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singhnitesh21 | Security Researcher Profile

Security researcher singhnitesh21 has already helped fix 274 vulnerabilities.

Researcher reputation:  260

Real name:
Nitesh Singh

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@lorenzoherrera     16 January, 2021
    Twitter lorenzoherrera Loren from Litmind:
@singhnitesh21 found a hidden bug that might've allowed some XSS nasty things to sneak in. We've featured him in our bug hunters hall of fame:
@Mettenmeier     11 January, 2021
    Twitter Mettenmeier Ingo from Mettenmeier:
@singhnitesh21 helped us discover an access control issue with our website. We highly appreciate your support and your instant response enabling us to quickly fix the problem.
@EvoraIT     23 November, 2020
    Twitter EvoraIT Genia from EvoraIT:
Thank you to @singhnitesh21 for your responsible disclosure of an issue with our website on @openbugbounty and providing details on what to fix very timely. Great work for better web security!
@AsictSoc     18 November, 2020
    Twitter AsictSoc Security Operation Center from Politecnico di Milano:
Dear singhnitesh21,

the SOC of Politecnico di Milano would like to thank you for disclosing us a XSS vulnerability on our infrastructure.
@jds88y     17 November, 2020
    Twitter jds88y Jason Sadler from GeoData Institute, University of Southampton:
Thank you again @singhnitesh21 for reporting and providing prompt and courteous details of a new bug on one of our websites, leading to a quick and pain free resolution. Keep up the good work.
@SteffenBugenha1     16 November, 2020
    Twitter SteffenBugenha1 Steffen Bugenhagen from interaid GmbH:
Thank you very much for finding XSS bugs within our application. Your respond was very fast and detailed, so it was easy to identify the problem and fix it asap. Keep up the good work!
@notedekd     28 October, 2020
    Twitter notedekd Waroros from Dek-D:
Thank for the detail reporting.
@kitnospt     22 September, 2020
    Twitter kitnospt kitnospt from Hijiffy:
Thanks for all the help and detailed reporting
@wall26com     3 September, 2020
    Twitter wall26com Wall26 from Wall26:
Thanks for reporting the wordpress user disclosure issue. Good work!
@zaikoio     28 August, 2020
    Twitter zaikoio Zaiko from Zaiko:
Great work. Thank you for the thorough report.
@StefanCink     6 August, 2020
    Twitter StefanCink Stefan Cink from Net at Work:
Thanks to @singhnitesh21 we were able to close a vulnerability on our website asap. Thank you!
@LeahBecerra     26 June, 2020
    Twitter LeahBecerra Leah from Nieman Foundation:
Thanks, @singhnitesh21, for getting my attention and disclosing a vulnerability that needed a fix on our site! When I reached out for more info, your response was quick and gave the information we needed to patch the issue.
@duocirclellc     8 May, 2020
    Twitter duocirclellc Brad from Duo Circle:
Thank you to @singhnitesh21 for your responsible disclosure. It was an easy to implement remediation. Appreciate the approach you took by using the open bug bounty system.
@darcyf1     2 May, 2020
    Twitter darcyf1 Darcy from DarcyF1:
Provided a pointer that a directory with scripts was browsable because of an .htaccess misconfiguration which led to a quick resolution - thank you!
@jds88y     8 April, 2020
    Twitter jds88y Jason Sadler from GeoData Institute, University of Southampton:
Thank you to @singhnitesh21 for reporting and providing prompt and courteous details of a bug on our website, leading to a quick and pain free resolution. Keep up the good work.

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Research Statistics

Total reports:672
Total reports on VIP sites:98
Total patched vulnerabilities:274
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):246
Recommendations received:15
Active since:20.03.2020

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@_mrjd0g_     4 March, 2021
    Twitter _mrjd0g_:
Thank you for the report and responding so quickly to our request for more information, it helped us track the issue down and fix it. Appreciate the work you do.
@_lhordd     3 March, 2021
    Twitter _lhordd:
Thanks for helping me with the flaws in my site. The best work i’ve ever seen.
@_Kkommi     3 March, 2021
    Twitter _Kkommi:
Thanks for reporting xss in my site.
@_Kkommi     3 March, 2021
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@CERT_rlp     1 March, 2021
    Twitter CERT_rlp:
The team of CERT-rlp would like to thank Cyber_India for a responsible and coordinated disclosure of vulnerabilities.