Code42 has a total of 18 patents globally, out of which 6 have been granted. Of these 18 patents, more than 77% patents are active. The United States of America is where Code42 has filed the maximum number of patents, followed by Australia. Parallelly, the United States of America seems to be the main focused R&D centre and also is the origin country of Code42.
Code42 was founded in 2001. The company develops security software and offers backup software for homes and businesses, as well as provides multi-destination, cross platform backup onsite, offsite, and online.
Do read about some of the most popular patents of Code42 which have been covered by us in this article and also you can find Code42 patents information, the worldwide patent filing activity and its patent filing trend over the years, and many other stats over Code42 patent portfolio.
How many patents do the Founder and CEO of Code42 have?
The Founder Brian Bispala has 14 patents, Matthew Dornquast has 23 patents, Mitch Coopet has 2 patents, and CEO Joe Payne has 0 patents.
How many patents does Code42 have?
Code42 has a total of 18 patents globally. These patents belong to 14 unique patent families. Out of 18 patents, 14 patents are active.
How Many Patents did Code42 File Every Year?
Are you wondering why there is a drop in patent filing for the last two years? It is because a patent application can take up to 18 months to get published. Certainly, it doesn’t suggest a decrease in the patent filing.
|Year of Patents Filing or Grant||Code42 Applications Filed||Code42 Patents Granted|
How many Code42 patents are Alive/Dead?
How Many Patents did Code42 File in Different Countries?
Countries in which Code42 Filed Patents
|United States of America||16|
Where are Research Centers of Code42 Patents Located?
The Research Center of all the Code42 Patents is the United States of America.
What Percentage of Code42 US Patent Applications were Granted?
Code42 (Excluding its subsidiaries) has filed 22 patent applications at USPTO so far (Excluding Design and PCT applications). Out of these 11 have been granted leading to a grant rate of 91.67%.
Below are the key stats of Code42 patent prosecution at the USPTO.
Which Law Firms Filed Most US Patents for Code42?
|Law Firm||Total Applications||Success Rate|
|Schwegman Lundberg & Woessne||22||91.67%|
List of Code42 Patents
|US11170113B2||Management Of Security Vulnerabilities|
|US11087002B2||Using The Same Query Language For Static And Dynamic Application Security Testing Tools|
|US10387656B2||Integrated Interactive Application Security Testing|
|US10120997B2||Code Instrumentation For Runtime Application Self-Protection|
|US9141806B2||Mining Source Code For Violations Of Programming Rules|
|US9128728B2||Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|US20220067173A1||Automatic Identification Of Flaws In Software Systems|
|US20220035928A1||Detecting Exploitable Paths In Application Software That Uses Third-Party Libraries|
|US20170316202A1||Rasp For Scripting Languages|
|US20150332055A1||Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|US20150244737A1||Detecting Malicious Advertisements Using Source Code Analysis|
|US20100083240A1||Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|EP3566166B1||Management Of Security Vulnerabilities|
|EP3433782B1||Integrated Interactive Application Security Testing|
|EP2609506B1||Mining Source Code For Violations Of Programming Rules|
|EP2092424B1||Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|EP3961445A1||Automatic Identification Of Flaws In Software Systems|
|EP3945441A1||Detecting Exploitable Paths In Application Software That Uses Third-Party Libraries|
|EP3401827A1||Method And System Of Static And Dynamic Data Flow Analysis|
|EP3245776A4||Rasp For Scripting Languages|
|EP3241135A4||Code Instrumentation For Runtime Application Self-Protection|
|EP2901290A4||Detecting Malicious Advertisements Using Source Code Analysis|
|WO2018127794A1||Management Of Security Vulnerabilities|
|WO2017163141A1||Integrated Interactive Application Security Testing|
|WO2016113663A1||Rasp For Scripting Languages|
|WO2016108162A1||Code Instrumentation For Runtime Application Self-Protection|
|WO2014049504A1||Detecting Malicious Advertisements Using Source Code Analysis|
|WO2012025865A1||Mining Source Code For Violations Of Programming Rules|
|WO2008047351A2||Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|DE602018031610T2||Security Vulnerability Management|
|DE602017021885T2||Integrated Interactive Application Security Check|
|DE602011055794T2||Determination Of A Source Code For Violations Of Programming Rules|
|DE602007044414T2||Find Vowels In Source Code|
|JP5844809B2||Source Code Mining For Programming Rule Violations|
|JP5042315B2||Detecting Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|
|JP2018502351A||Rasp For Scripting Language|
|IL285682A||Automatic Identification Of Flaws In Software Systems|
|IL285079A||Detecting Exploitable Paths In Application Software That Uses Third-Party Libraries|
|IL260878A||Integrated Interactive Application Security Testing|
|IL265518A||Management Of Security Vulnerabilities|
|IL259201A||Using The Same Query Language For Static And Dynamic Application Security Testing Tools|
|IL253072A||Code Instrumentation For Runtime Application Self-Protection|
|IL224090A||Mining Source Code For Violations Of Programming Rules|
|IL250997A||Rasp For Scripting Languages|
|IL237837A||Detecting Malicious Advertisements Using Source Code Analysis|
|IL198030A||Method For Locating Security Vulnerabilities In Source Code|