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fakessh | Security Researcher Profile

Security researcher fakessh has already helped fix 1839 vulnerabilities.

Researcher reputation:  830

Real name:
lacroute serge

About me:
Computer expert research #celibataire beaufrere #josh previous #crimee now #nenuphar nasa mes publications sont anonymes
aka sergi julien

Contact email:
by email
[email protected]

Alternative Contacts:
lacroute serge
4 bis avenue general de gaulle
64000 pau

Certifications & Diplomas:

Experience in Application Security
over 5 years

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Recommendations and Acknowledgements

@coliseum555     23 January, 2020
    Twitter coliseum555 Andrei from Geo-home:
Dear fakessh, thank you for responsible disclosure of a XSS vulnerability on a site.

Best regards,
@sbcsirt     19 November, 2019
    Twitter sbcsirt SoftBank CSIRT from SoftBank Corp.:
Dear fakessh,

Thank you for discovering the vulnerability of our website.
We were able to immediately fix this vulnerability thanks to your report.
We appreciate your kindness.

Best regards,
SoftBank CSIRT
@Tin77594360     21 October, 2019
    Twitter Tin77594360 Tin from American Water:
On behalf of our company, thank you for the accurate and quick response in disclosing our vulnerability. This was done in a professional and responsible manner through the bug bounty program, giving us time to remediate.
@tomcorder     21 October, 2019
    Twitter tomcorder Tom Corder from Emmanuel College:
Thank you fakessh for not only finding and reporting a bug on our college website but then being very helpful in helping me to reproduce the issue and then verifying it as being solved. I am very grateful.
@CsirtOu     7 October, 2019
    Twitter CsirtOu Matej Zuzcak from CSIRT OU - University of Ostrava:
Thank you for responsible disclosure of a XSS vulnerability on our web site. Thanks also for fast and friendly communication.

Matej Zuzcak
Head of CSIRT OU
University of Ostrava
@ziduniwien     2 October, 2019
    Twitter ziduniwien Zentraler Informatikdienst from University of Vienna:
Dear fakessh,
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.
@UUCSIRT     20 September, 2019
    Twitter UUCSIRT Security and safety dept from Uppsala university:
Thank you for your vulnerability report!
/Hans Liss, Uppsala university
@CertUC3M     13 September, 2019
    Twitter CertUC3M CSIRT at UC3M from Universidad Carlos III of Madrid:
We would like to thank Fakessh for your carefull and professionally conducted vulnerability report.

Wishing you the best

Rafael Calzada
Security Manager
Universidad Carlos III of Madrid
[email protected]
@LancasterUniSOC     10 September, 2019
    Twitter LancasterUniSOC John Couzins from Lancaster University:
Dear fakessh,
Thank you very much for your responsible and professionally conducted vulnerability report.
@_isgi_     6 September, 2019
    Twitter _isgi_ ISGI from ISGI:
Dear Fakessh,

The International Service of Geomagnetic Indices would like to thank you for your nice and valuable contribution in finding website security issue. Your message helps us to raise the security level of our international scientific service.

Best regards from Strasbourg, France,

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Number of Secured Websites

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30+ Reports
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30+ Reports
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Commitment to Remediate and Patch

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

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Research Statistics

Total reports:5148
Total reports on VIP sites:283
Total patched vulnerabilities:1839
Recommendations received:60
Active since:14.02.2017

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Reported Vulnerabilities

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27.05.2019  bing openredirect

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20.05.2019  Hitachi Incident Response Team (HIRT)

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@TiagoGuedesEGo1     20 June, 2022
    Twitter TiagoGuedesEGo1:
shashank_bhure made us aware of several security vulnerabilities that represented security flaws of several degrees and needed to be rectified.

It was a pleasure working with you and I hope we can work again in the future, Thank you!
@TiagoGuedesEGo1     15 June, 2022
    Twitter TiagoGuedesEGo1:
Hardik_850 made us aware of several security vulnerabilities that represented security flaws of several degrees and needed to be rectified.

It was a pleasure working with you and I hope we can work again in the future, Thank you!
@DeBuecher     3 June, 2022
    Twitter DeBuecher:
Peter was of good help
@salmankhan2016     26 May, 2022
    Twitter salmankhan2016:
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@securityhelper5     26 May, 2022
    Twitter securityhelper5:
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