The BitWall team advocates the work of security researchers and supports their
efforts to keep BitWall at its best. We want to provide you the best way to
inform us of your findings. This page will serve as a platform to discuss.
Responsible disclosure includes:
Giving BitWall a reasonable amount of time to fix an issue before you publish it.
Making a good faith effort to avoid privacy violations, the destruction of data or interruption of service.
If you follow these rules, we will award you proper recognition.
At this time we are offering to publish the names of people who help BitWall
realize and fix security bugs. At some point, we may retroactively reward all
Whitehats, as well as institute an official program in the future.
This list is not necessarily complete. We evaluate all reports on a case-by-
Denial of service vulnerabilities
Spam or social engineering techniques
Non-security related bugs
You can disclose vulnerabilities by emailing
We will do our best to respond as quickly as possible.
In your disclosure, please include a description and potential impact, steps
to reproduce the issue or a proof of concept and a name and link for
attribution (if desired).
This program crawled on the 2015-06-30 is sorted as bounty.