BASF investigates all reports of security vulnerabilities affecting BASF web presence. If you are a security researcher and believe you have found a security vulnerability, please send an e-mail to us at BASF Responsible Disclosure.To encrypt your transmission with our PGP key, please follow the instructions on the BASF Secure Mail site here. To help with secure communication we also have the option to communicate securely here after you have registered.
If your vulnerability report is valid and you would like to be recognized for your contribution, we will gladly add you to our “Heroes of BASF” list, by name or anonymously. We will only add you to our “Heroes of BASF” list, if this is explicitly requested by you. Some reports are also eligible for swag. If your report is eligible, we would also like to send you a little something as a thank you—include your preferred shirt style, size, and mailing address in your report.
The following researchers have helped us identify and fix vulnerabilities. Thanks to all!
Jose Carlos Exposito Bueno
Muhammad Qasim Munir
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