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fakessh | Security Researcher Profile


Security researcher fakessh has already helped fix 1795 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  810

Real name:
lacroute serge

About me:
Computer expert research https://hackerone.com/lacrouteserge/ #celibataire beaufrere #josh previous #crimee now #nenuphar nasa mes publications sont anonymes
aka sergi julien

How to contact me:
by email
[email protected]
pgp public key
https://pastebin.com/raw/mSpBx6Yb

Alternative Contacts:
lacroute serge
4 bis avenue general de gaulle
64000 pau
france
33695635060

Certifications & Diplomas:
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https://hackerone.com/lacrouteserge

Experience in Application Security
over 5 years

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Halls of Fame:
boschs webmini active-campaign ebay xmarks att wiki.scn.sap.com europa.eu simplerisk.com ziprecruteur buzzfeed meetic altervista nokia thumbtack.com pivotal.io dutchdare.nl zooniverse.org

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Recommendations and Acknowledgements | Full List:

    19 November, 2019
     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
    21 October, 2019
     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.
    21 October, 2019
     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.
    7 October, 2019
     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
    2 October, 2019
     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.
    20 September, 2019
     UUCSIRT Security and safety dept from Uppsala university:
Thank you for your vulnerability report!
/Hans Liss, Uppsala university
    13 September, 2019
     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]
    10 September, 2019
     LancasterUniSOC John Couzins from Lancaster University:
Dear fakessh,
Thank you very much for your responsible and professionally conducted vulnerability report.
    6 September, 2019
     _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,
    14 August, 2019
     Untanux Antanas from VDU:
Thank you for responsible disclosure of a XSS vulnerability on a site.

Best regards,
VDU IT team
Lithuania
    3 August, 2019
     NewLineHorizon1 Melisa from NewLineHorizon:
Dear,

Thanks for participating in responsible disclosure program.
The reports you submitted were extremely helpful to our team and provided us the details we needed to resolve the issues that you identified.
We are deeply committed to provide a safe and secure experience to our users and are therefore grateful for your efforts to help us improve our services.

Best Regards!
    26 July, 2019
     rodrigobreness Rodrigo Brenes from National Instruments:
Thank you for responsible disclosure. The report was to the point and actionable.
    26 July, 2019
     rodrigobreness Rodrigo Brenes from National Instruments:
Thank you for responsible disclosure of a vulnerability.
Very accurate and actionable notification.
Regards,
Rodrigo Brenes
Security Operations Lead
    1 July, 2019
     MarioHarjac Mario Harjač from Faculty of Organization and Informatics:
Thank you for responsible disclosure of XSS vulnerability at one of our sites.

Greetings from Varaždin, Croatia
    13 June, 2019
     atluxity Hans-Petter Fjeld from Basefarm:
Dear fakessh,

Thank you for your notification about our exposed XSS. Your notification was brief and to the point, providing us with good information so we could confirm and reproduce the report.

Best regard
Hans-Petter Fjeld
Information Security Engineer

BASEFARM | Nydalen Allé 37a | 0484 Oslo | Norway
Phone: +47 4000 4100 | Mobile: +47 957 28 209
[email protected] | www.basefarm.com

technical excellence - caring for your business
    23 May, 2019
     rc_zrc Computer Center from ZRC SAZU:
Thank you for your vulnerability report!
Computer center @ Scientific Research center of SAZU
Ljubljana, Slovenia
    20 May, 2019
     William97920785 William CHAN from SFO:
Dear Fakessh,

Thank you for your findings. We have enhanced the XSS checking mechanism in the website based on your findings.
    14 May, 2019
     wirismath Marketing & Communications from WIRIS MATH:
Hello, fakessh! We want to thank you for your vulnerabity report. With your information and collaboration, we could fix a security issue in one of our websites. Great job!
    14 May, 2019
     ziduniwien Computer Center 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.
    9 May, 2019
     CSIRTCV Team from CSIRT-CV:
Thank you for disclosing the XSS on a site under our constituency and all the info provided, so we were able to replicate the problem and initiate the fix.
    1 May, 2019
     patricksaladino Patrick Saladino from EPFL:
Dear Serge,

The EPFL would like to thank you for identifying and responsibly disclosing a vulnerability on one of our websites. Your responsiveness was also greatly appreciated.
    27 April, 2019
     bmwghp bmwghp from University of Tokyo:
Thanks for your report of a vulnerability on our site and quick response to our request of additional information. We were able to fix the problem very soon.
    12 April, 2019
     Govcert_AT GovCERT Austria :
Dear fakessh,

GovCERT Austria would like to thank you for responsibly disclosing web vulnerabilities under gv.at. The operators of the site from today's report also would like to thank you for the notification.

