We are a Carnegie Mellon University spinoff with a mission to check the world's software for exploitable bugs. We believe anyone should be able to check the code they execute for security-critical problems. Our analysis takes in an off-the-shelf binary program —- the type you would download from any vendor --- and checks it. We've checked about 33,000 Linux programs, found over 13,000 unique bugs that cause crashes, with about 200 of them exploitable. Help us make the world a better and more secure place.
We've operated at a profit since inception (no dilution!)
We have a variety of customers ranging from Fortune 500 companies to cutting edge government clients like DARPA and DoD contractors
We were named to 'MIT Technology Review' 50 smartest companies in 2017
We have a relatively flat hierarchy where everyone has a voice and is treated equally. We currently use scrum with two week cycles and demos at the end. However, because we are small and growing fast, this methodology doesn't always apply to us so we adapt if necessary.
We discover bugs without source code and just the binary.
We perfected our product to win the DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge- the world's first machine only hacking competition.
We are a quirky group passionate about making software more secure.
We love animals and welcome them to the office!
Most of our engineers are in the office from 9-5, but some people roll in at noon. We are motivated but not trying to kill ourselves and don't work crazy hours- it's about quality, not quantity.
We provide full medical, dental and vision insurance.
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