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Duration: 2+ months
In our Munich-based app analysis iOS team we work on tools to automatically analyze iOS apps. Our software is based on the LLVM toolchain for static analysis.
Once you compile your iOS app, the source code is transformed into native code. In this internship you will investigate different approaches and tools to transform this code back to source code. You will investigate what prerequisites there are to create good source code and test the limits of the existing tools, e.g., with apps written in Objective-C and Swift.
- Experience with Python and native code
- Interested in low level programming (assembly)
- Interest in reverse engineering
- Ability to independently perform structured research into a topic
Guardsquare offers the most complete approach to mobile application security on the market. Built on the open source ProGuard technology, Guardsquare’s software integrates seamlessly across the development cycle. From app security testing to code hardening to real-time visibility into the threat landscape, Guardsquare solutions provide enhanced mobile application security from early in the development process through publication.
More than 900 customers worldwide across all major industries rely on Guardsquare to help them identify security risks and protect their mobile applications against reverse engineering and tampering.
Guardsquare is based in Leuven (Belgium) with offices in Boston (USA) and Munich (Germany).
At Guardsquare, we take pride in being a diverse and multicultural company with team members representing numerous nationalities. We value different perspectives and opinions throughout the business which has contributed to our being the market leader in mobile application security.
You will be part of a dynamic team that strives for excellence and focuses on continuous education and enhancement in skills. We encourage & empower our trusted colleagues to share their opinions, actively collaborate, and continue to learn and grow.