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PoojaJa48845736Top-50 VIP Open Redirect Reporter Top Security Researcher of the Month | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher PoojaJa48845736 has already helped fix 1427 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  210

Real name:
Pooja Jaiswal

About me:
I Am a Whitehat Security Researcher, Bug Bounty Hunter.
I encourage you to contact me As soon as possible so we can work together to quickly protect your users! All communication will be kept private.

Note:-If You Fixed Your Website Vulnerability, Please Don't Forget To Give Me Recommendations and Acknowledgements In My Open Bug Bounty Profile. link below.

Certified Penetration Testing Engineer
mile2 cyber Security
Lic no. 10119-160-655-9757

Contact email:
[email protected]

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Email address : [email protected]
LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/pooja-jaiswal-5479

Certifications & Diplomas:
Certified Penetration Testing Engineer
mile2 cyber Security
Lic no. 10119-160-655-9757

Experience in Application Security
1-3 years

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Recommendations and Acknowledgements

@pubpharm     5 April, 2024
    Twitter pubpharm PubPharm from pubpharm.de:
Pooja found a XSS vulnerability on our website and provided us with the needed Information for replication and fixing the issue. Which she verified afterwards.
We thank her for the reporting and assistance.
@ztwo79     20 March, 2024
    Twitter ztwo79 Wei Ming from Playsport.Inc:
We would like to thank Pooja for responsibly disclosing a Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) vulnerability in our website. Her prompt reporting and assistance in developing a fix were instrumental in ensuring the security of our users.
@fsousa     12 March, 2024
    Twitter fsousa Filipe Sousa from Universidade de Évora:
Pooja found an XSS vulnerability in one of our websites and ethically reported it to us, providing all the information required for us to fix the site.
All the communication was so fast, almost real time!
We thank you very much for the time and knowledge shared with us!
@Thierig     27 February, 2024
    Twitter Thierig Rob Thierig from CycloWorld:
Pooja found a bug on our website that would have allowed an XSS attack. After contacting Pooja we promptly received a clear and detailed description making it easy for us to fix the issue within minutes and we also took the opportunity to revise our security concept.




We appreciate Pooja’s professional conduct. Clear replication steps and prompt responses meant we were able to patch quickly.
@sourceweb     22 January, 2024
    Twitter sourceweb Sysadmin from SourceWeb Group:
Pooja found a bug on our website that would have allowed an XSS attack. We are happy that we could fix it in minutes and we also took the opportunity to fundamentally revise our security concept.
@edsalkeld     12 July, 2023
    Twitter edsalkeld Ed Salkeld from NewsNow:
We appreciate Pooja’s professional conduct. Clear replication steps and prompt responses meant we were able to patch quickly.
@abdelmouhsine1     25 October, 2021
    Twitter abdelmouhsine1 Abdelmouhsine Bouaouda from CIHBANK:
Pooja found and reported a XSS vulnerability on our website. After contacting Pooja we promptly received a clear and detailed description making it easy for us to fix the issue within minutes. Thanks!
@DeanHalter     4 October, 2021
    Twitter DeanHalter Dean Halter from University of Dayton:
Pooja discovered an XSS vulnerability on one of our websites and shared it with us responsibly. Thank you.
@C_Tassier     2 September, 2021
    Twitter C_Tassier Caroline Tassier from Provincie Antwerpen:
Pooja reported an XSS vulnerability on our website. After contacting Pooja we received a detailed description making it easy for us to fix the issue. Thank you very much!
@millimetern     30 August, 2021
    Twitter millimetern Camilla Jonsson from Bildelsbasen Nordic AB:
Pooja found and reported a vulnerability and provided us all the information we needed to correct it. Thank you for letting us know and for your support!

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Research Statistics



Total reports:6869
Total reports on VIP sites:888
Total patched vulnerabilities:1427
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):1215
Recommendations received:12
Active since:23.02.2021
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  Recent Recommendations

    10 April, 2024
    Mars:
Hatim uncovered a XSS bug that we were able to quickly resolve. Thanks very much for your assistance and help.
    8 April, 2024
    Panthermedia:
Thanks to the support of Hatim Chabik, we were able to identify and solve an XSS bug.
    5 April, 2024
    pubpharm:
Pooja found a XSS vulnerability on our website and provided us with the needed Information for replication and fixing the issue. Which she verified afterwards.
We thank her for the reporting and assistance.
    2 April, 2024
    genoverband:
Thank you for your invaluable help in ensuring the security of our domain and its visitors!
    20 March, 2024
    TechVitaverdura:
Great exchanges with this person, thank you for your help and your report