Exodus Intelligence

Exodus Intelligence

Detect the undetectable

Exodus Intelligence provides customers with actionable information about the unknown vulnerabilities posing the greatest risk to their assets before malicious actors discover and exploit them.
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How Exodus Intelligence Enables You to Optimize Your Defense


We focus heavily on discovering and exploiting vulnerabilities in business-critical software like enterprise backup solutions, browser, and email clients.


Our exploitation techniques exceed the capabilities of today’s malicious actors which means our customers are prepared for future threats.


Our tools allow users to prove or disprove claims made by defensive products while always being mindful of evasiveness.

Exodus works with commercial and government organizations to identify software vulnerabilities. Learn how we can help optimize your cybersecurity.

Vulnerability Intelligence

Vault Subscriptions

Our vulnerability intelligence is securely delivered to our customers via the Vault. We offer multiple subscription levels to fit various security strategies and applications.


Get access to 50 zero-day reports with exploits affecting commercial software and hardware.

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Expert, thorough analysis and exploitation of high-profile and critical vulnerabilities.

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  • 01 Discover
    The Exodus team discovers a zero-day vulnerability in the lab.
  • 02 Analyze
    The vulnerability is analyzed to determine whether or not it is critical enough to warrant notifying Exodus’ customers.
  • 03 Exploit
    The team employs exclusive in-house techniques to create a working exploit tool for the vulnerability.
  • 04 Document
    A thorough report is created that documents every relevant aspect of the vulnerability.
  • 05 Distributed
    The report and accompanying materials are securely distributed to customers via the Exodus web portal.

UP TO 2 years later

the zero-day becomes known

  • 06 Publicized
    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.
  • 07 Prioritized
    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.
  • 08 Race Begins
    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.