The External Attack Surface Blog

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Microsoft covered more than 100 vulnerabilities in April's security update, among them patches to critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerabilities located in Microsoft’s SMB. In response Reposify's EASM platform scanned and identified 800,000+ nodes with open SMB protocol on both patched and unpatched systems. Read our latest blog and learn how Reposify's EASM can detect unknown exposed assets vulnerable to Microsoft’s SMB.
Attack Surface Management
If you are using Shodan to search for your company’s assets or perform reconnaissance as part of blue or red teams routines - you need to keep reading.
External Attack Surface Management
Yaron Tal
Reposify’s EASM platform provides deep, real-time understanding of known and unknown assets exposed and vulnerable to Spring4Shell, instantly mitigating critical risk for any organization
Yaron Tal
Reposify announced an $8.5 million seed round of funding. Hear Yaron Tal, founder & CTO at Reposify, tell his entrepreneurial story, from vision to reality.
External Attack Surface Management
The move to cloud changes how organizations protect data by creating distributed workforces and IT ecosystems. In parallel, threat actors target organizations because they know that these changes create visibility issues. 
Many organizations don’t realize that as they move mission-critical operations to the cloud, they also lose visibility into their assets. The answer lies in learning how to improve IT asset management.
With real-time visibility into the external attack surface, Red Teams can know when new assets go online for dynamic security across complex cloud and IT infrastructures.
External Attack Surface Management