A critical vulnerability (CVE-2018-10933) was disclosed in libSSH, a library implementing the SSH2 protocol for clients and servers. The vulnerability allows an attacker to completely bypass the authentication step and connect to the server without providing any credentials, the worst possible flaw for a library implementing SSH.
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Today I am excited to share that we have secured a financing round (Series B) in the amount of $20M. The round was led by our existing investors, 83 North and Battery Ventures, who continue to give us valuable contributions in terms of the support and guidance we need at this stage in our company’s lifecycle. We are also very happy to welcome Cisco to the table at this financing round.
Dave Burton https://www.guardicore.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/guardicore-logo-white-space.png Dave Burton2016-07-18 22:55:262016-07-18 22:55:26GuardiCore Raises $20 Million in Series B Funding to Deliver Protection for the Enterprise Data Center
Cisco Investments Joins Existing Investors Battery Ventures and 83North to Back Next-Generation Security Platform
San Francisco, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel – GuardiCore, a leader in internal data center security and threat detection, today announced that the company has raised $20 million in Series B funding. The latest round is led by existing investors Battery Ventures and 83North (formerly Greylock IL) and joined by Cisco Investments, bringing the company’s total funding raised to date to $33 million.