Bug Bounty Program Like all software, ours can have bugs. And it always will †

If you believe you have found a bug we encourage you to let us know right away. We will investigate all legitimate reports and do our best to quickly fix the problem. We pounce on the problem immediately but carefully, figuring out exactly what caused it and how to fix it. Then we test the fix, make sure it doesn't impact any existing functionality, deploy it, and announce the news.

In the hopes of avoiding public scenarios, we've created a "Bounty Reward" award. Here's how you get one:

  1. Find a vulnerability in our software (see what software is eligible below)
  2. Let us known
Number 4 is very important. If the general public knows about your report, you can't get the award. As much as we hate to say it, it also means you shouldn't collaborate with others. We know that sucks, but we don't really see any way around it: If you create a public community dedicated to finding exploits, it will inevitably be watched closely by at least one jerk, and so anything discovered there will have to be considered "known to the general public" and thus ineligible for the award.        General Bounty Guidelines

JordanTBH Technologies will pay a bounty for certain product security bugs, as detailed below. All security bugs must follow the following general criteria to be eligible:

JordanTBH Technologies reserves the right to not give a bounty payment for any reason. The bounty reward will be a maximum of £3000 (GBP) cash and an official t-shirt.        Further Information

We ask that you be available to provide further information on the bug as needed, and invite you to work together with JordanTBH Technologies engineers in reproducing, diagnosing, and fixing the bug. As part of this process we will provide you full access to participate in our internal discussions about the bug.

Found a bug?

Please do let us know

Credit(s): Some of the text n this page is from Reddit. :)
† The bounty reward program will begin on th 04th December 2013