Contribute to SecureDrop
SecureDrop is a free and open-source project and is built on contributions from the community.
Join the community
Contribute code and documentation
We love open source contributions.
View our source code and documentation on GitHub. Issues tagged "good first issue" are appropriate for first-time contributors, and issues labeled "help wanted" are issues of varying difficulty that we would definitely like to see a Pull Request for. These labels are just there to guide you; feel free to comment on any issues that interest you.
We also love bug reports, which you can file by opening a new issue on GitHub.
If you're a developer, check out our Getting Started guide for developers.
If you're interested in writing documentation, check out our Documentation Guidelines.
Report Security Issues
SecureDrop is the gold standard for secure source communication.
Bug Bounty Program
If you want to report a security issue, please use our bug bounty hosted by Bugcrowd. Researchers can get up to a $2,500 reward for finding security vulnerabilities in SecureDrop.