Insite responsible disclosure


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  • Vulnerability Disclosure Programme Terms
  • Vulnerability Disclosure Policy
  • Responsible Disclosure
  • Bug Bounty Program
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    The following test types are not authorized: User interface bugs or typos. Engage in Social Engineering. Physical testing e. If you encounter any of the below on Netskope systems while testing within the scope of this policy, stop your test and notify us immediately: Personal Identifiable Information PII Customer Data or Account Credentials Financial information e. If BugCrowd is not open or available please share any vulnerabilities with [email protected] and Netskope will work to get you recognition via BugCrowd when it becomes available.

    Reports may be submitted anonymously. Netskope prefers reports via BugCrowd but will respond to reports through any of the above channels. Note, only the reports submitted via BugCrowd will be eligible for bounties, except in the event that BugCrowd is not open or available, as noted above. Reports should include: Description of the location and potential impact of the vulnerability.

    A detailed description of the steps required to reproduce the vulnerability. Proof of concept POC scripts, screenshots, and screen captures are all helpful. Please use extreme care to properly label and protect any exploit code. Any technical information and related materials Netskope would need to reproduce the issue.

    Please keep vulnerability reports current by sending Netskope any new information as it becomes available. Coordinated Disclosure Netskope is committed to patching vulnerabilities in a timely manner based upon the severity of the vulnerability and disclosing the details of those vulnerabilities when patches are published. At the same time, disclosure in absence of a readily available patch may increase risk rather than reduce it, and so Netskope asks that you refrain from sharing your report with others while Netskope works on a patch.

    If you believe there are others that should be informed of your report before the patch is available, please let us know so Netskope may consider other arrangements. Netskope recognizes that self-disclosure of bugs may be of interest to you and does not take issue with this practice. Note that in some cases there may be sensitive information that Netskope will require you to redact, so please review with Netskope before self-disclosing.

    Questions For any questions on the policy and for further help, please write to us at [email protected]. Note: Netskope reserves the right to update the policy at any time.

    Vulnerability Disclosure Programme Terms

    If you discover such a weak spot in one of our systems, please let us know so we can take action as soon as possible. We would like to work with you to enhance the protection of our customers and our systems. We ask you to: Inform us of your finding using the following URL. Refrain from abusing the issue by, for instance, downloading more data than is necessary to demonstrate the leak; or to view, delete or alter third-party data.

    Refrain from sharing the issue with others until it has been resolved, and to delete all confidential data obtained through the leak immediately after it has been resolved. Refrain from using attacks on physical security, social engineering, distributed denial of service, spam or third party applications, and Provide sufficient information to reproduce the issue, so that we can resolve this as swiftly as possible. Although the IP address or URL of the affected system and a description of the vulnerability is usually sufficient, more complex vulnerabilities may require further information.

    What we promise: We will respond to your report within five days, with our assessment of the report and an expected resolution date. If you have complied with the above conditions, we will not take legal action against you regarding the report. We will treat your report confidentially, and we will not share your personal information with third parties without your permission, unless this is necessary to comply with a legal obligation.

    Reporting can be performed using a pseudonym. We will keep you informed on the progress in resolving the issue. If you wish, we will include your name as the party identifying the issue in the reporting, and- We endeavour to resolve all issues as swiftly as possible, and are happy to be involved in any publication concerning the issue once it has been resolved. Embrace The human cloud Would you like to receive tips, customer cases and examples in your email from time to time?

    Vulnerability Disclosure Policy

    Responsible Disclosure

    Please keep vulnerability reports current by sending Netskope any new information as it becomes available. Coordinated Disclosure Netskope is committed to patching vulnerabilities in a timely manner based upon the severity of the vulnerability and disclosing the details of those vulnerabilities when patches are published. At the same time, disclosure in absence of a readily available patch may increase risk rather than reduce it, and so Netskope asks that you refrain from sharing your report with others while Netskope works on a patch.

    If you believe there are others that should be informed of your report before the patch is available, please let us know so Netskope may consider other arrangements. Netskope recognizes that self-disclosure of bugs may be of interest to you and does not take issue with this practice. Note that in some cases there may be sensitive information that Netskope will require you to redact, so please review with Netskope before self-disclosing.

    Questions For any questions on the policy and for further help, please write to us at [email protected]. You do not violate any other applicable laws or regulations.

    Denial-of-service attacks. Security issues in third-party apps or websites that integrate with Indeni. These are not managed by Indeni and do not qualify under our guidelines for security testing. Bug bounty program terms We recognize and reward security researchers who help us keep people safe by reporting vulnerabilities in our services.

    To potentially qualify for a bounty, you first need to meet the following requirements: Adhere to our Responsible Disclosure Policy see above. Report a security bug: that is, identify a vulnerability in our services or infrastructure which creates a security or privacy risk.

    Note that Indeni ultimately determines the risk of an issue and that many software bugs are not security issues. Submit your report to security Indeni. Please do not contact employees directly or through other channels about a report.

    When in doubt, please email security iterable.

    Bug Bounty Program

    Reporting Guidelines Do provide sufficient information to reproduce the problem, so we will be able to resolve it as quickly as possible. Please, fill out the form at the bottom of the page so we can intake and review your submission. Confidentiality Do not disclose confidential information, including details on your submission, without prior and explicit consent from Iterable.

    Response and Recognition We will investigate any details you provide and respond as soon as possible, usually one to three business days.

    To acknowledge the first person who alerts us to previously unknown vulnerabilities, we will show our gratitude by placing their name in the Acknowledgements list below unless you desire otherwise.


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