Our Guiding Manifesto
We're a small company. Chances are good that you are too. But being small doesn't mean that you have to compromise on the software you need to help keep your web servers secure. It also doesn't mean you should pay an arm and a leg for it.
On the internet, black-hat hackers don't care who you are or how big your company is. If your server is vulnerable, they're going to hack into it. They're picking targets of opportunity, primarily for either thrill or profit. Let's do something about it together.
We might not be able to knock down the door of every hacker in the world, but we can certainly make their lives more difficult. Let's close the doors. Let's plug the holes. And let's make them work hard enough that they might as well get a real job.
If there's something I can do to make it less profitable for hackers and safer for the rest of us, I want to do it.
In a nutshell, that's how I want to run this business. I want to help show you how to close the doors on large numbers of black-hat hackers and script kiddies. I want to show you which ones are still open. I intend to make a difference. With your help and support, we will.