Josiah Bruner.

About Me

Security engineer at
Harman International
(a Samsung Company)
, working on embedded product security. My primary interests are:
I graduated with a bachelors of science and engineering in computer science from
The University of Michigan
(Ann Arbor)
in 2018. If you're interested in the courses I took, and what I thought of them, see courses.

During my undergraduate years I interned at
Lear Corporation
(Global automotive computer security)
as a security engineering intern. I also worked at
Harman International
(Navigation for automotive)
as a software engineering intern.


My Stuff

My Resume
My Blog
My GitHub Profile
My Bugzilla Profile Representing My Mozilla Work.
My Summary Notes for an Undergrad Computer Security Course (EECS 388 at The University of Michigan)
My SOP for Georgia Tech's OMSCS program. (I was accepted)

Papers I Recommend

Computer Security

"Adventures in Automotive Networks and Control Units" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Car Hacking: For Poories" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"A Survey of Remote Automotive Attack Surfaces" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Remote Exploitation of an Unaltered Passenger Vehicle" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"CAN Message Injection" - Dr. Charlie Miller & Chris Valasek
"Experimental Security Analysis of a Modern Automobile" - Koscher et al.
"Comprehensive Experimental Analyses of Automotive Attack Surfaces" - Koscher & Checkoway et al.
"A Vulnerability in Modern Automotive Standards and How We Exploited It" - Trend Micro

Software Engineering

"The Humble Programmer" - Edsger W. Dijkstra


"Economic Factors of Vulnerability Trade and Exploitation" - Luca Allodi


"Consciousness and Time as Research Problem" - Westley Weimer