In Dash Messaging, everyone has a price -- the price of delivering a message to the top of the message queue. In the system there are two types of message: public and private. Private messages are direct messages between users. Public messages are messages that can be delivered to targeted groups of people.
Please note that this program is exclusively for issues relating to Dash Messaging. For security reports around other Dash assets, please refer to https://bugcrowd.com/dashdigitalcash. Good luck and happy hunting!
This program adheres to the Bugcrowd Vulnerability Rating Taxonomy for the prioritization/rating of findings.
This is a kudos-only program - no cash bounties will be paid for bug and vulnerability reports.
We would like researchers to focus their attention on user authentication. We need to know how an attacker might take over another user's account. We are also interested in ways that the system can be gamed.
New users go through three phases that have escalating privileges:
- Guest user
- Registered user
- Confirmed user
We are particularly interested in ways that an attacker might escalate their privileges in an unauthorized manner.
Researchers are welcome to create accounts on the live site at https://d-msg.com for testing purposes. If a researcher would like conduct tests with deposited funds, contact Dash Messaging support team and we will make arrangements.
- User authentication
- Only issues at the d-msg.com domain are within the scope of this program.