Trapbit provides software security and development services. We have expertise in software and firmware reverse engineering, source auditing, and low-level (embedded, device driver, and kernel) development. We've worked with x86, x86-64, ARM, MIPS, and more. We have experience with C/C++, C#, Java, and Python. Trapbit was created to provide deep technical consulting backed by research made practical.
Dionysus Blazakis comes to Trapbit with 10 years of experience as a researcher, developer, and consultant. Dion has spoken at industry and academic conferences such as Blackhat DC, Shmoocon, and WOOT. Dion is a co-author of the iOS Hackers Handbook. He has published security research on the iOS sandbox, just-in-time (JIT) compilers, and static and dynamic analysis techniques for reverse engineering. Dion has a BS from University of Maryland and is now completing his MS.
Prior to Trapbit, Dan Caselden worked with Professor Dawn Song and the BitBlaze research group at the University of California, Berkeley to pave the way for scalable binary analysis of COTS software. Before Berkeley, Dan performed software security audits and reversed embedded firmware for IP litigation support. Dan has an MS from Johns Hopkins University and a BS from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.