Richard Johnson is a computer security specialist who spends his time playing in the realm of software vulnerability analysis. Richard currently fills the role of principal research engineer on Sourcefire’s Vulnerability Research Team, offering 10 years of expertise in the software security industry. Current responsibilities include research on exploitation technologies and automation of the vulnerability triage and discovery process. Past areas of research include memory management hardening, compiler mitigations, disassembler and debugger design, and software visualization. Richard has released public code for binary integrity monitoring, exploit mitigations, program debugging, and reverse engineering and has presented at more than 20 conferences worldwide since 2004 Richard is also a co-founder of the Uninformed Journal and a long time resident of the Hick.org ranch.
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