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Mobile Application Software Reverse Engineer

REDLattice is looking for engineers with security clearances. We are a dynamic company in the midst of amazing growth. Culture and employee happiness is our focus; which is why we sponsor many social events including game nights, CTF's, happy hours and outings. We offer top-notch benefits and employee ownership that makes offers from our company pretty sweet. 

We need talented folks who want to work on the forefront of cyber. We aren’t talking network defense or basic IT security here. Our positions are mission focused and operational in nature.  

 

Responsibilities

To provide software reverse engineering and vulnerability research expertise as part of a research team based in Melbourne, FL.

This role is focused on custom solutions that allow exploitation of mobile and embedded devices as part of a team developers, reverse engineers and exploitation specialists. The candidates will need to do research utilizing a variety of sources for evaluating both operational tools and processes. Candidate shall provide on-site support in research and development designed to exploit vulnerabilities of adversary technology. Candidates will analyze and reverse engineer source code and binaries of various software technologies. Finally, candidates will perform software integration, testing, scripting and development of algorithms and support tools.

 

Required Qualifications

  • Formal degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering, or another related field.
  • Minimum of 5+ years in IT application development with strong understanding and experience in software security programming, and 2+ years in Vulnerability Research / Reverse Engineering and must be comfortable working in an extreme agile environment with frequent course changes.
  • Knowledge of and experience with binary reverse engineering and software vulnerability discovery
  • Experience developing, debugging and / or reverse engineering code for popular mobile programming languages (i.e. Java, Objective-C, Swift, etc)
  • Experience with mobile application reverse engineering tools (i.e. JEB, Hopper, IDA)
  • Experience determining how files are structured, understanding the standard methods for encoding data from Base64 to ASN1.
  • Comfortable viewing, analyzing and understanding raw binary data
  • Experience with relational database management systems (i.e. SQL and SQLite)
  • Ability to quickly write programs to accomplish point solutions in a variety of languages, such as C, C++, Python, PHP, Objective-C and Java
  • Experience working in an agile development environment with short duration tasking.
  • Ability to analyze and decode data packets over a networked connection, and experience with network analysis tools (e.g. Wireshark).
  • Protocols – knowledge of how IP/Serial based protocols work and how to reverse their format including checksums, MACs, encoding formats, HTTP, XML etc.
  • Cryptoanalysis – possess an understanding of how symmetrical and asymmetrical encryption functions, certificate chain of trust, crypto weaknesses, etc.
  • Possession of a US security clearance.

 

REDLattice Inc. is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. We consider applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status, disability, genetic information, citizenship status, or membership in any other group protected by federal, state or local law.

 

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