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Date: Sun, 24 Jul 2022 11:10:35 -0700
From: Roxana Bradescu <>
Subject: Re: snowflakedb security contacts

> On Jul 18, 2022, at 5:18 PM, Seth Arnold <> wrote:
> Hello, if anyone has friends or acquaintances at snowflakedb, please
> direct their attention to:
> "Please add a file and security policy"
> I don't know if what I found is actually an issue but I'd like to give
> them a chance to see it privately before telling the whole world. I've
> not had much luck with the Usual Methods so far.
> Everyone else: *please* take five minutes to write down how you'd like
> people to report security issues. Some people subscribe to the "security
> bugs are just bugs, report them like any other" philosophy. Some people
> want a chance to look at potential security issues privately, first.
> Whatever you'd like, please just write it down someplace obvious.
> Thanks

Hi Seth, did you ever get a response from anyone at Snowflake?

Just in case you didn’t, Snowflake uses HackerOne for their vuln mgmt program so issues get reported to HackerOne directly (and this information belongs in a file) <>

Regards, Roxana

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