Douglas Berdeaux is a web programmer for a university located in Pittsburgh, PA, USA. He founded WeakNet Laboratories in 2007, which is a computer and network lab environment primarily used for Wi-Fi security exploration. Using WeakNet Labs, he designed the Wi-Fi-security-themed WEAKERTH4N Blue Ghost Linux distribution, the WARCARRIER 802.11 analysis tool, the pWeb Perl suite for web application penetration testing, the shield DB SQL RDBMS, several Android applications, and even Nintendo DS games and emulation software. He also designed and developed hardware devices used to control ProjectMF VoIP and antique telephony switching hardware. In his free time, Douglas is a musician and enjoys playing video games and spending time with his birds and bunnies. He has written Raiding the Wireless Empire, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, and is in the process of writing Raiding the Internet Oceans-these are two self-published technical books that possess the exciting and strange life of a hacker, Seadog. He has also written Regular Expressions: Simplicity and Power in Code, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, which is a technical guide to the power of regular expressions and how they can be applied in programming and scripting. Besides books, he has also published many articles in information security magazines, including 2600: The Hacker Quarterly, PenTest Magazine, Sun/Oracle BigAdmin, and Hakin9 IT Security Magazine.