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Security researcher tbm has already helped fix 2430 vulnerabilities.



Researcher reputation:  100

Real name:
tbm n.

About me:
Security Researcher

How to contact me:
bbhtest123 @ gmail.com

Experience in Application Security
over 5 years

Award / Bug Bounty I prefer:
at least 'thanks'

Halls of Fame:
Many

Recommendations and Acknowledgements

@1und1     27 January, 2017
    Twitter 1und1 Andreas Maurer from 1&1 Internet:
tbm reported severals bugs on our website. He was fast, polite and professional. A great help and much appreciated.
@couponplus_ag     22 August, 2020
    Twitter couponplus_ag Markus from CouponPlus AG:
Many thanks for reporting the security vulnerabilities! With the details you provided we could fix the issues very quickly. Very fast response time!
@TristanGuiheux     9 December, 2019
    Twitter TristanGuiheux tristanguiheux from LA POSTE:
tbmnull 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.
@NewLineHorizon1     3 August, 2019
    Twitter 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!
@ycjisysspg_sec     23 April, 2018
    Twitter ycjisysspg_sec ycjisysspg_sec from Yamaha Corporation:
Thank you tbmnull for finding the XSS vulnerability on www.yamaha.com (Reports No: 180851, 180214).
Though a long time has passed from your reporting, we inform that we mended the vulnerabilities.
Keep up the good work!
@antonio_farina     7 October, 2016
    Twitter antonio_farina Antonio from translated.net:
Thank you tbmnull for reporting the XSS vulnerability found on translated.net website.
The details you provided helped to fix the issue immediately.

Great work.
@jonny_caos     5 October, 2016
    Twitter jonny_caos Jonathan from Wine-Searcher:
Thank you tbmnull for finding the XSS vulnerability on wine-searcher. You responded quickly and with detail to enable us to fix the issue promptly. Keep up the good work!

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Number of Secured Websites

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10+ Websites
50+ Websites
500+ Websites
WEB SECURITY VETERAN
1000+ Websites

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WAF Bypasser
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30+ Reports
AppSec Logic Master
30+ Reports
Fastest Fix
Fix in 24 hours

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Secured OBB
OBB Advocate
Improved OBB

Commitment to Remediate and Patch

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

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REPUTABLE
10+ Recommends
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25+ Recommends
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5+ Posts

Research Statistics



Total reports:3209
Total reports on VIP sites:1386
Total patched vulnerabilities:2430
Total vulnerabilities on Hold (Open Bug Bounty):11
Recommendations received:7
Active since:03.04.2015
Top Security Researcher Awards:Gold Star Top Security Researcher of the Month
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  Recent Recommendations

@Crown_English     4 December, 2020
    Twitter Crown_English:
Vaishnav informed us of a minor vulnerability that we were able to very quickly fix. Many thanks.
@FabriceMarchon     4 December, 2020
    Twitter FabriceMarchon:
Thank you to HowardPotts.
He provided us some useful information about a potential security problem on our main website through openbugbounty.
We wouldn't have found it without his help. Thankfully it was an easy fix.
@CERT_rlp     3 December, 2020
    Twitter CERT_rlp:
The team of CERT-rlp would like to thank H_chabik for a responsible and coordinated disclosure of multiple XSS vulnerabilities
@VMarvvy     3 December, 2020
    Twitter VMarvvy:
Thank you for reporting the bug and providing detail to fix it.
@obb_wr     2 December, 2020
    Twitter obb_wr:
Thanks Cyber_India for reporting the issue and for your prompt & friendly response.