About OWASP/Bug Bounty
DRAFT Bug Bounty
OWASP Foundation White Hat Program Responsible Disclosure
Security of user funds, data and communication is of utmost importance to OWASP Foundation (OWASP). In pursuit of the best possible security for our service, we welcome responsible disclosure of any vulnerability you may find in OWASP In order to encourage responsible disclosure, we will not pursue legal action against researchers who point out a problem provided they do follow principles of responsible disclosure which include, but are not limited to:
Only access, expose, or modify your own customer data. Do not perform any attack that could harm the reliability or integrity of our services or data. Avoid scanning techniques that are likely to cause degradation of service to other customers. (DoS, Spamming) Keep within the guidelines of our Terms of Service. Always keep details of vulnerabilities secret until OWASP has been notified and had a reasonable amount of time to fix the issue. We may suspend your account and ban your IP if you do not respect these principles.
In order to be eligible for a bounty, your submission must be accepted as valid by OWASP. We use the following guidelines to determine the validity of requests and the reward compensation offered.
Our volunteers and engineers must be able to reproduce the security flaw from your report. Reports that are too vague or unclear are not eligible for a reward. Reports that include clearly written explanations and working code are more likely to garner rewards.
More severe bugs will be met with greater rewards. Any bug which has the potential for financial loss or data breach is of sufficient severity.
In general, vulnerabilities that may lead to lower rewards are those that do not cause one or several of the following results:
Partial/complete loss of funds User information leak Severe performance impact (other than DoS) Loss of accuracy of exchange data Some Examples of Qualifying Vulnerabilities
Gatecoin reserves the right to decide if the minimum severity qualification threshold is met and whether it was already reported.
Authentication bypass or privilege escalation Clickjacking Cross-site scripting (XSS) Cross-site request forgery (CSRF/XSRF) Mixed-content scripts Server-side code execution User data breach Some Examples of Non-Qualifying Vulnerabilities
Reporting the following vulnerabilities is appreciated but will not lead to systematic reward from Gatecoin.
Denial of Service vulnerabilities (DoS) Possibilities to send malicious links to people you know Security bugs in third-party websites that integrate with Gatecoin API Vulnerabilities related to 3rd-party software (e.g. Java, plugins, extensions) or website unless they lead to vulnerability on Gatecoin website Spamming Usability issues, forms autocomplete Insecure settings in non-sensitive cookies Browser Cache vulnerabilities Vulnerabilities (including XSS) that require a potential victim to install non-standard software or otherwise take very unlikely active steps to make themselves be susceptible Non-technical attacks such as social engineering, phishing, or physical attacks against our employees, users, or infrastructure Vulnerabilities (including XSS) that affect only legacy browser/plugins Disclaimer: the Blog is currently out of scope for the Bug Bounty Rewards
Only one bounty will be awarded per vulnerability. If we receive multiple reports for the same vulnerability, only the person offering the first clear report will receive a reward. We maintain flexibility with our reward system, and have no minimum/maximum amount; rewards are based on severity, impact, and report quality. To receive a reward, you must reside in a country not on international sanctions lists. This is a discretionary program and Gatecoin reserves the right to cancel the program and/or decide if the minimum severity threshold is reached and if it was previously reported.
Contact and Vulnerability disclosure
Please contact us with any vulnerability reports or with any question about the program.