keep posting continously
    If You have time, let’s have a nice watch through
    http://ardiansyahputra.wordpress.com😀

    Comment by ardiansyahputra — August 27, 2008 @ 12:36 pm

  21. bagusssss bangettttt blognya…!!!

    hm… president university yang di cikarang-bekasi itu bukan??

    lam kenal aja dari q…

    Comment by ita — September 30, 2008 @ 3:23 am

  22. Hi Fan,,,

    Ntar mo nanya2 soal kompie yo. Maklum awam nih.
    Kemaren g dateng kumpul2 temen 2-8.

    Salam dari Balikpapan

    Comment by totobe — October 10, 2008 @ 12:53 am

  23. Salam kenal ya

    Comment by Suhandana — December 12, 2008 @ 1:52 pm

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  25. Salam kenal Mas Fandi,

    Saya dari Jawa Timur juga (tetangganya Kediri) dan sekarang kerja di Jababeka Cikarang (tetangganya PU).
    Kalo boleh tahu, sampean sekarang posisi dimana?
    Saya pengen kenal lebih jauh, terutama untuk bahas soal mikrokontroller (lagi mendalami AVR pake bahasa C)
    Ditunggu jawabannya via japri aja.
    Terimakasih

    Comment by Sigit Priyanto — August 11, 2009 @ 7:59 am

  26. Hi Pak Fandi, menyesal baru liat blog ini. Company saya bergerak di MCU (termasuk lah EEProm untuk smart card), active dan passive component pokoke. Bisa kah kita kapan2 ngobrol dan ketemuan? Thx

    Comment by ikbal — January 13, 2012 @ 8:14 am

  27. Hello Fandi,

    I’m Rishab, Electrical Design Engineer. I read through your profile and found it interesting. I am interested in trying out LinuxStroom and the link to the download page seems to be broken/dead. Could you post another link for the same?

    Kind Regards.

    Comment by Rishab Jain — October 16, 2012 @ 4:02 pm


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