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Israeli firm Kape Technologies buys ExpressVPN raising privacy concerns


Kape Technologies, a leading Israeli cybersecurity firm, has purchased ExpressVPN for nearly $1 billion. The company confirmed that the deal had been finalized for $936 million, out of which $237 million will be in the form of Kape’s shares to ExpressVPN’s co-founders Dan Pomerantz and Peter Burchhardt.

The co-founders will hand Kape Tech a 14% stake in their combined firm in exchange for shares, while the remaining amount will be paid in cash within the next two years. According to ExpressVPN co-founders, the company will still operate independently and continue to grow.

ExpressVPN and Kape’s Statements

The CEO of Kape Technologies, Ido Erlichman, stated in an official statement after securing the deal that they have admired ExpressVPN’s team’s continuous pursuit of “excellence and innovation” and are “excited to welcome them to Kape.”

“With ExpressVPN now part of the Kape family of world-leading privacy and security ...


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