Our mission is to secure the world.
We support people who want to create and build, regardless of their gender, sexuality, race or where they were born. This has been a principle of hacker culture since origin, and we believe firmly in it.
We take privacy seriously. Consequently, we believe in responsible disclosure and will reward any validated reports of vulnerabilities in our web application, API, servers, or the open source software we utilize.
James Sulinski built systems at Drop.io, a file-sharing and communication startup acquired by Facebook, then scaled MoPub to billions of requests per day as an early engineer and director of operations.
William Sulinski founded Pistol Lake, an online-first apparel company. Prior to that, he was on the founding team and Head of Product of Shareaholic, a content amplication platform, backed by General Catalyst and Kepha Partners.