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Application Security Engineer

Trail of Bits
Greater NYC Area
3 days ago
+28
As an application security engineer, you will be part of a small, dynamic team that reviews highly trusted code on behalf of our clients. On any given day, you may be building cheats for DRM'd video games, exploiting elevation of privilege vulnerabilities in kernel drivers, or reviewing isolation primitives intended to contain the effects of exploitation. Since our team is small, you will own everything that you do and play a key role in conceiving of new projects. You will collaborate frequently with our R&D team to help secure funding from government agencies for software security research that advances the state of the art, both within our team and the industry at large.

Blockchain Security Engineer

Trail of Bits
Greater NYC Area
3 days ago
+28
You will be at the forefront of blockchain security research. You will review smart contracts, blockchain infrastructure code, and decentralized applications for security vulnerabilities using a combination of manual static analysis and our tool suite. In your time between engagements, you will help improve our existing tooling and create new tools and analytics. Other practitioners will come to rely on your work. You will make a name for yourself in this nascent discipline.

Cryptography Analyst

Trail of Bits
Greater NYC Area
6 days ago
+28
As a cryptography analyst you will be a part of a small, dynamic team that both engineers and reviews mission-critical cryptographic code. On any given day, you may be helping a client ensure their implementation of a novel cryptographic scheme is air-tight, collaborating with academics to bring their cutting edge ideas into reality, or developing new cryptanalysis tools. Since our team is small, you will own everything you do, and play a key role in conceiving of new projects. If you discover a gap in the open source cryptography community, we will help secure funding to develop it through our close relationships with academics and government research agencies. We are language agnostic, though we currently are using C++, Python, and Haskell.