The San Francisco based Blu-ray group is seeking a software security sharp-shooter who lives and breathes debuggers and low-level coding techniques. The hacker we seek is a fiendishly imaginative and resourceful senior software security engineer who knows how to make life hard for our sly attackers.
We are looking for an energetic, ethical, die-hard C, assembly language and O/S security expert who loves system internals, hacking, reverse engineering and developing tamper resistance.
This candidate considers kernel debuggers and hex dumps an everyday part of the arsenal.
This individual is the crafty sort, thriving on devising puzzles of genius that will leave attackers scratching their head for weeks.
If you know the Windows kernels, can confound a ring 0 debugger, and think you've got what it takes to work with the best team in the industry, you could be our next sharp shooter.
1. Binary analysis / reverse engineering / hacking / cracking
2. Knowledge of cryptographic principles
3. Development of hardened / tamper resistant code on Win32
4. Good working knowledge of IDA, Syser, WinDbg, SoftICE, OllyDbg, etc.
5. x86 and x86_64 assembly language
Nice to have:
1. Video codecs and optical disc technology
2. Understanding of Blu-ray format
Degree or not is ok, as long as you have the skills!