WEMIX Bug Bounty Program
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WEMIX recognizes the importance of a comprehensive vulnerability disclosure framework facilitated
through Bug Bounty Programs designed to protect our community from potential security threats and exploitation.

Highest Bounty
1,000
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  1. 1. Scope

    WEMIX3.0 Testnet Wallet
    WEMIX Wallet Web
    WEMIX Wallet App (Android/iOS)
  2. 2. In-scope Vulnerabilities

    • Arbitrary code execution(ACE) vulnerabilities
    • Personal & sensitivy information leakage
    • Vulnerabilities related to wallet security certificate bypass
    • In-wallet digital/crypto asset vulnerabilities
    • Manipulation of service functionalities
    • Database vulnerabilities and 3rd party information theft
  3. 3. Program Process

    1. Bugs submitted
    2. Confirmation of vulnerabilities
    3. Vulnerability evaluation
    4. Severity assessment
    5. Bounty rewarded
    6. Vulnerability remediation

    * WEMIX Bug Bounty Program uses Google Survey as the official bug submission channelSubmit

  4. 4. Program Rules

    • Must include PoC specifying scenario of exploitation resulting in submitted vulnerability
    • Exploitation attempts via DDOS attacks or physical access to the system are prohibited
    • Do not damage or restrict the availability of services infrastructure or the system integrity
    • All bugs submitted for review must not be disclosed to the public without authorization or consent
    • Exclude spams or solicitation of non-security related issues
  5. 5. Bounty Rewards

    Critical
    Upto1,000
    High
    Upto500
    Medium
    Upto200
    Low
    Upto50
    None
    Upto5
    • Severity evaluation for each submission will be determined in accordance with internal standards
    • Bounty rewards will be deposited into your WEMIX Wallet upon WEMIX3.0 Mainnet launch
  6. 6. Exclusion of reward eligibility

    • Bugs that have already been submitted
    • Vulnerabilities produced using an rooted devices and/or cracked programs
    • Submission of reports that does not include vulnerability verfiable code
    • Vulnerabilities that cannot be reproduced
    • Circumstantial vulnerabilities that are unlikely to be exploited by attackers
    • Potential threats of theoretical vulnerabilities based on policy design
    • Non-security related bugs that do not affect the service functionality
    • Brute-force attacks that are either automated or program generated
    • Any actions resulting in harm to businesses, services, and users
  7. 7. Restrictions and disclosure regulations

    • Do not disclose information related to the program and/or vulnerabilities found through the program without consent from the organization
    • Former or current employee of the organizing party and/or one of its contractors may not partake in the program
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