A proxy re-encryption network to empower privacy in decentralized systems
by Michael Egorov, David Nuñez, and MacLane Wilkison - NuCypher
by Michael Egorov, MacLane Wilkison - NuCypher
by David Nuñez
NuCypher is a community-driven project and we're very open to outside contributions.
All our development discussions happen in our Discord server, where we're happy to answer technical questions, discuss feature requests, and accept bug reports.
If you identify vulnerabilities with any nucypher code, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with relevant information to your findings. We will work with researchers to coordinate vulnerability disclosure between our stakers, partners, and users to ensure successful mitigation of vulnerabilities.
Throughout the reporting process, we expect researchers to honor an embargo period that may vary depending on the severity of the disclosure. This ensures that we have the opportunity to fix any issues, identify further issues (if any), and inform our users.
Sometimes vulnerabilities are of a more sensitive nature and require extra precautions. We are happy to work together to use a more secure medium, such as Signal. Email email@example.com and we will coordinate a communication channel that we're both comfortable with.
A great place to begin your research is by working on our testnet. Please see our documentation to get started. We ask that you please respect testnet machines and their owners. If you find a vulnerability that you suspect has given you access to a machine against the owner's permission, stop what you're doing and immediately email firstname.lastname@example.org.