- Bypass of wallet PIN
- Arbitrary code execution on X1 wallet
- Missing transaction info check leading to loss of funds
- Bypass bootloader security check
- Bypass on user confirmation to issue a transaction
- Arbitrary code execution on X1 cards
- Sensitive data leaks leading to funds lossage
- Clickjacking and tab nagging issues
- Reports from automated tools or scans
- Absence of rate limiters
- Outdated software without any noteworthy vulnerability
- Lack of CSRF token
- Missing security headers
- Missing security best practices that do not directly lead to a security vulnerability
After triage, we will send a quick acknowledgment and commit to being as transparent as possible about the remediation timeline as well as on issues or challenges that may extend it. You may receive updates with significant events such as the validation of the vulnerability, requests for additional information, or your qualification for a reward.
When submitting a vulnerability report, you agree that public disclosure should not be made without team Cypherock's approval to ensure that the vulnerability is not exploited by anyone in the community.
Once the security issue is fixed or mitigated, the Cypherock Security Team will contact you. Prior to any public announcement of a vulnerability, and to the extent permitted by the law, we will share the draft description of the vulnerability with you. In case of disagreement, we would explore mediation mechanisms.
Cypherock has a 90-day disclosure policy, which means that we do our best to fix issues within 90 days upon receipt of a vulnerability report. If the issue is fixed sooner and if there is a mutual agreement between the security researcher and the Cypherock Security Team, the disclosure might happen before the 90-day deadline.
The decision to grant a reward for the discovery of a valid security issue is at Cypherock’s sole discretion. The amount of each bounty is based on the classification and sensitivity of the data impacted, the completeness of your Submission report, ease of exploit, and overall risk for Cypherock’s users and brand. Bounties will be paid directly to the researcher.
You will be responsible for any tax implications related to bounty payments you receive, as determined by the laws of your jurisdiction of residence or citizenship.
- Be a resident of, or make your vulnerability submission from, a country against which Singapore has issued export sanctions or other trade restrictions,
- Be in violation of any national, state, or local law or regulation,
- Be employed by Cypherock or its subsidiaries or affiliates,
- Be an immediate family member of a person employed by Cypherock or its subsidiaries or affiliates,
- Be less than 18 years of age. If you are under 18 years old, or considered a minor in your place of residence, you must get your parents’ or legal guardian’s permission prior to participating in the program.
In mutual consultation, we can, if you desire, display a researcher’s name or its pseudonym as the discoverer of the reported vulnerability on our website. Please note that the Hall of Fame is dedicated to the Devices Bug Bounty Program.
- Interactions should be at all times respectful and communicated in a professional manner and tone with a view to being beneficial to the report validation process. Creating unnecessary noise, sending rude emails, or spamming for an update are some examples which can be considered unprofessional behavior. These actions decrease triage efficiency and are not beneficial to you as the bug reporter or the program.
- Hate speech, profanity, or any aggressive threats will not be tolerated in any form.
- Contacting the security team “out-of-band” (eg. Reddit or Twitter) is a violation of this Code of Conduct.