Senior Windows Developer Position

About Polyverse:

Polyverse changes the economics of hacking by making safe, economical changes to code patterns hackers need to exploit. For example, reordering functions in memory defeats many of the most devastating fileless and zero-day attacks. We implement these changes by tweaking or extending compilers, linkers, loaders, intermediate passes, and other parts of the execution environment.

Polymorphic Linux, our flagship product, has been validated by the U.S. Department of Defense to mitigate zero-day memory exploits. Learn more at https://polyverse.com.

What You'll Be Working On

We are expanding our offering to Windows and looking for a Senior Windows Developer to drive the development and delivery of our Windows product. You will be working closely with our compiler team to integrate our core scrambling technology, but there will also be plenty of challenging Windows internals engineering. The primary responsibility is ownership of the overall Windows product and experience (e.g., user-interface, installer, service/agent) from design and development to testing to deployment and support.

Who We're Looking For

Does a fast-paced workplace that constantly pushes you well outside your current skill set excite you? At Polyverse, you'll be challenged to solve diverse problems that will disrupt the cybersecurity industry!

  • No fear in tackling some very hard problems.
  • Willing to learn new languages. We are writing the Windows product in Rust.
  • Embracing full end-to-end product ownership across multiple versions of Windows.

An ideal candidate would have shipped a commercial product (e.g., A/V, SysInternals tooling, Windows shell/desktop) with deep involvement across all aspects of the application stack. So if this sounds exciting, and you're fearless and a fast learner, you'll love working at Polyverse!

You May Be the Right Fit If You...

  • understand machine/assembly language
  • have experience troubleshooting by stepping through machine instructions under debugger, watching registers and memory
  • have experience with tools and APIs for manipulating Windows object files and executables during linking, loading, and execution
  • have a strong formal academic training in computer science (or equivalent work experience)
  • tend to obsess over code correctness, simplicity and performance
  • have 8+ years development experience with a proven track record of delivering high quality production software
  • have 4+ years of software design and programming experience in C/C++/C# or Rust for development, debugging, testing and performance analysis.
  • are a great teammate with strong analytical, communication, problem solving, debugging, and troubleshooting skills
  • have a Github account that shows your chops

About Us

We’re a team of close-knit technologists and engineers whose skills are matched only by our dedication to solving the global cybersecurity crisis. By bringing together top engineering and management talent from such firms as Microsoft, Amazon, Google and the academic world, Polyverse has built a groundbreaking product that makes large-scale data breaches all but impossible. We offer a flexible work environment, no politics, research and learning opportunities and free lunches!

Thank you for considering Polyverse! If you think you fit the bill, please email us your résumé and cover letter (optional) at jobs@polyverse.com.*

*Polyverse provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. Polyverse complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

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