His ultimate goal is to raise awareness of less known security issues.
In April, 2011 he researched WPA2-AES and invented a new method for cracking the network key for such networks. Later he co-implemented the attack with the author of Pyrit and the idea was awarded with NetAcademia's Ethical Hacking Scholarship.
In 2012 he presented at Hacktivity about how femtocells could be used to hide one's physical location while making calls/sending text messages, then last year he turned his attention to the previous generation standard, GSM using only a cheap RTL-SDR device. The write-ups following the talk were featured on hackaday.com (among many other sites).