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What We Do
The researcher sends us a brief description of the vulnerability for review
the researcher submits the full discovery details and exploits. our team tests aand verifies the findings.
SSD signs a detailed contract – focused on protecting your research.
the researcher gets the full payout within a week
the vulnerbility is disclosed and published. Full credit is given to the researcher.
Windows (RCE and PE)
Chrome (RCE or SBX)
Summary A vulnerability in Windows’s File History Service allows local users to gain elevated privileges on the Windows operating system. Credit An independent security researcher working with SSD Secure Disclosure, the vulnerability was one of
Summary A vulnerability in TP-Link’s TL-WR840N allows remote attackers to trigger a stack overflow vulnerability allowing remote attackers to cause a denial of service in httpd. Credit An independent security researcher, @delsploit, working with SSD
Summary A vulnerability in EdgeRouters’s and AirCube’s miniupnpd allows LAN attackers to cause the service to overflow an internal heap and potentially execute arbitrary code. Credit An independent security researcher working with SSD Secure Disclosure.