Latest vulnerability disclosure policy (VDP) news
VDPs – or Vulnerability Disclosure Programs – are established by organizations to provide a framework for responsibly reporting security vulnerabilities.
Typically comprising a scope, safe harbor clause, and remediation methods, they give security researchers reassurance that they can report security flaws without fear of legal consequences – and give organizations confidence that bugs will be uncovered and reported without giving attackers an inadvertent head start.
Financial rewards are not paid to researchers, but VDPs are often a precursor to organizations launching bug bounty programs.
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