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We will not sue or swat you for responsible disclosure clause

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To encourage security researchers to not be afraid of disclosing their finding, there should be a registry or a standardised clause that businesses can sign up to or register.

This will have a contractual clause that a security researcher who have conducted all reasonable efforts to disclose the vulnerability will not in anyway be attacked by the company in question for disclosing the vulnerability. (e.g. via sending the FBI to raid the security researcher.)

mofosyne, May 28 2016

Security researcher discovers glaring problem with patient data system, FBI stages armed dawn raid https://bbs.boingbo...med-dawn-raid/78750
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       Why would someone believe an arbitrary company would keep this promise?
Voice, May 29 2016
  

       Is "security researcher" really a thing, or is this some kind of sanitised language for "hacker" (of whichever hat colour)?
Custardguts, May 29 2016
  


 

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