The selected candidate will lead the investigation and reverse engineering of a diverse set of applications to enable understanding and the creation of proof-of-concept interoperability solutions. The selected candidate will be responsible for identifying vulnerabilities in reversed applications and analyzing software and computer systems to identify flaws.
- US Citizen with current and active TS/SCI security clearance
- Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
- 8 years of experience in software development or related cyber security
- Experience with static and dynamic application reverse engineering.
- Experience with offensive security and identifying system vulnerabilities.
- Experience in development using any of the Python, C, C++, Go, Rust.
- Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) or Offensive Security Certified Professional (OSCP)
- Experience with reverse engineering applications on multiple platforms (Windows, Linux, Mobile) and architectures (x64, ARM).
- Experience with protocol reverse engineering.
- Experience creating tooling to support the reverse engineering of unfamiliar applications.
- Experience with Ghidra is a software reverse engineering (SRE) framework.
- Experience with compiled code disassemblers/decompilers/debuggers/explorers/editors such as IDA or IDA Pro, CFF Explorer, HIEW, dnSpy, Bytecode Viewer, Scylla, Relocation Section Editor, Resource Hacker, PEiD, DiE, x64dbg or gdb.
- Experience with communications RE tools like API Monitor, Fiddler, Wireshark/TShark, or socat.
- Experience with basic tools like a hex dumper/editor (e.g., WinHex, hexdump/hd), a text editor (e.g., vim, VS Code, Sublime, Atom), secure contained environments (e.g., VMs, Docker, LXC containers, Sandboxie), and OS monitoring (e.g., Process Monitor, ps, cgroups).
- Experience in Computer Science fundamentals (OS, data structures, algorithms, networking).
- Ability to rapidly learn new languages, frameworks, and tools.
All U.S. employees and international employees who work for this client in the U.S. and visit work sites must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 no later than January 18, 2022, except in cases where legally entitled to an exception.