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Security researcher raviakp1004 has already helped fix 12502 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  400

Real name:
Ravi Ashok Prajapati

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 address : [email protected] LinkedIn : https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravi-prajapati-346b15190Twitter : https://twitter.com/raviakp1004

Alternative Contacts:
Email address : [email protected]
https://www.linkedin.com/in/ravi-prajapati-346b15190

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 | Full List:

@Marco_PK72     14 May, 2022
    Twitter Marco_PK72 Marco from Lerboristeria:
Thanks to Ravi for the responsible vulnerability reporting and the professional communication, we recommend him for sure.
Thank you!
@IT_Wolve     15 March, 2022
    Twitter IT_Wolve Markus from Pepperl+Fuchs SE:
Thanks Ravi for reporting the vulnerability. This allowed us to close the vulnerability and improve our website.
Excellent work!
@tsourbier     17 February, 2022
    Twitter tsourbier Thierry Sourbier from Sport Axon:
raviakp1004 reported 2 XSS vulnabilities on my site and promptly provided all the details to allow me to fix them. Very quick and professional communication.
@itsahappymedium     8 February, 2022
    Twitter itsahappymedium David from It's A Happy Medium:
Thanks to Ravi for disclosing a vulnerability on one of our client sites. He was prompt, courteous and very helpful in helping identify and resolve the issue.
@dynweb_net     28 January, 2022
    Twitter dynweb_net Heiner from DNS:
Very professional reporting, thank you for that! With Ravi's help, the issue could be fixed quickly.
@redsys     12 January, 2022
    Twitter redsys Timo Borst from ZBW:
Mr. Prajapati found an XSS issue on our website and reported it ethically and accurately to us. Following his hints, today we patched the issue. Thank you very much!
@companymatchdvd     11 January, 2022
    Twitter companymatchdvd David from CompanyMatch:
Thank you Ravi for reporting an XSS vulnerability on our website.
@NVAccess     5 January, 2022
    Twitter NVAccess NV Access from NV Access:
Raviakp1004 found an XSS vulnerability on our website and acted ethically by reporting it to us. Information we needed to reproduce the issue was provided, allowing us to fix it promptly. Thank you for your report.
@Remc0_K     28 December, 2021
    Twitter Remc0_K Remco from Radio Stad Montfoort:
raviakp1004 reported a XSS issue for our website, mailed an excellent example of it. We fixed it. Thank you for your work raviakp1004.
@vaibio     8 October, 2021
    Twitter vaibio Tomi from Alma Talent:
raviakp1004 found XSS vulnerability on our websites and reported it responsibly. We appreciate this and thank you very much!
@c2play     9 September, 2021
    Twitter c2play Wachhund from c2Play:
You seem to be an XSS hunter - thanks for the report and fast response! *FIXED* --Wachhund
@etuli     17 August, 2021
    Twitter etuli Cyril from etudes-litteraires.com:
Thanks for the report.
@StankyFinglebot     12 July, 2021
    Twitter StankyFinglebot Casebook from Casebook:
Very helpful, thank you!
@vitagrygar     7 June, 2021
    Twitter vitagrygar CSIRT member from VSB:
Mr. Prajapati found XSS flaw on our website and reported it swiftly and accurately, as expected from a professional security researcher. Thank you very much!
@xss2021     21 April, 2021
    Twitter xss2021 Admin from FVB:
Ravi found a XSS vulnerability on our website and acted ethically by reporting it to us, as well as providing the information we needed to reproduce the issue. Thank you for pointing this out!
@randomthing4ev1     22 January, 2021
    Twitter randomthing4ev1 randomthing4ev1 from School Name Withheld:
Thank you for pointing out the vulnerability on our website! Very responsive.
@OOOIIOIO     18 December, 2020
    Twitter OOOIIOIO Vasily from klerk.ru:
Thanks for helping us with our XSS issue.
@iCoccyx     23 November, 2020
    Twitter iCoccyx [email protected] from Annonces-Automobile.com:
Thank you RAVI for your quick reply and to report my problem. Good job ! You made the web better !
@RedLeoteca     27 July, 2020
    Twitter RedLeoteca Admin from Leoteca en Red:
Thank you very much for your support and efforts to help is. Highly appreciated.
@williambarnwell     25 June, 2020
    Twitter williambarnwell Bill Barnwell from Loyalist College:
Thanks for helping us with our XSS issue.
@DougMT1     23 March, 2020
    Twitter DougMT1 Doug Henderson from Media Temple:
Thanks very much for taking the time to report a problem.
@sust_it     4 March, 2020
    Twitter sust_it Admin from Sust-it:
Thanks for the report.
@fetchinfo     21 February, 2020
    Twitter fetchinfo CERTNRW from IT.NRW:
Thank you for the information
@CvlOperations     30 January, 2020
    Twitter CvlOperations Sean Purdy from CV-Library Ltd:
Thanks for your report.

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Total reports:25558
Total reports on VIP sites:1716
Total patched vulnerabilities:12502
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):1757
Recommendations received:24
Active since:25.09.2019
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