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-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=us-ascii Due to our recent acquisition of the WildList, and our commitment to support this valuable asset of the Malicious Code community, ICSA Labs has an immediate opening for a highly qualified technical employee in our new facility in Mechanicsburg, PA. As a Malicious Code Analyst, you will work as a team member performing the following duties: - Collecting reports and samples of malicious code - Performing disassembly and analysis of samples - Replicating malicious code - Summarizing results and writing reports - Compiling and publishing the monthly WildList Requirements: ** Must be willing to relocate to the Mechanicsburg, PA area at own expense. ** Must already be authorized to work in the US without restrictions, and in possession of appropriate documentation. (** = Non-negotiable) Technical Qualifications: - Must have experience in disassembly and analysis of Virus, Trojan and Worm binary code - Must have experience writing and analyzing assembly language, C, C++, and VB code on the Linux and MS platforms - Experience with typical sysadmin scripting languages such as Perl, Unix Shell, VB, etc. - Experience with and knowledge of commercial and open security products - Clue, a strong work ethic and desire to learn You will be exposed to mature and new-to-market technologies and products, and will be expected to interact with the worlds leading Malicious Code product developers and researchers. Duties include the repeated installation, configuration and testing of commercial products and operating systems, and require advanced problem solving and troubleshooting skills. The ability to express complex technical concepts clearly in both written and spoken English is required. You must be able to independently read and comprehend technical materials in order to stay abreast of the continuously changing body of security knowledge. ICSA Labs benefits include 25 paid days leave per year, medical / dental / vision care, 401(k), and stock options in the TruSecure Corporation, our parent, a pre-IPO company. Financial assistance for relocation or visa transfer is not available for these positions. Please forward your resume to: ICSA Labs Attn: Bruce Hughes 1000 Bent Creek Boulevard, Suite 200 Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 Fax to: 717-790-8170 Email to: bhughes@icsalabs.com -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux) Comment: Exmh version 2.4 06/23/2000 iQCVAwUBPo3MeduN3h5YyVRRAQKadwP8D2GZikO+IeXy4EeGbgU68O7L16ssgslW 41OtB/IJ9aqhVrSdzIlqG3D09RkukOREGkzdCJqIGSjHqC3xI+nUzFJNqceTm3js /e9/Ya7wGKzMGUt1bahQ/7i4K4S6eQIVuLfny0OMtHSEwhDlJLuNFkGr2wlnNDLD bKnONESjTqU= =x6Gr -----END PGP SIGNATURE-----

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