Vulnerability management and Bug Bounty at Safeguarding our digital ecosystem

Read more about how we enhance our security practices to protect our platform and contribute to a safer digital ecosystem.

Daniel Filakovsky

Published on Jul 3, 2024

Today, the spectrum of vulnerabilities like the infamous Log4j looms is large, affecting software globally and underscoring the critical need for secure, trustworthy software. As software development accelerates, ensuring each release is free from vulnerabilities is a necessity to protect digital infrastructures worldwide.

Why security assessment and validation are crucial

Vulnerability management is essential to identify and fix security flaws before they become exploitable in production environments. Modern applications are often built on a complex web of third-party components and libraries, each introducing potential vulnerabilities that could compromise the entire system. Moreover, human error in coding can introduce additional security risks. Addressing these challenges efficiently ensures that security measures keep pace with rapid innovation without hindering delivery speed.

Our proactive approach at

At, we are committed to maintaining the highest security standards to avoid potential vulnerabilities. In practice, this means that we maximize security testing coverage and decrease fix time as much as possible.

Code reviews

Our development process includes rigorous code reviews to catch vulnerabilities early in the development lifecycle. This practice helps ensure that any security issues are addressed before the code progresses further.

Comprehensive testing

We employ both manual and automatic security testing, including static and dynamic methods, to scrutinize our source code thoroughly before it reaches production. This dual approach allows us to detect a wide range of vulnerabilities, from surface-level bugs to deep-seated security flaws.

Regular penetration testing

We conduct extensive penetration testing, adhering to OWASP standards, to simulate potential cyber attacks. Our commitment includes major full OWASP re-tests at least annually, with results available to customers under a valid non-disclosure agreement (NDA).

Vulnerability Disclosure and Bug Bounty

As we rapidly innovate and deploy new features, annual extensive reviews may not always provide feedback as fast as needed. In way of transparency and collaboration, our Vulnerability Disclosure Policy and public Bug Bounty Program invite security researchers to help us identify and remediate issues. Since its creation, the Bug Bounty program has helped greatly in resolving numerous security concerns, ensuring that vulnerabilities are addressed promptly.

Additional security measures

To further fortify our defenses, we implement infrastructure hardening, continuous monitoring, and deploy a Web Application Firewall (WAF). These layers of security are crucial in safeguarding our products against emerging threats.

Software Bill of Materials (SBOM)

Understanding the composition of third-party code in our applications is vital. Our adoption of SBOM provides transparency about the third-party components used in our software. For more details, visit our blog on SBOM.


At, we recognize the importance of robust security measures in today’s fast-paced digital environment. Our comprehensive approach to vulnerability management and engagement with the security research community through our Bug Bounty program help us elevate our security baseline. By continuously enhancing our security practices, we not only protect our platform but also contribute to a safer digital ecosystem for our users, including content creators, content managers, and marketers.

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