Xing Li CISSP is a Cyber Research Scientist at Battelle Memorial Institute, where he is responsible for developing cross-platform binary analysis tools for Windows, Linux, Mac OSX, and Android mobile devices. He spends most of his time researching Android Internals, where he looks for ways to automate instrumentation and monitoring both native and Dalvik processes. His work includes extending IDA Pro to generate custom trace files and monitoring processes with IDA Pro’s debugger. He also served as the lead integrator for the Advance Malware APT Detection System for Battelle.
Xing’s past experience includes developing user mode and kernel mode rootkits for Mac OSX Snow Leopard and Windows, live forensics on Windows systems, and Windows Media and Registry forensics tools. He has worked on many vulnerability research projects for Windows and Mac OSX. Xing holds a Master of Computer Forensics from George Mason University. He also holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park.