After Selling Seek To F-Secure, French Entrepreneurs Land $3M For Ezakus Labs

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French entrepreneurs Christophe Camborde and Yannick Lacastaigneratte, who founded cloud storage storage Steek and sold it to F-Secure for close to $40 million in 2009, are apparently at it again.

A year after founding a company called Ezakus Labs, which has yet to launch a product, they’ve raised $3 million in funding from Idinvest (formerly AGF Private Equity) – for those who understand French, check our coverage of the news on TechCrunch France.

Not much is known about the company at this point, but here’s the buzzword-laden pitch from the press release:

The company features a groundbreaking audience targeting service allowing publishers and advertisers to easily set up social profiling offers with a cutting edge precision compared to the current standards.

Groundbreaking and cutting edge? Clearly, it’s a revolutionary, next-generation service.

For what it’s worth, Idinvest is an investor in several successful French companies, including Meetic, Criteo, Viadeo, Deezer and Dailymotion.