The U.S. Department of Defense’s Cyber Crime Center (DC3) received more than 2,800 validated vulnerability reports from a variety of sources, according to its 2019 Vulnerability Disclosure Program (VDP).

In 2019 the VDP processed 4,013 vulnerability reports establishing that 2,816 were in fact previously unknown vulnerabilities, according to the VDP's annual report. The VDN was created to help improve the defensive posture of the DoD’s information network and is comprised of a network of 1,400 white hat hackers and bug bounty hunters.

Overall, the program has gone through in excess of 12,000 reports.

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