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Rashed_Naamani Top VIP Security Researcher of the Month | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher Rashed_Naamani has already helped fix 2444 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  560

Real name:
Rashed Al Naamani

About me:
Linux Addict ....Dont Learn to Hack...Hack to Learn

Contact email:
[email protected]

Experience in Application Security
1-3 years

Award / Bug Bounty I prefer:
1-A recommendation on my profile

2-Bug Bounty (PayPal)

3-Swag (T-Shirt/electronics)

Please Pray for My Father and Mother. I am what I am today, because they did a fantastic job in raising me

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https://apps.nd.gov
https://www.serplab.co.uk
https://ipe.rutgers.edu
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Recommendations and Acknowledgements

@ziduniwien     11 September, 2018
    Twitter ziduniwien Computer Center from University of Vienna:
Dear Rashed,

The University of Vienna would like to thank you for your valuable contribution in finding a website security issue. Your input is highly welcome and helps to raise the security level of our educational institution.

Servus and greetings from Vienna, Austria.
@jas0n360     5 September, 2018
    Twitter jas0n360 Jason from Coventry City Council:
Thank you to Rashed for being helpful in finding, reporting the issue and confirming the fix.
@Calico_UK     29 August, 2018
    Twitter Calico_UK Kirsty from Calico UK:
Thank you Rashed for your recent bug notification. We've now had our web developer fix that. Great service!
@WilliamTRoot     19 July, 2018
    Twitter WilliamTRoot Bill Root from Web School of Science:
Rashed reported a problem with our web site, provided details and duplication instructions on my request, and confirmed it was fixed. Thank you Rashed!
@velhoon     3 July, 2018
    Twitter velhoon Michael Ward from University of Tennessee at Chattanooga:
Mr. Naamani alerted us to an XSS bug. He worked with us to get it fixed.
@olenjohnsen     30 May, 2018
    Twitter olenjohnsen Olen Johnsen from Phantom Ranch:
Rashed notified us out of the blue of a issue. We immediately recognized he is correct and we fixed the problem. He tested it for us, and verified. So all is good. Thank you Rashed.
@hostbaby     10 May, 2018
    Twitter hostbaby Ryan from HostBaby:
Thanks Rashed for alerting us about our XSS issue and also confirming the fix. Much appreciated, keep up the good work :)
@fusedreality     2 May, 2018
    Twitter fusedreality Craig from mtc:
Rashed quickly imformed us of XSS exploits and provided clear and detailed info on what was affected. Thank you so much for your hard work!
@rzcarpenter     1 May, 2018
    Twitter rzcarpenter Bob from ICF:
Thank you Rashed for alerting us to these XSS issues. We were able to fix them with your help. This is a fantastic service! Thank you again.
@ColinSchloth     1 May, 2018
    Twitter ColinSchloth Colin Schloth from NBA:
Thank you Rashed for spotting a XSS on one of our companies pages. Great work! Hope you continue to find success in your future projects.

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10+ Websites
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1000+ Websites

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30+ Reports
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30+ Reports
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Patch Master
55% Patched
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65% Patched
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75% Patched

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Research Statistics



Total reports:6244
Total reports on VIP sites:84
Total patched vulnerabilities:2444
Recommendations received:51
Active since:08.07.2016
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    Twitter TiagoGuedesEGo1:
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