A security vulnerability is (for example) when a user of Kamailio can cause Kamailio to crash or lock up by sending messages to the server process.
If you believe there's a security vulnerability, please don't use the public forums. Send an e-mail to the security team and the issue will be handled properly.
Kamailio will publish security vulnerabilities, including an CVE ID, on the kamailio-business mailing list, sr-dev, sr-users as well as related lists. The advisories will also be published on the kamailio.org web site. This will be done for vulnerabilities that have a higher severity, that means having a big enough impact as decided from the Kamailio Security Team.
CVE entries should be created for critical vulnerabilities in the core and major modules, for rarely used modules this is not necessary. If there are several security issues together in one release, they should be announced together.
The Kamailio project release security fixed in the normal time based maintenance schedule, no immediate security releases are done. If possible a non-code workaround should be provided for the found security vulnerability.
A Kamailio Security team is appointed with core developers of the project. These individuals will be part of the security process and review patches and text for the vulnerability report. Persons of this group take the role of Kamailio Security Officers. One of these should manage each security incident - which does not mean solving the code issue, but managing the process from report to publication and patch release.
The address used for reporting security reports to the Kamailio project should have a PGP key associated, used by the security officers.