Software Engineer

San Francisco, CA, United States • $95k - $125k • 0.25% - 0.50%

Foxpass


Role Location

  • San Francisco, CA, United States

Compensation

  • $95k - $125k
  • 0.25% - 0.50%

Employees

< 10 people

Address

1540 Market St Ste 100
San Francisco, CA, 94102, US

Tech Stack

  • Python
  • Amazon AWS
  • jQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • MySQL

Role Description

Foxpass, a YCombinator (S15) company, is looking for early employees who wish to create software to help companies implement good security practices in their infrastructure. Doing security the right way should be easy. Our first product offers SSH key management, LDAP, and RADIUS in the cloud to ensure that engineers and employees use their own accounts to log into servers and wireless networks. Furthermore, we're encouraging companies to make access control API-based, so that access can be given and then rescinded as soon as possible (on-call shift over, JIRA ticket closed, etc.).

We are looking for a full-stack engineer who has (2+ years) experience with a variety of web-related technologies and wants to help us build and operate software for high-uptime, high-performance systems in the cloud.

About Foxpass

Foxpass helps technology companies improve their infrastructure security with its SaaS-based SSH-key hosting, LDAP, and RADIUS products. These services make it easy to have per-user logins to Linux machines, VPNs, and WiFi networks. This offers companies a simple way to enact industry best-practices: limiting users' access to only those servers and resources that are necessary, allowing temporary access when needed, providing audit logs, and enforcing SSH key rotation policies. Additionally, the system is backed by an employee's existing Google Apps, Okta, or OneLogin identity.

Company Culture

We're scrappy and have done a lot with very little funding. We take a lot of ownership in the product and strive to give our customers the best experience we can.

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