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Security is very important to Mahara developers. As potential issues are reported to us, we will test, patch and release fixes as quickly as possible.
 
Security is very important to Mahara developers. As potential issues are reported to us, we will test, patch and release fixes as quickly as possible.
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In the past, we had a security bug bounty program in place that rewarded researchers for finding security issues and disclosing them to us.
  
 
= Security announcements =
 
= Security announcements =
  
 
You can see the previous security issues on our [https://bugs.launchpad.net/mahara/+cve bug tracker] or subscribe to security announcements from [https://mahara.org/interaction/forum/view.php?id=43 this forum] via email or [https://mahara.org/interaction/forum/atom.php?type=f&id=43 RSS].
 
You can see the previous security issues on our [https://bugs.launchpad.net/mahara/+cve bug tracker] or subscribe to security announcements from [https://mahara.org/interaction/forum/view.php?id=43 this forum] via email or [https://mahara.org/interaction/forum/atom.php?type=f&id=43 RSS].
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= Mahara Security Bug Bounty Program =
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The Mahara Security Bug Bounty Program was taken down on 27th Sept 2012
  
 
= How to report a security issue? =
 
= How to report a security issue? =

Revision as of 09:51, 5 October 2012

Security is very important to Mahara developers. As potential issues are reported to us, we will test, patch and release fixes as quickly as possible.

In the past, we had a security bug bounty program in place that rewarded researchers for finding security issues and disclosing them to us.

Security announcements

You can see the previous security issues on our bug tracker or subscribe to security announcements from this forum via email or RSS.

Mahara Security Bug Bounty Program

The Mahara Security Bug Bounty Program was taken down on 27th Sept 2012

How to report a security issue?

Please email security issues to [email protected] and provide as many details as you can about the environment (Mahara version, database version, plugins used, etc.).

Alternatively, you can report security issues on our bug tracker if you select the "This bug is a security vulnerability" option when reporting your bug (which will hide the bug and mark it as private). If you report the bug publicly, we will be unable to offer you the bounty.

You will receive a response from a developer acknowledging receipt of your email, typically within 1 or 2 business days. If you do not receive a response, please do not assume we're ignoring you. It's quite possible your email didn't make it through a spam filter.

We appreciate your patience. Some bugs take time to correct and the process may involve a review of the codebase for similar problems. Please do not disclose the vulnerability to anyone before the publication of the official Mahara security advisory.

Security in our development process

Mahara developers are committed to achieving the highest standard of security. All commits to the Mahara git repository are reviewed by at least one developer who will enforce the guidelines found in Developer_Area/How_to_Review_Code.

Some of the developers are also members of the security team and follow these guidelines.