Greetings from Vienna, Austria
    2 April, 2019
     mogiwitt Joe from cs.scranton.edu:
Thank you very much for identifying a vulnerability on our website! Our site is a little more secure thanks to you, and that's something my users and I appreciate.
    2 April, 2019
     adricapi Adrià Sánchez from dEIC - UAB:
Thank you for identifying a vulnerability on one of our sites, we were able to solve it really quickly thanks to the information provided by the researcher.
    5 February, 2019
     IT_Wolve IT_Wolve from Pepperl+Fuchs GmbH:
Thanks for identifying a vulnerability on web site, we were able to improve our coding as a result.
    22 October, 2018
     ziduniwien Computer Center 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.
    6 June, 2018
     WebtekB Gian Carlo Cervone from The College at Brockport:
Thanks for your help in identifying a vulnerability on our site and bringing it to our attention!
    18 May, 2018
     HarperAdamsWeb James from Harper Adams University:
Thanks for reporting the issue with one of our pages. Your quick response helped us quickly identify and fix the vulnerability.
    7 May, 2018
     Rico7Suave Rico from SDSU:
Very responsive, found XSS that automated tool failed to find.
    5 May, 2018
     DrehscheibeO Michael Ulbricht from ArGe DREHSCHEIBE e.V.:
Many thanks for a nice and useful example of XSS in our page, fixed very soon!
    19 April, 2018
     janampeeters Jan Peeters from RKDocumenten:
Thanks, Fakessh, for reporting the vulnerability on our website. Thanks to your additional information, we were able to quickly fix the problem.
    3 April, 2018
     ziduniwien Computer Center from University of Vienna:
Dear fakessh,

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.
    22 March, 2018
     woolorama Kristen Fragar from Random Grafix:
Thanks for identifying a vulnerability on one of our sites, we were able to improve our coding practices as a result.
    19 March, 2018
     vidyaishaya Vidya from OpEdNews.Com:
Yessir! That was a real vulnerability. Thanks for spotting it. And now I can look for more like it.
    16 March, 2018
     Jacob_Venable Jacob V. from Purdue University:
The vulnerability you notified our team about also helped identify similar ones across our site. Thank you for bringing this to light and providing a clear proof-of-concept.
    14 February, 2018
     mapc0000 mapc0000 from Infozentrum:
Thank you for notifying us about this vulnerability and for the quick help with details on how to reproduce it. It has been fixed now!
    10 February, 2018
     UKClimbing Paul Phillips from UKClimbing:
Thanks for the alert and fast communications.
    9 February, 2018
     C18AH Alexander from TGA:
Thanks for reporting the XSS vulnerability on our site and the quick response with details of how to reproduce.
    8 February, 2018
     democity Terry from E-Gov Link:
Thanks for your assistance with an issue on our site.
    29 January, 2018
     sbbeachvball Aaron from UCSB:
Thanks for finding and reporting this issue. I had to ask for more specifics about the URL and the researcher responded incredibly quickly. The problem was with somebody elses old php code dating back to the 2000's. They were not sanitizing input at ALL ... YIKES!!! Thanks again! Am looking into having our department provide a small donation.
    7 January, 2018
     xnview Gougelet from XnView:
Thanks for finding the issue on my website.
    25 December, 2017
     TMotobayashi Takaaki from Japan:
Thanks for sharing this issue, all fixed.

