Topic created on: March 2, 2011 14:05 CST by aeppert .
Malware Analyst - Columbia, MD
If you like coding in languages like assembly and C, we want to talk to you. If you enjoy figuring out how things like your Operating System are working, on an intimate level, you are the kind of person we want. If you like patching closed-source binaries, playing with binary protection schemes, or unpacking malware, you should contact us.
Or if you want something challenging, we've got challenging too.
If you're looking for a new job in kernel programming, static/dynamic reverse engineering or applied security research, this is more important than your pedigree.
If you want marketing cheese about our competitive salaries, giant ping pong table, happy hours; email me, I've got that.
- Triage and analyze binary code to determine its functionality and purpose
- Perform dynamic and static analysis of malicious binaries to determine its characteristics
- Learn new platforms, file formats and protocols as necessary
- Automate the analysis of malicious code
- Develop new malicious code analysis and detection tools.
But really, you should just skip all else and email me something interesting at firstname.lastname@example.org