[Owasp-leaders] [Owasp-community] Bug Hunting at OWASP.org
jim.manico at owasp.org
Thu Feb 11 06:48:03 UTC 2016
Right, but two OWASP researchers posted live bugs over Twitter today. We
have to deal with it Kevin. I'd rather we know than not know, sooner
than later. One of the bugs noted I fixed earlier today.
Knowing is half the battle.
On 2/10/16 10:14 PM, Kevin W. Wall wrote:
> And to add to Timo's thoughts...if we have an RFP to redo the OWASP
> site, if we do put out a bug bounty, perhaps we should wait until that
> effort is finished, otherwise we may end up fixing things twice.
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 1:04 AM, Timo Goosen <timo.goosen at owasp.org
> <mailto:timo.goosen at owasp.org>> wrote:
> "But in the meantime, here are a few resources to report your
> findings to if you run into security issues (and I use "run into"
> with intention because you would never just start actively testing
> a website for security without permission in some way, right?
> Because doing so is a major criminal act in most countries, right?)"
> Depends. I've found bugs on sites before, unintentionally just by
> clicking around.
> On the idea of a bug bounty project for OWASP. The idea is good,
> but I don't think that OWASP has the resources to deal with a bug
> bounty program and the flood of reports that will becoming in.
> Researchers get very annoyed if you don't respond promptly and
> take them seriously. Just something to consider.
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2016 at 6:15 AM, Jim Manico <jim.manico at owasp.org
> <mailto:jim.manico at owasp.org>> wrote:
> A few OWASP researchers have found bugs on OWASP's wiki and
> decided to disclose them in public over twitter before
> reporting to OWASP.
> Can you please disclose to me or Matt Tesauro or use the
> contact form or do anything other than disclose in public
> before discussing this with OWASP IT staff and support?
> Also, Josh Sokol is in the middle of ramping up a more formal
> bug bounty program and will provide a more formal method for
> disclosure in the near future.
> But in the meantime, here are a few resources to report your
> findings to if you run into security issues (and I use "run
> into" with intention because you would never just start
> actively testing a website for security without permission in
> some way, right? Because doing so is a major criminal act in
> most countries, right?)
> Thanks all.
> * Matt Tesauro: matt.tesauro at owasp.org
> <mailto:matt.tesauro at owasp.org>
> * Jim Manico: jim at owasp.org <mailto:jim at owasp.org>
> * Contact Form: https://www.tfaforms.com/308703
> Jim Manico
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