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Microsoft Could Buy Security Firm That Disclosed Active Directory Flaw

16
Jul
2014

Microsoft may be involved in negotiations to buy Israeli security firm Aorato, the company that reported a critical design flaw in the way Active Directory authenticates clients. Aorato is a startup that developed a solution (Directory Services Application Firewall) focused on the protection of the Active Directory service on Windows. In January, they received $10 / 7.4 million in funding from investors such as Accel, Trusteer co-founders, Innovation Endeavors and Glilot Capital Partner…

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