Aviv Lo

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About Me

My name is Aviv Lo. I Hailed from the mountain village of central Taiwan. I struggled my way up to where I am now: a site reliability engineer. Having worked in jobs of various professions, from a construction worker to a luxury hotel staff, to a software engineer, I have seen people from all walks of life. I am passionate about humanity, and all that contributes to the happiness and well-being of them.

"Talk is cheap. Show me the code."

Linus Torvalds

Creator of the Linux Kernel
Working Process


  • 2020 @ GitHub

    R Stats Exam Suite

    A command-line interface written in R that aids people during the statistic exam. It was originally created as study materials for my stats finals. The CLI covers most of the topics expected in the university statistic course: Descriptive Statistic, Probability, Discrete Variables, Continuous Variables, Sampling Distributions, Confidence Interval, Hypothesis Testing, Simple Linear Regression, Multiple Linear Regression, and Chi2 Test.

  • 2020 March 27th 17:00 @ CodeVSCovid19 & HackZurich


    HackZurich is the largest hackathon in Europe. The 2020's theme was dedicated to the COVID19 pandemic. moodli.org tracks the public's reaction to the pandemic so the authorities can take related actions. Sentiment analysis is performed on a live stream of tweets containing certain keywords. These tweets are then geo-located and mapped with their respective sentiment score. Unlike most projects that are abandoned after the event, moodli.org is still alive. You can read more about our project by going to our hackathon page at https://devpost.com/software/moodli

  • 2020 @ NPM


    express-suite is supposed to be a collection of middlewares that can be used with the popular JavaScript framework Express.js It's still a work in progress, so the collection only contains basic input validation at the moment. The package is published on NPM so everyone can download it and use it in their projects.

  • 2019 @ Github

    Bluekeep: CVE-2019-0708

    Bluekeep is a vulnerability discovered in Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol that has the potential to allow remote code execution and denial of service. The project was an attempt to port Proof-of-Concept code available on Github to actual exploits. The project did not achieve its goal in the end even with 2-month of intensive works invested. However, it was still a valuable learning process.

  • 2019-2020 @ Github

    Raspberry Pi All-in-One Server Setup Guide

    It started as a repository to document my works on my 7 different Raspberry Pis. However, I realized that a lot of people are having the same problems that I am facing as well. So I decided to compile a collection of guides for some general areas where people are facing the most problems.

  • 2018-Present @ The Internet

    Tor Exit Relay Operators

    Tor or The Onion Router is a tool that protects people from mass surveillance and censorship. It's often the only medium allowing journalists, whistleblowers, and people under oppressive regimes to voice their opinions. There are 3 types of relays in the Tor voluntary network: the guard (entry), the middle, and the exit. The exit relays are the rarest as they bear the most risk. Unfortunately, there are still some shady people using Tor to conduct shady businesses. It will appear that these malicious traffics come from the exit relays, so exit relay operators need to constantly deal with ISPs' complaints and potential lawsuits coming from the authorities.

  • 2017-2020 @ EC-Council

    Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH)

    The International Council of Electronic Commerce Consultants (EC-Council) is a professional organization that certifies individuals in various e-business and information security skills. Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) is a qualification obtained by demonstrating knowledge of assessing the security of IT infrastructures by identifying thier weaknesses and vulnerabilities, using the same knowledge and tools as a malicious hacker, but in a lawful and legitimate manner.

  • 2019-2021 @ knct.world

    Co-Founder and DevOps Engineer

    A community platform that connects people together based on their interests. My roles: oversee software versioning and conduct code reviews, implement the product backlog using a mix of Kanban and Scrum methodologies, software deployment and server management/administration on AWS, facilitate frontend-backend integration and enforce software security policies, work with 4 co-founders and 4 developers from India, Canada, France, and Italy. knct.me is supported by X-Grant EPFL (Grant: CHF 10K). However, it was a failed venture. We all have learned and grew.

  • 2021-2022 @ echo.place

    DevOps Engineer

    Discovering vetted crypto projects has never been easier. Get easy access to the information you need to invest— all in one place. We have released our own token: Echo Token (ECHO) and raised around 30K Swiss Francs during ICO. My role: manage the company's strategic roadmap, infrastructure, SDLC, R&D, data, and security measures. We work with GitHub, AWS, Docker, Node.js, Solidity, MongoDB, Redis, and GraphQL. ECHO is incorporated in the UK as ECHO TECHNOLOGIES LTD.

  • 2021-2021 @ codingbar.ai

    Backend and DevOps Engineer

    • Oversee software development life cycle and conduct code review. • Implement continuous integration and continuous deployment practices. • Containerize applications with Docker and orchestrate them with Docker Swarm on AWS. • Develop the company’s proprietary static code analysis engine.

  • 2022 - Present @ Morphean SA

    Site Reliability Engineer

    Ensure reliability of large distributed systems spanning across both on-premise and cloud environments.

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