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Subject svn commit: r1489198 - in /cloudstack/site/trunk: content/security.mdtext templates/skeleton.html
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2013 22:04:37 GMT
Author: jlk
Date: Mon Jun  3 22:04:37 2013
New Revision: 1489198

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1489198
Log:
Adding Security page to website

Added:
    cloudstack/site/trunk/content/security.mdtext
Modified:
    cloudstack/site/trunk/templates/skeleton.html

Added: cloudstack/site/trunk/content/security.mdtext
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/cloudstack/site/trunk/content/security.mdtext?rev=1489198&view=auto
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--- cloudstack/site/trunk/content/security.mdtext (added)
+++ cloudstack/site/trunk/content/security.mdtext Mon Jun  3 22:04:37 2013
@@ -0,0 +1,51 @@
+Title: Apache CloudStack: Security
+
+## Apache CloudStack Security
+
+The Apache CloudStack project understands that as a core infrastructure project, the application
security of Apache CloudStack is of critical importance.
+
+### Apache CloudStack Security Team
+
+The PMC has decided to create a "Security Team" for CloudStack.  The Security Team's charter
is to manage the response to vulnerabilities reported with Apache CloudStack.  This includes
communication with the report, issue verification, issue correction, public communication
creation, and vendor coordination.  The Security Team may ask assistance from other community
members to help verify or correct a reported issue.
+
+Members of the PMC are eligible to join the security team, but lurking is discouraged.
+
+Community members engaged by the Security Team are expected to hold the issue in confidence
until public announcement of the vulnerability.  This protects the users of the software and
gives reasonable time for the response process to be implemented.  Further information can
be found on the ASF's [How it Works](http://www.apache.org/foundation/how-it-works.html) page.
+
+### Reporting Potential Vulnerabilities in Apache CloudStack
+
+If you've found an issue that you believe is a security vulnerability in a released version
of CloudStack, please report it to [security@cloudstack.apache.org](mailto:security@cloudstack.apache.org)
with details about the vulnerability, how it might be exploited, and any additional information
that might be useful.
+
+Upon notification, the ACS security team will initiate the security response procedure. If
the issue is validated, the team generally takes 2-4 weeks from notification to public announcement
of the vulnerability. During this time, the team will communicate with you as they proceed
through the response procedure, and ask that the issue not be announced before an agreed-upon
date.
+
+The security team asks that you **please do not create publicly-viewable JIRA tickets related
to the issue**. If validated, a JIRA ticket with the security flag set will be created for
tracking the issue in a non-public manner.
+
+### Procedure for Responding to Potential Security Issues
+
+* Upon receiving notice of a potential security issue, a security team member will create
a bug to track the investigation, this bug must be flagged as a security issue. Security flag
should mean contents of ticket are not visible to non-security team members
+* Security team investigates the issue to confirm/deny the presence of a vulnerability within
CloudStack
+* If the issue is determined not to be a vulnerability the reporter will be notified and
the issue will be closed as invalid.
+* If issue is confirmed as a CloudStack vulnerability:
+** Security team notifies the Apache Security team
+** Security team assigns a risk rating to the vulnerability using the Common Vulnerability
Scoring System
+** Security team works with reporter to get a chance to investigate and mitigate the issue
in a timely manner before public announcement. This should be between 15-30 days, depending
on the severity and complexity of the issue
+** Security team works with Apache Security Team to reserve a CVE Identifier for future public
release
+** Security team works with appropriate code maintainer(s) to create patch to mitigate the
issue
+** Testing is conducted to verify patch mitigates issue and does not cause regression errors
+** Security team creates a vulnerability announcement
+** Patch is committed to trunk and other supported branches that are affected.  The commit
should not refer to a particular vulnerability.
+** A new CloudStack release or hotfix is prepared and tested, containing the new security
patch.
+** Distributor coordination is implemented to enable a coordinated announcement.
+** Security team posts vulnerability announcement to...
+*** CloudStack dev list
+*** CloudStack users list
+*** CloudStack Security alerts web page
+*** The Bugtraq mailing list
+** After announcement, CHANGES and NEWS files need to be updated to reflect the vulnerability
and fix. This must happen AFTER the announcement.
+** Also after announcement, modify the Jira ticket so that the issue is now publicly viewable.
+* After the vulnerability is addressed, the CloudStack community should review development
processes to see how the community can minimize the chance of similar vulnerabilities being
introduced in the future.
+
+### For further information
+
+Further information about Apache CloudStack's security practices can be found in the [CloudStack
Security wiki page](https://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/CLOUDSTACK/CloudStack+Security).
+

Modified: cloudstack/site/trunk/templates/skeleton.html
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/cloudstack/site/trunk/templates/skeleton.html?rev=1489198&r1=1489197&r2=1489198&view=diff
==============================================================================
--- cloudstack/site/trunk/templates/skeleton.html (original)
+++ cloudstack/site/trunk/templates/skeleton.html Mon Jun  3 22:04:37 2013
@@ -69,6 +69,9 @@
                     <li><a href="http://cloudstack.apache.org/trademark-guidelines.html">
                         <i class="icon-chevron-right"></i>
                         Trademark Guidelines</a></li>
+                    <li><a href="http://cloudstack.apache.org/security.html">
+                        <i class="icon-chevron-right"></i>
+                        Security</a></li>
                 <hr>
                 <li><h5>Community</h5></li>
                 <li><a href="http://cloudstack.apache.org/contribute.html">



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