Mayhem Software Security for
Government & Defense
Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute found the average code developed in the United States has 6,000 defects per million lines of code. Of those defects, 1 to 5 percent of defects are considered vulnerabilities. A fighter jet estimated to have 24M lines of code is projected to have 144,000 defects, of which 1,440 - 7,200 are vulnerabilities.
Securing Software is a Multifaceted Challenge
Introducing ForAllSecure Mayhem...
Insecure or unstable software can be a matter of life and death. ForAllSecure Mayhem is an assisted intelligence security solution that automatically uncovers software defects. With less time, cost, and resources, Mayhem finds deep defects that are frequently missed by other application security testing techniques.
Trusted Partner to the Defense Innovation Unit
After taking first place in the 2016 DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge, ForAllSecure was awarded a $8M contract by the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU), a startup-centric office within the Pentagon. DIU welcomes Department of Defense subsidiaries to join their Mayhem pilot program.
Learn More about Mayhem
Mayhem Hunts Software Bugs for the PentagonJune 1, 2020
Mayhem emerged from a 2016 government-sponsored contest at a Las Vegas casino hotel. Now it's used ... Read more
ForAllSecure Awarded $45 Million Contract to Deploy Mayhem Across Branches of U.S. Department of DefenseMay 11, 2020
ForAllSecure Awarded $45 Million Contract to Deploy Mayhem Across Branches of U.S. Department of Defense Read more
Critical RCE Bug Affects Millions of OpenWrt-based Network DevicesMarch 24, 2020
Critical RCE Bug Affects Millions of OpenWrt-based Network Devices Read more
ForAllSecure Announces FuzzCon 2020 Speakers and Agenda LineupJanuary 13, 2020
Industry's First Fuzzing Event Includes Experts from Fuzzbuzz, Fuzzing IO, Google, Microsoft, Synopsys, VDA Labs ... Read more
RSAC Sets Finalists for Innovation SandboxFebruary 6, 2020
The 10 finalists will each have three minutes to make their case for being the most ... Read more