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servicos.jupia.sc.gov.br Cross Site Scripting Vulnerability
Report ID: OBB-1997589

Security Researcher PhilippeDelteil Helped patch 187 vulnerabilities
Received 3 Coordinated Disclosure badges
, a holder of 3 badges for responsible and coordinated disclosure, found Cross Site Scripting security vulnerability affecting servicos.jupia.sc.gov.br website and its users.

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Affected Website:servicos.jupia.sc.gov.br  
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Vulnerable Application:[hidden until disclosure]
Vulnerability Type:XSS (Cross Site Scripting) / CWE-79
CVSSv3 Score:[hidden until disclosure]
Disclosure Standard:Coordinated Disclosure based on ISO 29147 guidelines
Discovered and Reported by:PhilippeDelteil Helped patch 187 vulnerabilities
Received 3 Coordinated Disclosure badges
Remediation Guide:OWASP XSS Prevention Cheat Sheet

Coordinated Disclosure Timeline

Vulnerability Reported:28 April, 2021 07:10 GMT
Vulnerability Verified:28 April, 2021 07:26 GMT
Website Operator Notified:28 April, 2021 07:26 GMT
a. Using the ISO 29147 guidelines
b. Using publicly available security contacts
c. Using Open Bug Bounty notification framework
d. Using security contacts provided by the researcher
x. Using Twitter notification
Public Report Published [without technical details]:28 April, 2021 07:26 GMT
Scheduled Public Disclosure:  InformationA security researcher can delete the report before public disclosure, afterwards the report cannot be deleted or modified anymore. The researcher can also postpone public disclosure date as long as reasonably required to remediate the vulnerability.27 July, 2021 07:10 GMT

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