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FormAssembly

FormAssembly Disclosure Program

At FormAssembly, our customers entrust us with storing their data and the security of that data is our first priority. We appreciate the role the security research community plays in fulfilling this objective. We are committed to the pursuit of collaborative effort with this community to improve our security and we wish to acknowledge and recognize those who have made an effort to improve our security. If you believe you've discovered a security issue within our guidelines, we encourage you to report the issue to us.

Scope

The scope of this program is limited to technical vulnerabilities on FormAssembly related applications and services under the following domains:

  • *.formassembly.com (except help.formassembly.com)
  • *.tfaforms.com

Testing is prohibited for the following hostname patterns:

  • *.tfaforms.net
  • formassembly.disqus.com

Any reports including these domains will be automatically rejected and the user will be subject to permanent disqualification from this program.

No testing is permitted against production enterprise resources, regardless of hostname. To test our enterprise application, please use enterprisedemo.formassembly.com as the target. You may login to this application as the administrative user demo with the password demo.

Disclosure Eligibility

To participate in the FormAssembly disclosure program, you must be the first person to responsibly disclose a previously unknown issue. Our staff will assess each report to determine if it is an eligible disclosure. We strive for a quick response, but we will respond to your report within 30 days. Additionally, we will request up to 90 days to implement a fix depending on the severity and complexity of the report.

Implementing a fix is not the same as releasing a fix. The release of a fix will be determined based upon the severity and complexity of the disclosure. Due to the complexity of deployments at FormAssembly, a release may not occur within the 90 day window. We will keep you updated during this process.

We also believe that 30 day response, 90 day resolution timeline is a reasonable timeline to govern our process. Please allow for this process to complete before publicly disclosing the vulnerability or contents of the report. Public disclosure prior to completion of this process will result in disqualification of your report.

Subject the exclusions below, we appreciate issues related to the FormAssembly infrastructure, FormAssembly user data, FormAssembly application, including, but not limited to:

  • Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF/XSRF)
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Authentication Vulnerabilities (including OAuth, SSO)
  • Privilege Escalation
  • Session Management
  • SQL Injection
  • Remote Code Execution
  • Information Disclosure, including Sensitive Data
  • Content Spoofing
  • Configuration

All reports must contain data to ensure compliance with the disclosure program. We may request additional information to ensure compliance, such as IP address associated with the testing, user accounts created to perform testing, approximate timestamps of testing, and other information related to your testing process. You can help expedite the review process by providing this information in your initial report.

As a general rule, providing as much relevant information in the disclosure will ensure an expedited response. We recommend that you describe the risk identified, justify your submission and its alleged severity, provide a proof of concept, and any other relevant information.

Please do not upload files in an archive format. Upload files individually.

General Exclusions

While we will consider submissions involving the following categories, we will not accept disclosures for each unless the disclosure is noteworthy in terms of technical implementation, creativity, severity, or other relevant criteria.

  • Strict-Transport-Security Issues. We are aware, but are not enabling it yet.
  • Clickjacking. We are aware of the absence of the X-Frame-Options header on some resources.
  • Denial of Service
  • Social Engineering and phishing
  • Spam
  • Security issues involving third-party APIs used by FormAssembly
  • Information disclosure involving announcements from runtimes (PHP) or server banners (Apache, nginx).
  • Any reports involving non-FormAssembly applications, such as web server, WordPress, etc.
  • help.formassembly.com
  • Submissions detailing best practices or recommendations. While we appreciate the advice, general advice without substantiation or relevance to our resources does not qualify.

Absolute Exclusions

The following conditions are absolutely excluded from this disclosure program. Any submissions of these excluded categories will result in permanent disqualification.

  • Any testing performed against any production FormAssembly Enterprise instances.
  • Any vulnerability obtained through the compromise of FormAssembly user or FormAssembly employee accounts. If you need to test a vulnerability, create account(s).
  • Testing with automated tools. While we appreciate the virtue of automated tools and the role these tools occupy in security research, running these tools against our resources requires no research nor effort and does not qualify for this program.
  • Any tests that result in the degradation or interruption of service.
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