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Have you ever used a VPN client to access a remote network? We build the clientless equivalent.
Cisco's Security Technology Business Unit is hiring talented engineers with hackers' mentality to go after the clientless VPN market, also known as Clientless SSL VPN. Several positions are now open at Cisco's San Jose campus. Code runs server-side on Cisco's Firewall/VPN/IPS appliance as well as client-side on multiple OSs and browsers.
1. Unix/POSIX/Linux application level programming
3. Ability to diagnose issues with proprietary protocols
4. knowledge of parsers, regular expressions
5. Strong knowledge of the HTTP protocol and HTML
6. NTLM, SSL, character encoding
7. Differences between browsers, proxies
8. Experience with tools and frameworks like wireshark, Pcap, HTTPwatch, Spidermonkey, webkit
9. Code will be mostly JS, C and C++
This is not a position for the faint of heart: going after issues using some of our customers home-grown web applications can turn your hair grey pretty quickly. That's why you need to be a hacker at heart.
Email me your resume: webvpnjobs <at> yahoo <dotcom> if you're interested.
These are full time positions and I am the hiring manager.