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Hey there 👋,

I love to learn about building and finding security flaws in Web and Mobile Applications.Cloud Infra is also a great area where I'm currently understanding how things work and how security issues can arise if not handled proprely.I also do bug bounties sometimes which helps to test real world systems and applications on how they are designed & built and produce serious impactful issues. I have been also doing CTF's with my team. Underdawgs

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💌 I publish writeups and techical findings

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Learn by doing is an easy way to learn something

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  1. Vuldroid Public

    Vuldroid is a Vulnerable Android Application made with security issues in order to demonstrate how they can occur in code

    Java 39 12

  2. Damn Vulnerable Bank is designed to be an intentionally vulnerable android application. This provides an interface to assess your android application security hacking skills.

    Java 389 99

  3. Collection of Facebook Bug Bounty Writeups

    398 81

  4. The repo is a short tool for bruteforcing host-header values and observing any response change in requests

    Python 3

  5. Here i will list all the steps in installing and setting different tools in linux based machines

    2

  6. A combination of multiple utility apps i.e-currency converter,music player and guess the number game in one app available .

    Java 1 1

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