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Aorato Uncovers Critical Microsoft Active Directory Vulnerability

“Microsoft claims the issue is well-known and has already provided information on how to limit the risk.” Read more
PC World

Critical design flaw in Microsoft’s Active Directory could allow password change

“Microsoft’s widely used software for brokering network access has a critical design flaw, an Israeli security firm said, but Microsoft contends the issue has been... Read more
Dark reading

Deactivated User Accounts Die Hard

“New research finds deleted Windows accounts stick around for up to 10 hours and are open to abuse.” Read more
Network world

12 hot security start-ups you need to know

“Aorato, based in Israel with its U.S. headquarters in New York City, has introduced what it calls a firewall designed to protect Microsoft Active Directory... Read more
forbs

7 Israeli Security Companies Who Could Help Putin Protect the Sochi Olympics

“ If the bad guys created some malware which impersonates actual Sochi organizers or security staff, that could have disastrous consequences. So, firewall software is getting... Read more
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Cybersecurity Startup Aorato Exits Stealth With A ‘Behavior Firewall’, $10M In Funding

“Make way for another startup in the area of cybersecurity: Aorato, which has developed a behavior-monitoring firewall for Microsoft Active Directory services, is coming out of... Read more