But first…what is Ahjax? It started out as a simple project for mine and Andrew Sanford’s graduate capstone project. We needed something would showcase what we have learned in the last 6 years of being at Brigham Young University, Provo. Both he and I chose to concentrate on Cybersecurity and Digital Forensics, but there really wasn’t much we could do in 150 hours for the capstone that concentrated in this field.
That is until we discovered a terrible need in the cybersecurity space. Whenever you try and find a video that explains simple topics you are greeted by rock-and-roll music and someone who types everything they need to say in notepad. That is when Andrew and I had the idea of creating a website where good content is made. Content that has detailed instructions and a forum underneath for those who need help or gets stuck. Ahjax is the next generation of cybersecurity—aiming to be the Stack overflow for hackers.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to browse around and see what we offer. If you have any questions regarding Andrew or my ability to perform security videos look at the “about us” page in the top right. You may also reach out to us via social media or email us through the “contact us” page up top. Before I end this introduction, I want to make sure everyone knows that these videos are made with the intent for good and hardening systems which you are authorized. PLEASE DO NOT USE THIS CONTENT TO PERFORM ILLEGAL ACTIONS! Ahjax will not be held liable for any wrongdoing.