Collin Mulliner is a postdoc researcher at SECLAB at Northeastern University. Collin's main interest is in the area of security and privacy of mobile and embedded devices with an emphasis on mobile and smart phones. Since 1997, Collin has developed software and did security work for Palm OS, J2ME, Linux, Symbian OS, Windows Mobile, Android, and the iPhone. In 2006, he published the first remote code execution exploit based on the multimedia messaging service (MMS). Collin's most recent projects are in the area of vulnerability analysis and offensive security.