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Security: Responsible disclosure program

Security: Responsible disclosure program

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This data set contains websites that have a Responsible Disclosure Program. A Responsible Disclosure Program is a formalized process established by organizations to manage and address security vulnerabilities discovered in their products or services. It encourages security researchers, ethical hackers, and other individuals to report potential security flaws in a safe and controlled manner, often offering incentives such as financial rewards or public recognition. Companies implement Responsible Disclosure Programs to proactively address security risks, protect their customers, and strengthen their systems. By engaging the security community, organizations can identify and fix vulnerabilities before they are exploited by malicious actors, reducing potential damages and enhancing trust in their products and services. These programs also foster a collaborative relationship between organizations and researchers, promoting a culture of continuous improvement in cybersecurity practices.

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