Harris Corporation Reverse Engineer in Columbia, Maryland
Reverse Engineer 6/19/18--SoftwareUSA - MD - Columbia
Job ID: ES20181906-25369
Job Title: Reverse Engineer
Job Location: Columbia, MD
Job Code: ES20181906-25369
Harris Corporation is seeking a self-motivated engineer to join our reverse engineering team to deliver mission critical solutions for a variety of customers at our Columbia, MD location.
Perform reverse engineering of binary images for embedded systems.
Analyze software for vulnerabilities and security weaknesses.
Develop methods for modifying systems to include new capabilities.
Create new software images to be loaded onto embedded systems.
BSEE, BSCE, BSCS or related degree and a minimum of 2 years of prior related; or, a Graduate Degree or equivalent with 0 to 2 years of prior related experience..
Experience with IDA Pro (or similar) RE development tool.
At least 2 years embedded software development using assembly and C languages.
At least 2 years of experience with processors such as 8051, X86, and ARM.
Must be a US Citizen and able to obtain a Top Secret clearance
Experience with software development processes and related tools.
Experience with packet based communication such as TCP and UDP.
Familiarity with configuring network routers and switches.
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Harris 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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LocationUSA - MD - Columbia