Researcher Documentation

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Submission Page

The "Submissions" page provides a snapshot of the vulnerabilities you've reported.

From this page, you can:

Monitor Submission Status

The "Submissions" page lets you see the current state of a submission, the number of comments, and the amount of money and points rewarded (if the submission was accepted).

You can easily use any of the pre-built filters to find submissions based on their status or you can build a filter.

If you need a help remembering some of the search operators, use the Search Options button to see a cheat sheet.

To view the submission details, click on the submission title. You'll be able to see the a history of all events logged for that submission.

Activities tracked include:

  • Adjustments made to a submission's priority
  • Changes to the submission status
  • Monetary and point rewards
  • Any comments made on the submission

Comment on a Submission

Program owners can use comments to communicate with you on your submissions. Generally, you'll receive a comment on your submission if you need to provide more information or clarify something in your report.

When you receive a new message, you will receive an e-mail notification that someone commented on your submission. You can click on the link in the e-mail or log in to Bugcrowd to respond.

To respond to a comment, go to the submission, and add your comment to the text box shown below:

Click the Send Message button when you are done.