VULNERABILITY Disclosure Guideline
This document describes how we deal with the discovery of a security vulnerability.
It is a rule and reference for such a security incident. This standard provides binding instructions
for appropriate and reliable processing by ProSec GmbH.
1.1 Disclosure Specification
The following information must be included in the disclosure:
|Vulnerability type||specifies which vulnerability type affects the finding.|
|Vulnerable version||describes the vision associated with the vulnerability.|
|Vulnerable component||names the susceptible devices of the vulnerability.|
|Report confidence||here you can find the detailed report of the vulnerability.|
|Fixed version||names the repository version.|
|Vendor notification||explains what the vendor responds about this vulnerability.|
|Solution date||specifies the resolution date of the vulnerability.|
|CVE reference||is an industry standard that aims to introduce a unified naming convention for vulnerabilities.|
|CWE||is a category system for software weaknesses and vulnerabilities.|
|CVSSv3 Calculator||shows the components of the Common Vulnerability Scoring System.|
|Researcher Credits||names the researcher who found the vulnerability|
|Vulnerability Details||describes the exact details of the vulnerabilities and which devices are affected.|
|Risk||describes the effects the vulnerability might have.|
|Steps to reproduce||explains the way to reconstruct the vulnerability.|
|Solution||shows a possible solution to fix the vulnerability|
|History||describes the history of the vulnerability, when it was identified, and how it progressed further.|
The company that concerns the security vulnerability must officially announce the researcher in
the „Advisory”. In addition, ProSec GmbH is allowed to name the company as a reference.
2. Bug bounty
If a bug bounty program exists, the ProSec GmbH is entitled to claim the proceeds.
3. Public disclosure
If the company concerned does not react within 14 days to the announcement of the security
gap, then the full disclosure, including PoC codes, will be published.
If the company concerned reacts to the disclosure within 14 days, a coordinated disclosure is
carried out, if the vendor is affected, a joint fist is set to solve the problem.
3.1 Coordinated disclosure
After the vulnerability is fixed, we wait 14 days until the release (excluded from the disclosure are
the PoC codes). The publication gives customers the opportunity to fix the vulnerabilities
through updates provided by the vendor. Our goal in this strategy is not to create imitators. To
illustrate our process, you will find two timelines below:
The company which is affected by the security vulnerability must provide a response within 14
days to the email@example.com of being notified by ProSec GmbH. If no information
is provided, ProSec GmbH is entitled to publish the disclosure.
If the company or the manufacturer requires more time to remedy the security vulnerability, a
joint deadline will be agreed with ProSec GmbH.
5. Supplementary agreement
All parties involved must be aware of the deadlines and consequences of this disclosure.