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Snyk’s security team, based in Israel, maintains our vulnerability database.
This work includes curating vulnerabilities found or reported elsewhere on the web, as well as doing our own research to uncover previously unknown vulnerabilities, which we then responsibly disclose. Snyk Enterprise get early notifications for issues our research uncovers alongside this responsible disclosure process.
Most of the vulnerabilities in our database originate from one of these sources:
- Monitoring other vulnerability databases, such as CVEs from NVD and many others.
- Monitoring user activity on GitHub, including issues, PRs and commit messages that may indicate a vulnerability.
- Bulk research, using tools that look for repeated security mistakes across open source package code
- Manual research, investing our researchers time to manually audit more widely used packages for security flaws.
For every issue deemed to be a real vulnerability, we assign the right CVSS (severity) score and package version specification, create an advisory, and make it available in the product.
Patches are created and maintained by Snyk. If the package owner has made code changes to fix the issues, our patch is based on this official fix, and we remove any cosmetic or unrelated changes. If a package owner has not addressed the vulnerability yet, we write a patch from scratch.
Before releasing it, we verify the patch, backport it to older versions, and test that the patch hasn’t broken functionality.
The patches are a part of Snyk’s open source vulnerability database, so you can check them out before applying them. For example, the patches for the ms ReDoS vulnerability. We don’t have patches for every case - if you need one that’s missing, let us know. We also accept pull requests!
Currently patches are unavailable for Ruby projects.
We at snyk value the security community and believe that responsible disclosure of security vulnerabilities helps us ensure the security and privacy of the users. A responsible disclosure program includes a policy with clear and simple rules of engagement for security researchers to report vulnerabilities they discover. It protects both the developer and researcher, while allowing developers to safely benefit from vulnerabilities discovered by researchers. Security vulnerabilities can be reported to us, and we will manage the responsible disclosure procedure, (1) receiving the report, (2) notifying the developer, (3) coordinating the fix and (4) publicly disclosing the vulnerability giving full credit to the researcher.
Receiving the submitted vulnerability report from the researcher/reporter, sent to email@example.com. Snyk will verify and document each reported vulnerability prior to developer notification.
2. Developer Notification
The first phase of the public disclosure process, with a goal to provide vulnerability details necessary for the developer to begin their internal resolution process.
If the developer has not acknowledged receipt within 30 business days of the original notification, Snyk will retransmit the vulnerability details to the original contact and at least one secondary contact, if a secondary contact is publicly available. If the developer allows an additional ten business days to elapse following the second notification (40 business days since original notification) without acknowledging the information, vulnerability details will be re-sent not only to the previous two contacts, but also to customers or other stakeholders at Snyk’s discretion.
If the product developer does not respond to any of the three notification attempts within an additional ten days following the third notification (50 business days since original notification), or if the developer indicates they do not wish to coordinate disclosure, Snyk may elect to issue a public advisory (Step 4).
Acknowledgement of the notification by the developer should include all of the following items:
a. developer confirms the vulnerability information is received and the schedule for investigation.
b. developer provides a point of contact responsible for coordinating and tracking information on the issue from within their organization.
c. developer provides an estimate as to when they expect to complete their initial investigation of the security issue provided in the notification.
3. Developer Coordination
Upon successful acknowledgement of the notification, Snyk will work with the developer to determine how the security issue will be addressed. The following tasks are included within this phase:
a. At developer’s request, Snyk will provide additional information to assist in the development of a solution.
b. At developer’s request, Snyk may review proposed solutions for effectiveness.
c. The developer and Snyk will exchange proposed timing for public disclosure of the issue and related solution for mutual approval.
If developer responses to all communications in this phase are not received within ten business days, Snyk may move directly to the Public Disclosure phase.
4. Public disclosure
Public Disclosure is the final phase of the disclosure process. During this phase, Snyk’s intent is to add the vulnerability to its public database (vulndb), provide information on the vulnerability and related solutions. Public Disclosure may be initiated either by completing the Developer Coordination phase or through a process failure in prior phases.
During the Public Disclosure phase Snyk, and optimally the developer, will disseminate information on the vulnerability and related solution to the public. Snyk may disseminate information through public e-mail lists, web pages or any other medium it deems appropriate to reach the intended audiences.
5. PGP Key
As mentioned above, you can report issues simply by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and a member of the Snyk team will review your confidential report.
If possible, we recommend you encrypt such vulnerability disclosures using the following PGP key:
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