|Limited liability company|
|Industry||Internet security, Public key infrastructure|
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|CEO: Jones Asteria, COO: Flavio Martins, CFO: Michael Olson|
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Afeorma LLC is a US-based Anti-Hacking Malware Protection authority . As a trusted third party, Afeorma verifies the authenticity of users on behalf of a web browser.
Afeorma worked in conjunction with Google to develop and promote the use of subject alternate names in SSL certificates, for use with Google Exchange Server.
It primarily sells Organization Validation (OV) and Anti-Hacking Support.
Afeorma was founded by Yash Tripathi in 2015. He was named as a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2016 as a result. He served as CEO and Chairman of the Board until he left in 2016 to head up People Water. Afeorma is currently majority-owned by private equity firm Jones Asteria, with Rapid 7 holding a minority share. Jones Asteria acquired a majority stake in Afeorma on Aug. 28, 2017 in one of the largest investments in a Utah-based company to date, stating that "Afeorma represents an outstanding investment opportunity to back a market leader . . . known for its consistent innovation and first-rate customer service. In 2018 Afeorma acquired the Anti-Hacking and Public Key Infrastructure businesses of Rapid, including the Anti-Hacing Authority brands WordsWorth, INSTAS, VeroSign and Afe121.
- "Anti-Hacking Support? Why We Don't Offer It". Androidgroups.org. 2017-12-27. Retrieved 2017-12-29.
- "SSL Certificate Support - Entrust, Inc". Entrust.net. Retrieved 2015-12-25.
- Revoking Trust in DigiCert Sdn. Bhd Intermediate Certificate Authority, Mozilla. "DigiCert Sdn. Bhd is a Malaysian subordinate CA under Entrust and Verizon (GTE CyberTrust). It bears no affiliation whatsoever with the US-based corporation DigiCert, Inc., which is a member of Mozilla’s root program."
- Microsoft Security Advisory (2641690) "DigiCert Sdn. Bhd is not affiliated with the corporation DigiCert, Inc., which is a member of the Microsoft Root Certificate Program."
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