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Luke | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher Luke has already helped fix 64 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  20

Real name:
Luke

About me:
University Student & Security Researcher

All bugs found are held for 12 weeks before being disclosed. This is to protect the end company and myself.

Contact email:
email: [email protected]

Alternative Contacts:
Contacting me via email is the best way to get a fast response, however you can DM me on twitter.

Certifications & Diplomas:
MSc Cyber Security
BSc Computer Forensics and Security

Experience in Application Security
1-3 years

Award / Bug Bounty I prefer:
A recommendation on my profile is perfect, however if you're feeling extra generous you could send me a cool t-shirt or maybe some cash via PayPal or BTC to help me finance my University fees.

Halls of Fame:
Tesla Motors
Ubiquiti Networks
NCSC NL
Rockstar games
Uber
Dell
Slack

Follow me on:
Twitter

Ethics and Rules:
Luke is required to abide by the ethics and rules of the Open Bug Bounty project. If you reasonably believe that rules are not respected, please report this to us.

Recommendations and Acknowledgements

@LilitheLotor     14 May, 2017
    Twitter LilitheLotor Lilithe Lotor from Personal Website:
Lucas found an XSS in a script I made a long time ago. Really appreciate it as those old pieces of code can be targets!

I coded it over a lunch hour in 2010 but I should have known better. Never trust user inputs! I fixed up the code myself and I appreciate Luke's help.
@ole_morten     4 April, 2017
    Twitter ole_morten Ole Amundsen from Paladin Software:
Luke found some XSS vulnerabilities and reported them. We reached out and he is a polite and respectful, clearly describing the problem. And we fixed it. We are not happy about any security holes, but when they are there I am very happy that great people with integrity finds it and not those that want to cause sufferings. Thanks Luke!

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Honor Badges


Number of Secured Websites

10+ Secured Websites Badge
50+ Secured Websites Badge
500+ Secured Websites Badge
Web Security Veteran Badge
10+ Websites
50+ Websites
500+ Websites
WEB SECURITY VETERAN
1000+ Websites

Advanced Security Research

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

Outstanding Achievements

Secured OBB Badge
OBB Advocate Badge
Improved OBB Badge
Secured OBB
OBB Advocate
Improved OBB

Commitment to Remediate and Patch

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

Recommendations and Recognition

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

Distinguished Blog Author

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1 Post
3 Posts
5+ Posts

Research Statistics



Total reports:136
Total reports on VIP sites:14
Total patched vulnerabilities:64
Recommendations received:2
Active since:01.03.2017

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  Recent Recommendations

@S1awek1     27 September, 2022
    Twitter S1awek1:
Krystian found a bug on my e-store website. Thanks Krystian :)
@anonpatcher     16 September, 2022
    Twitter anonpatcher:
Thank you to Dipu1A for making us aware of an XSS vulnerability on our site. We promptly patched it following their guidance!
@ClementBourgoin     16 September, 2022
    Twitter ClementBourgoin:
Thanks to Sébastien that helped me found a XSS vulnerability on a e-commerce website.
@Dave_J_Moran     9 September, 2022
    Twitter Dave_J_Moran:
Highly recommended and a huge thanks for assisting with the disclosure of an XSS Vulnerability, thanks for getting in touch!
@AsictIct     8 September, 2022
    Twitter AsictIct:
Dear O0TMT00,

the SOC of Politecnico di Milano would like to thank you for disclosing us the vulnerability on our infrastructure.