Ensuring the security and integrity of the Twilio platform is critical to the service we provide our customers. We are committed to providing a secure product and appreciate help from the community in responsibly identifying ways for us improve Twilio. Last week we added a new page to twilio.com describing how to report security vulnerabilities.
If you believe you’ve found a security vulnerability, please send an email to email@example.com with information about the potential flaw, how one might exploit it, and any other information to help us understand the nature and scope of the issue.
We’re fortunate at Twilio to have a great community of developers that build awesome apps on our platform. Sometimes members of our community go above and beyond by helping us find issues with the security of Twilio’s platform. We would like to thank the following people for their help in making Twilio more secure:
- Chris Varenhorst [@varenc]
- Jon Oberheide [@jonoberheide]
- Tim Fletcher [@timcraft]
- Matt Sommer
- Patrick McKenzie [@patio11]
For an always up-to-date list of contributors, please see our page on reporting security vulnerabilities.