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Dipu1A | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher Dipu1A has already helped fix 694 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  180

Real name:
Md. Nur A Alam Dipu

About me:
Bug hunter and sql injector.

https://hackerone.com/dipuhasan
https://bugcrowd.com/nuraalamdipu

How to contact me:
[email protected]
https://twitter.com/Dipu1A

Alternative Contacts:
[email protected]

Experience in Application Security
1-3 years

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

Paypal : [email protected]

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

Recommendations and Acknowledgements

    17 July, 2019
     Gratilog Pierrard from Gratilog.net:
Thanks for your work and your explainations.
    15 July, 2019
     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.
    30 April, 2019
     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.
    25 April, 2019
     mlerley Mike Lerley from SMTnet:
Thanks for finding these vulnerabilities!
    20 February, 2019
     PHPDev8 Developer from TPCS:
Quick and accurate communication. Wonderful to work with.
    17 February, 2019
     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.
    5 February, 2019
     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.
    27 December, 2018
     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!
    20 December, 2018
     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!
    21 November, 2018
     simtkportal Joy from SimTK:
Thanks Dipu1A for helping us improve the security of our website.

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Honor Badges


Number of Secured Websites

10+ Websites
50+ Websites
500+ Websites
WEB SECURITY VETERAN
1000+ Websites

Advanced Security Research

WAF Bypasser
CSRF Master
30+ Reports
AppSec Logic Master
30+ Reports
Fastest Fix
Fix in 24 hours

Outstanding Achievements

Secured OBB
OBB Advocate
Improved OBB

Commitment to Remediate and Patch

Patch Master
55% Patched
Patch Guru
65% Patched
Patch Lord
75% Patched

Recommendations and Recognition

REPUTABLE
10+ Recommends
FAMOUS
25+ Recommends
GLOBALLY TRUSTED
50+ Recommends

Distinguished Blog Author

1 Post
3 Posts
5+ Posts

Research Statistics



Total reports:3985
Total reports on VIP sites:81
Total patched vulnerabilities:694
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):532
Recommendations received:12
Active since:24.03.2018

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Reported Vulnerabilities

All Submissions VIP SubmissionsFeatured Submissions

Domain Reported Status Type
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
29.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.05.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting

  Latest Patched

 22.10.2019 biggo.com.tw
 22.10.2019 you2repeat.com
 21.10.2019 bfmtv.com
 21.10.2019 carbon38.com
 21.10.2019 register.it
 21.10.2019 business-standard.com
 21.10.2019 anidb.net
 20.10.2019 k12.com
 20.10.2019 abbreviations.com
 20.10.2019 coldspicy.com

  Latest Blog Posts

17.10.2019 by geeknik
The "S" in IOT is for Security
16.10.2019 by darknetguy
Best XSS Vectors
01.10.2019 by Renzi25031469
#Security 100%
18.09.2019 by Leon
SSRF | Reading Local Files from DownNotifier server
13.09.2019 by drok3r
Collection of information | Google Hacking and Dorks basic

  Recent Recommendations

    22 October, 2019
     retyork1:
Thanks Andre for providing a very professional service. Your report provided all the information that we needed in order to rectify the XSS vulnerability that you have discovered.
    22 October, 2019
     kifayat70677834:
Many thanks to Faizan_mark for letting us know of a vulnerability and some suggested solutions.
    22 October, 2019
     pritamk03158321:
Thank you Faizan_mark for helping us identify an XSS, really appreciated! The description of the vulnerability was clear and allowed us to make a fix quickly.
    22 October, 2019
     Jannyhan3:
Thank you so much for reporting the security issue and bringing this to our attention. We highly appreciate your time and professional skills in helping to make Driver Easy more secure.
We're working on the issue and will update with you when we fix it.
Thanks again for everything.
    21 October, 2019
     Alansharma19:
Thanks very much for the report!
We were sure that everything was proteced, but apparently we missed some special places where the escaping wasn't sufficient.
It is now fixed.