It was a file not already in use. I solved it by deleting it.
Thank you very much.
    13 December, 2017
     etlund Eric from CoolWorks:
Thanks for reporting the XSS vulnerability on our site and the quick response with details of how to reproduce.
    10 December, 2017
     senegal24h Laye from n/a:
Thanks for sharing this issue and clear demonstration of the exploit.
    5 December, 2017
     meorhizmin Meor H. from Webway:
Thank you for letting us know about the potential XSS risk on our website. Our IT team is working on making the website more secure now, thanks to you!
    24 November, 2017
     TiggysPlace_com Dave from TiggysPlace:
Thankyou for bringing my attention to our bug, i have fixed it now, i hope others find your skills as useful!
    24 November, 2017
     garethrg9 Gareth from n/a:
Many thanks for the alert and for the very prompt response. Hopefully now all fixed.
    22 November, 2017
     info_ebe Henry from ebe_info:
Thank you for finding this bug I appreciate your work
    19 November, 2017
     satcharts Paul from satcharts:
Thank you for finding security issue on my website. I appreciate your work!
    15 November, 2017
     UKClimbing Paul Phillips from UKClimbing:
Thanks for sharing this issue, all fixed.
    10 November, 2017
     SNTech2 Steve from SN-CPT:
Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention, highly appreciated !
    6 November, 2017
     AdamHessDev Adam Hess from Brooklyn Law School:
Serge,

Thank you for helping us finding vulnerabilities in our website. I appreciated your responsiveness and clear demonstration of the exploit.

Regards

Adam Hess
    6 November, 2017
     lancsuniweb Lancaster University Web Team from Lancaster University:
Thank you for bringing this to our attention and helping us improve the quality of our site.
    30 October, 2017
     thepsycoder Paul from University Sector:
Thanks so much for highlighting a long standing XSS bug on our site.
    18 October, 2017
     mediawardotcom Thomas from CRI:
Thanks very much for your good work! highly appreciated
    11 April, 2017
     roddyr2 Roddy from RefreshThing.com:
Thanks for bringing this issue to our attention and helping us fix it!

Best,

Roddy
    4 April, 2017
     saintdevilx Deepak from droofle:
Hi fakessh,

Thank you for your help.
Really appreciate your effort to fix that issue.

Thanks and Regards
Deepak
    29 March, 2017
     zid_tuwien Philipp from ZID/TU Wien:
Hi,

thanks for pointing that out.

It's part of an application, that is beeing phased out. It is fixed now.

Regards,
Philipp

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Number of Secured Websites

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50+ Websites
500+ Websites
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1000+ Websites

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30+ Reports
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30+ Reports
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Outstanding Achievements

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Commitment to Remediate and Patch

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

Recommendations and Recognition

REPUTABLE
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GLOBALLY TRUSTED
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Distinguished Blog Author

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Research Statistics



Total reports:5018
Total reports on VIP sites:273
Total patched vulnerabilities:1795
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):156
Recommendations received:59
Active since:14.02.2017

Open Bug Bounty Certificate



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20.05.2019  Hitachi Incident Response Team (HIRT)

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Reported Vulnerabilities

All Submissions VIP Submissions

Domain Reported Status Type
12.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
12.12.2019
On Hold
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Cross Site Scripting
12.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
11.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
11.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
11.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
11.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
11.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
07.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
04.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
04.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
04.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
04.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
03.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
03.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
02.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
01.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting
01.12.2019
On Hold
Improper Access Control 
01.12.2019
On Hold
Cross Site Scripting

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  Recent Recommendations

    10 December, 2019
     jnswbr:
Vielen Dank für den XSS-Hinweis.
Der Fehler wurde umgehend korrigiert!
    10 December, 2019
     xo_shopsoftware:
Helped us quickly to fix an open GIT exploit on our website.
Many thanks to your work!
    10 December, 2019
     cyberday_gmbh:
thanks for reporting the xss issue
    9 December, 2019
     TristanGuiheux:
Kenan G. has helped us to find and fix some issues on web sites we're protecting. This kind of help is greatly appreciated from a security perspective. This way we can improve ourselves and protect our customers. Thanks again in my name.
    6 December, 2019
     r0m01736939:
Thank you for your report. I was able to fix it quickly :)