At Freelancer, we do our absolute best to ensure that our website is as secure as possible. Keeping up with the latest in web security can be a daunting task and new vulnerabilities can appear in new and old products. Freelancer has an amazing community of very skilled users, particularly amongst the highly technical freelancers. We encourage users who find security vulnerabilities to report them to us as soon as possible.
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Examples include denial of service, viewing another user's private data or modifying data without authorization.
Freelancer recognizes the importance of researchers who contribute to the security of our website. To encourage bug and vulnerability reports, we will commit to not bringing private action nor public inquiry against researchers who follow these guidelines such that the vulnerability:
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Vulnerabilities that are deemed especially worthy by the security team may be rewarded in the following ways:
This program crawled on the 2015-06-30 is sorted as bounty.