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Software Development Manager

Budapest, Hungary (15-04-2014)

Senior Software Developer

Budapest, Hungary (15-04-2014)

Senior Software Developer

Budapest, Hungary (15-04-2014)

Senior Threat Researcher

Vancouver, BC, Canada (14-04-2014)

PhD on Malware detection using Model-checking

Paris, France, France (14-04-2014)

Threat Researcher

Budapest, Hungary, Hungary (10-04-2014)

Senior Threat Researcher

Budapest, Hungary, Hungary (10-04-2014)

Web Threat Analyst (m/f)

Tettnang, Germany (07-04-2014)

Software Developer (m/f) for the detection of malicious software

Tettnang, Lake Constance, Germany (07-04-2014)

QA’ing our Virus Lab – Virus Researcher QA (m/f)

Tettnang, Lake Constance, Germany (07-04-2014)

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