Contact "the vendor".
Contact details will change from vendor to vendor. Check the documentation
and website for whatever the service is; hopefully they will have a mailing
list or contact address for the development team.
> An email to BUGTRAQ wouldn't go amiss either, but only when you're
> absolutely sure it's a secrity hole.
Mailing BUGTRAQ before you've informed the developer and given them some
time to prepare a fix is frowned upon. Mailing BUGTRAQ after they've failed
to respond is positively encouraged.
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