Security.txt file is missing


Kayran has detected that a Security.txt file is missing!
Every site must contain this file, we use it to report and define a standard to which will be helpful for security researchers to disclose security vulnerabilities securely.

The file is designed to make it easier for ethical hackers, researchers, and other finders to reach your organization when they need to report a security vulnerability.

Although there’s no actual risk in not having a Security.txt file, we highly recommend it.


We recommend you to implement this file according to the standard, doing so, will only benefit your site.
Here’s an example made by Google :


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