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We are seeking Software Application Researchers to help solve some of our Customer’s most challenging problems. Our researchers typically work independently to identify flaws in software. The ideal candidate will be familiar with the latest techniques in software research and must be extremely detail oriented when documenting their research. Researchers must be able to demonstrate their ability to follow best practices and will often be required to demonstrate an ability to control the flaws they discover. Please consider applying if you have the required qualifications and experience.
TS/SCI with polygraph security clearance.
Six (6) years of experience performing software development using object-oriented programming languages in a commercial, Government, or academic setting; or four (4) years of academic experience developing with object-oriented programming languages.
At least four (4) years of experience developing Windows applications using Visual Studio or .NET environment; or at least four (4) years of experience developing Unix applications using make files or comparable build environment.
Experience developing complex programs using, C, C#, C++, Java, or other comparable languages.
Demonstrable understanding of any major Operating System (OS) Internals.
Experience reading and writing in Assembly.
Extensive experience with debuggers.
Experience with dynamic and static binary analysis, fuzzing techniques, and source code auditing.
Strong C, Python, and ASM development experience.
Demonstrated ability to self-drive research tasking.