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Dipu1ATop-50 VIP Open Redirect Reporter Top Security Researcher of the Month | Security Researcher Profile

Security researcher Dipu1A has already helped fix 1197 vulnerabilities.

Researcher reputation:  360

Real name:
Md. Nur A Alam Dipu

About me:
Security Researcher.

How to contact me:
[email protected]

Alternative Contacts:
[email protected]

Certifications & Diplomas:

Experience in Application Security
3-5 years

Award / Bug Bounty I prefer:
btc,paypal,bank, payoneer

Paypal :

Halls of Fame:
Yahoo,Dell,oracle,intel,eset,sony etc

Recommendations and Acknowledgements | Full List:

@bunnstuff     15 October, 2020
    Twitter bunnstuff Victoria Clare from Tropic Breeze:
Many thanks for the information that allowed us to fix two issues with our website, Nur
@VijayA11443463     12 October, 2020
    Twitter VijayA11443463 ITSecurity from Empinfo:
Thanks to Dipu1A for identifying and promptly providing us the details of an issue on our website and making it much safer.
@peterblask     21 July, 2020
    Twitter peterblask Peter from Kickit:
Excellent work finding and reporting bugs. Clear, concise, polite. Thanks a bunch!
@ITStaff8     24 June, 2020
    Twitter ITStaff8 Tech Staff from OHS:
Dipu1A found some issues with our website, and responded very quickly with the necessary information to fix them. Very helpful. Thank you!
@adrivo6     12 June, 2020
    Twitter adrivo6 Mike from adrivo:
good and fast communication, thanks for your help and support
@PaulfKen     1 May, 2020
    Twitter PaulfKen IT Team from University College Dublin:
Thanks Dipu1A, the concise details of the vulnerability will help us to revolve the risk. Keep up the good work and thanks for helping to keep the internet and online information safe.
@darcyf1     29 April, 2020
    Twitter darcyf1 Darcy from DarcyF1:
Concise and comprehensive explanation of issue, steps to resolve and provided confirmation of patch. Much appreciated pro-active contributor to web security from our little community.
@conbinijapan     20 April, 2020
    Twitter conbinijapan Tanaka from Conbini:
Thank you for identify a XSS bug and providing examples of the issue.

Quick and accurate communication.
@dcoz99     25 March, 2020
    Twitter dcoz99 David from HP Computer Museum:
Very helpful in identifying and assisting in the resolution of XSS and SQL injection issues.
@Paul58787858     6 March, 2020
    Twitter Paul58787858 Paul from TradeDuck:
Thank you for the help and guidance on vulnerabilities. We walked through a batch of codes and performed update related to the XSS.

Once again thank you for the invaluable experience and assistance on this.
@gaborvitez     16 February, 2020
    Twitter gaborvitez Gabor Vitez :
Dipu1A found a few vulnerabilities on our website and provided all the details needed to fix them. Thank you!
@ITChristopherIL     3 February, 2020
    Twitter ITChristopherIL Christopher from Illinois:
Thank you Dipu1A for helping identify a XSS bug and providing clear examples of the issue. That helped us resolve the issue and improve the safety of our website.
@Gratilog     17 July, 2019
    Twitter Gratilog Pierrard from
Thanks for your work and your explainations.
@ultravibe     15 July, 2019
    Twitter ultravibe Andrew Mazzocchi from WTOP:
I run a team that is very security conscious, but even so things sometimes slip by. Dipu’s attention helped us identify and fix a vulnerability we should have caught. His attention to things like this is most valuable and appreciated.
@ziduniwien     30 April, 2019
    Twitter ziduniwien Computer Center from University of Vienna:
Dear Dipu1A,
The University of Vienna would like to thank you for your valuable contribution in finding multiple website security issues.
Your input is highly welcome and helps to raise the security level of our educational institution.
Servus and greetings from Vienna, Austria.
@mlerley     25 April, 2019
    Twitter mlerley Mike Lerley from SMTnet:
Thanks for finding these vulnerabilities!
@PHPDev8     20 February, 2019
    Twitter PHPDev8 Developer from TPCS:
Quick and accurate communication. Wonderful to work with.
@JimM97459222     17 February, 2019
    Twitter JimM97459222 Jim M from GH:
Thanks Dipu1A... I had no idea how easy it was to have a XSS vulnerability. Much thanks for pointing it out.
@m0nd     5 February, 2019
    Twitter m0nd Raymond from University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus:
I\'d like to offer much thanks to Dipu1A for helping to identify an xss bug in the university\'s website. He provided info to me about the vulnerability as well as how to prevent it in the future.
@JamilaHanan     27 December, 2018
    Twitter JamilaHanan Jamila Hanan from MedWorm:
Contacted me regarding a couple of weaknesses on MedWorm that he found, that I fixed and he then tested. Much appreciated!
@HNiederhuber     20 December, 2018
    Twitter HNiederhuber Harald Niederhuber from Austrian Parliament IT Department:
We got a self initiated message from Dipu1A on the contact form of our website. Asking for details we were provided very quick advice indicating the vulnerability and what to do. That helped us very efficiently to fix the issue. Thanks a lot for all!
@simtkportal     21 November, 2018
    Twitter simtkportal Joy from SimTK:
Thanks Dipu1A for helping us improve the security of our website.
@evergreen_uk     9 November, 2018
    Twitter evergreen_uk Andrew from Evergreen:
Thanks Dipu1A for providing information on preventing attacks to one of our customer websites.
@veraneumeyer_oe     23 May, 2018
    Twitter veraneumeyer_oe Vera from Open-E:
We'd like to thank Dipu1A for helping us to improve our page safety against phishing attacks.

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Research Statistics

Total reports:8979
Total reports on VIP sites:215
Total patched vulnerabilities:1197
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):2360
Recommendations received:24
Active since:24.03.2018
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@benskiddle     30 October, 2020
    Twitter benskiddle:
Great disclosure of an SQL injection bug with good details to replicate the issue. Thank you.
@MizoueShumpei     29 October, 2020
    Twitter MizoueShumpei:
Thank you very much for your help.
@adridder     28 October, 2020
    Twitter adridder:
Thank you for your help with this XSS vulnerability on our site. We appreciate the responsible reporting via openbugbounty.
@gaborvitez     28 October, 2020
    Twitter gaborvitez:
Ajaysen R found a reflected cross site scripting bug in one of our cgi scripts, this way he helped us improve the security of our website. He was really fast to react, working with him was really a pleasure. We are grateful for the issues he made us aware of.
@Jobe1986     28 October, 2020
    Twitter Jobe1986:
Thank you for your efforts and reporting the XSS vulnerability you found on my website.