CNO Developer - Denver, CO / Waltham, MA / Remote

HOC R&D · Waltham, Massachusetts
Department HOC R&D
Employment Type Full-Time
Minimum Experience Experienced

Have you ever set-up your own C2 to manage the many implants you've deployed? Have you gotten a callback over a mangled protocol after months of silence? Ever hacked together an alerting system to tell you your exploit finally landed after the stars of randomization aligned just right? Do you know what it's like to recover data from timestamp deltas, or keep your persistent data in the slack space between files?

At Randori, we help defenders continuously assess their real-world security. Our automated attack platform provides a red team experience designed to mirror today’s adversaries, not yesterday’s threats. We partner with security teams to help them understand the art of the possible by delivering an unrivaled attack experience, at scale. 

As a Randori CNO Developer, you're the bridge between vulnerability researchers and our Hacker Operations team. You'll get to see the tools you help create in action (and probably have plenty of opportunities to get hands-on-keyboard) as our automated platform spars with blue-chip blue teams.

We are looking for individuals that are driven, proactive, thorough, and forward looking. You have at your fingertips a mastery of several programming languages and red-team technologies. You can debug something from layer 1 to 7 in the OSI Model and you’ve hacked your way through understanding more applications and devices than you can remember. You have the determination to grind through the pain, the patience to understand problems from first principles, and the ingenuity to make things work where others would throw up their hands. 

Responsibilities of the Role:

  • Grit. Grind. Motivation.
  • Solving problems that do not have known solutions
  • Discover, identify, and exploit vulnerable systems
  • Develop and prototype novel capabilities and techniques
  • Research threats, vulnerabilities and exploit techniques
  • Debug exploits and related infrastructure
  • Provide guidance and offense-related insights throughout Randori

What is Required:

  • Detailed knowledge of operating system internals
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Experience with several programming languages
  • Experience with several debugging tools
  • Experience working with C and various compiler toolchains
  • Experience with system-level debugging
  • 5+ years of offense-related industry experience
  • BA/BS in Computer Engineering, or commensurate experience

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience working with CNO / cyberattack tools
  • Experience with network or systems administration

If you don't meet 100% of the requirements below - that's okay, nobody's perfect! We believe in hiring people, not just a list of skills. We encourage you to apply if you think this is a role that would make you excited about coming to work every day.

Randori is committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace. We will consider all qualified candidates regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, marital status, personal appearance, sexual orientation, gender identity, family responsibilities, disability, education, political affiliation or veteran status

Security Responsibilities:

Every Randori employee has the responsibility to ensure all tasks performed adhere to Randori’s  Information Security requirements. This includes understanding and following security policies, participation in information security training, and helping improve the organization's overall security maturity. Each member of our team must understand their role in protecting company assets and the subsequent handling of confidential & customer data.

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  • Location
    Waltham, Massachusetts
  • Department
    HOC R&D
  • Employment Type
  • Minimum Experience