We inform our client of critical threats years before the public (and attackers) catch wind of the vulnerability.
7industry & attackers prioritize
5distribute to clients
The Exodus team discovers a zero-day vulnerability in the lab.
The vulnerability is analyzed to determine whether or not it is critical enough to warrant notifying Exodus’ customers.
The team employs exclusive in-house techniques to create a working exploit tool for the vulnerability.
A thorough report is created that documents every relevant aspect of the threat.
The report and accompanying materials are securely distributed to clients via the Exodus web portal.
UP TO 2 years later
the zero-day becomes known
The vulnerability details are made public due to the release of a vendor patch or the detection of an in-the-wild attack abusing the zero-day flaw.
Those responsible for implementing defensive measures must prioritize how to address the multiple vulnerabilities that are frequently patched in one release. Attackers also prioritize which flaws are ideal for exploitation.
Both malicious actors and those working to defend begin racing to develop and deploy a working solution. The problem is only one of these groups is constrained by a traditional work schedule.
Contact us for an overview of our capabilities and examples of how they have been utilized by our clients.