Vulnerability Disclosure Program

A Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP), also known as a bug bounty program, is a cybersecurity initiative where organizations invite security researchers and ethical hackers to identify and report vulnerabilities in their systems and applications. The purpose of a VDP is to identify potential security flaws before malicious actors can exploit them, thereby reducing the risk of a cyber attack. In exchange for reporting vulnerabilities, organizations may offer rewards or recognition to the researchers who disclose them.

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