I am a computer science researcher focused on systems security and privacy. I completed my PhD at MIT in 2019 under the guidance of Nickolai Zeldovich and the PDOS research group.
Most of my software projects are on my Github. Here are some highlights:
- Vuvuzela: private text messaging system that hides metadata
- Alpenhorn: system for bootstrapping secure communication
- Seal: easily encrypt files, notes, and passwords
- acme-nano: tool for generating HTTPS certificates
- kebab: proof-of-concept backup tool focused on security
- jotmuch: proof-of-concept bookmark manager based on notmuch
- PCPL: the first domino-oriented programming language
- K definitions: OCaml, LLVM
- Cryptol specifications:
For secure communication, I am happy to establish contact on Signal.
I am also reachable on Keybase
or by email: lazard csail mit edu.