Camino’s bug bounty program encourages independent security researchers to find and report vulnerabilities in our Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 systems. Join the hunt to help us shape the global web3 ecosystem for the travel industry.
Search for vulnerabilities and report any that you discover. Rewards for eligible submissions are listed below.
Our security team will review the submission. If we need any additional information, we will contact you.
If our partners consider the submission eligible, we will notify you to begin the process of fixing the issue.
We will ask you to retest and verify the fix to get rewards and public acknowledgments (if you prefer to).
We kindly request that you refrain from disclosing any vulnerabilities to third parties until we have had a chance to fix the issue and notify any affected parties. We will keep your submission confidential, but please note that we may need to share it with third parties (e.g. service providers) to address the issue.
We expect all submissions to adhere to our responsible disclosure policy. This means giving us a reasonable amount of time to fix the vulnerability before disclosing it to the public. We will make every effort to address the issue as soon as possible.
We aim to respond to all submissions promptly, within 14 business days. If your submission is eligible for a reward, we will notify you and start working on a fix as soon as possible.
We reserve the right to make changes to the terms of this bug bounty program at any time. Any updates or modifications will be posted on this page.
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