Stanford reserves the right to not reward any submission if we so choose, and we will not provide compensation for time spent researching.
Bounties are awarded only to the first unique report of a previously unidentified vulnerability. Subsequent reports will be closed as duplicates and not eligible for a bounty.
Vulnerability severities and reward amounts are determined at the discretion of the Information Security Office. For instance, a cross-site scripting vulnerability on a static, unauthenticated website may be classified as less severe compared to a cross-site scripting vulnerability that has the potential to compromise user accounts.
Cumulative rewards in excess of $50 are taxable, and you must report it as income on your tax returns. Reward amounts are paid in the form of Amazon gift cards.
||Remote code execution, SQL injection, XXE
||Significant authentication bypass, exposure of sensitive information
||Cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery
Reward amounts and vulnerability severity classifications are subject to change at any time.