Pronounced Zee-O-L. EOL software are a black box of vulnerabilities with very limited remediation paths. These 2 factors combine to make EOL management a necessary proactive practice. Xeol enables enterprises and Fortune 500s to create a proactive EOL management program that directly contributes to better vulnerability management and lower cyber insurance.
Fortune 500 companies use Xeol to connect all their software dependencies into a contextual graph to ask questions like “am I affected by vulnerability X?” and enforce policies like “ensure all my docker images were signed by me?”
We first met 6 years ago as early engineers at Ada leading backend, cloud infrastructure, and security. Right before founding Xeol:
We have been in the startup world for many years and are now on our own journey to help AppSec engineers quickly identify, remediate, and enforce security risks.
Ask anyone on the street to plug in a random USB drive and they will scoff. They know it’s unsafe! But developers do this every day when they use open-source packages as part of their software supply chain. The typical npm package has 86 dependencies and with supply chain attacks up 600% over the past year alone, this attack vector is widening.
What’s not working?
Xeol is an agentless solution that scans your software artifacts at build and runtime then creates a contextual graph of your software supply chain. This contextual graph allows AppSec engineers to:
answer questions like
enforce policies like
See Xeol’s graph capabilities in action here
Try our open-source CLI tool to scan for end-of-life software