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RootByte | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher RootByte has already helped fix 871 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  0

Real name:
Jonathan Paz

About me:
Ethical CyberSecurity Researcher, Defcon DC664 Admin, WebTrafficker, COD Player

How to contact me:
[email protected]

Alternative Contacts:
https://rootbyte.com/

Certifications & Diplomas:
Intel, ESET, Google, Ec-Council, DragonJar, etc

Experience in Application Security
over 5 years

Award / Bug Bounty I prefer:
You can donate to my PayPal account 25dlls, 50dlls, 100dlls, 500dlls, or whatever you can :)

My PayPal account: https://www.paypal.me/rootbyte
Or
My PayPal Mail account: [email protected]

Halls of Fame:
Dell, DragonJar, etc

Follow me on:
Twitter

Recommendations and Acknowledgements

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Awards and Achievements


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:1510
Total reports on VIP sites:446
Total patched vulnerabilities:871
Active since:20.02.2015
Top VIP Security Researcher Awards: Top VIP Security Researcher of the Week Top VIP Security Researcher of the Week Top VIP Security Researcher of the Week

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Reported Vulnerabilities

All Submissions VIP Submissions

Domain Reported Status Type
28.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
27.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
27.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
27.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
26.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
25.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
25.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
24.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
unpatched
Cross Site Scripting
23.02.2018
patched
Cross Site Scripting

  Latest Patched

 26.03.2019 militarytimes.com
 26.03.2019 alicili.ws
 26.03.2019 fau.edu
 26.03.2019 casadellibro.com
 25.03.2019 ocn.ne.jp
 25.03.2019 le-dictionnaire.com
 25.03.2019 hokej.webnoviny.sk
 25.03.2019 loc.gov
 25.03.2019 virginia.edu

  Latest Blog Posts

22.03.2019 by HackerGautam
TLS 1.3 Genesis, Mechanism and Working
19.03.2019 by Open Bug Bounty
GDPR PII exposure can now be securely reported via Open Bug Bounty
24.02.2019 by ismailtsdln
Apple XSS Vulnerability - Proof of Concept (PoC)
24.02.2019 by ismailtsdln
How do you use an xss as a keylogger ?
23.02.2019 by ismailtsdln
Everything about XSS is in this source!

  Recent Recommendations

    26 March, 2019
     zuburlis:
Thanks for fing the vulnerability. Bug will be fixed at next update.
    25 March, 2019
     jleproust:
Brian has responsibly reported a misconfiguration on one of my servers that could have led to sensitive information disclosure. He clearly and quickly explained the issue and its potential implications, and made it clear he did not expect anything for this.

Brian is a true internet hero, we need more people like Geeknik. Thanks a lot for making the internet safer.
    25 March, 2019
     RESTPOSTENde:
Dear Armin, thank you very much for reporting a vulnerability to us in such a respectful, professional way! Your extensive documentation helped us tremendously to solve the issue in almost no time.

It's guys like you that make the internet a better and safer place! Thanks alot!
    25 March, 2019
     diogenesverlag:
Thank you very much for reporting, you helped us a lot - fixed.
    24 March, 2019
     granthughes17:
Thank you for reporting this vulnerability to us responsibly and for your professional conduct. Your assistance and professionalism is much appreciated.