Coin Wallet values its close relationship with the security research community. To show its appreciation for external contributions, Coin Wallet maintains a Bug Bounty Program designed to reward responsible disclosure of qualifying security vulnerabilities.
Responsible Disclosure Policy
You disclose responsibly if you:
- Give us a reasonable amount of time before disclosing the vulnerability publicly.
- Make a good faith effort to not interrupt or degrade our service.
- Do not defraud or harm Coin Wallet or its users during your research.
- If you do your best to follow these guidelines in discovering and disclosing a vulnerability, we won’t take any legal action against you. We will do our best to respond to your submission as quickly as possible, keep you updated on the fix, and award a bounty where appropriate.
Adhere to the Responsible Disclosure Policy above.
Do not attempt to gain access to another user’s account or information (use your own test accounts).
Report only original and previously undisclosed bugs.
Do not disclose a bug publicly before it has been fixed.
Do not use scanners or automated tools to find bugs.
Do not attempt non-technical attacks such as social engineering, phishing, or physical attacks against our employees, users, or infrastructure.
Do not attack the reliability or integrity of our services (e.g, no DDoS attacks, blackhat SEO techniques, spamming, or similar questionable acts).
Employees of Coin Wallet and its subsidiaries are ineligible.
Residents in U.S. sanctioned countries (Cuba, Iran, Sudan, Syria, and North Korea) are ineligible
If in doubt, please email us at email@example.com.
Services in Scope
All services provided by Coin Wallet are eligible for our Bug Bounty Program, including services offered through coin.space, Coin Wallet APIs, and our iOS and Android apps.
Any design or implementation issue that could result in substantial financial loss, data breach, or service degradation is within scope including, but not limited to:
- Cross-site scripting (XSS).
- Cross-site request forgery (CSRF/XSRF).
- Mixed-content scripts.
- Authentication or authorization flaws.
- Server-side code execution bugs.
- Remote code execution.
- Accounting errors.
Depending on their impact, some disclosures may not qualify. Vulnerabilities in the following areas are examples of common exclusions:
- Software packages not produced by Coin Wallet.
- Coin Wallet-branded services operated by third parties.
- Coin Wallet subdomains operated by third parties (e.g. support.coin.space).
How to Disclose
Disclose a vulnerability by sending an email with your bug report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A bug report should include a description of the bug, reproduction instructions, and security impact (low, medium, high, critical). Coin Wallet may award greater bounties for well done reports. All bounties are payable only in bitcoin.