Codenomicon develops security and quality testing software, which allows users to quickly find and identify both known and previously unknown flaws before business-critical products or services are deployed. Their unique, targeted approach to the fuzz testing of networked and mobile applications exposes more flaws and weaknesses than any other testing platform or methodology. Companies rely on Codenomicon's solutions to mitigate threats, like Denial of Service (DoS) situations and Zero-Day Attacks, which could increase liability, damage business reputation and cripple sales.
Its customer base includes some of the world's leading organizations in telecommunications, finance, manufacturing, software development, healthcare, automotive and government agencies. A team of security engineers at Codenomicon independently discovered the infamous Heartbleed bug while improving a feature in their security testing tools and reported it to the National Cyber Security Centre in Finland (NCSC-FI). A Codenomicon engineer is credited with naming the bug.