Book of BugBounty Tips
OSINT / Recon
Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
Server Side Request Forgery (SSRF)
Sensitive Information Disclosure
Cross Site Scripting (XSS)
Remote Code Execution (RCE)
Local / Remote File Inclusion
Authentication / Authorization
Application Logic Bypasses
Server Side Template Injection
Tips from @EdOverflow
Tips From @intigriti
Hackpack From @yeswehack
Tips from @YogoshaOfficial
Tips from @Jhaddix
Tips from Ben
Tips from Other Sources
Tips from Blog posts / other hunters
Bugbounty Related Websites / Blogs
Docker and k8s
Tweets Collection by @Pentesterland
Scope Based Recon Tips
At password reset pages always try manipulating HOST header, you might get lucky and find that the password reset URL contain your own host instead of the original domain name. Just got easy 500$ for this stupid bug.
bugbountytip: if a website does not verify email, try signing up with <whatev>@domain.com (the company email). Sometimes this gives you higher privilege like deleting/viewing any other user's profiles etc.
Do you have any problem with creating a new account in some application due to requirement of business email (corp)? Solution is here: #Burp Collaborator. Create an account with
and look after SMTP request at your client. #Security #bugbountytip #webapp
Just found an interesting bug.. can you invite other users (via email usually) to xyz? Try the invite link on a different account and see what happens. In my case, it auto leaked my other accounts email to me. (no prompts to accept invite, didn't validate user) #BugBountyTips
Ever signup for a service and your account needs approval? Try reset your password as sometimes it bypasses the approval process.. :D #bugbountytips
#bugbountytip If you can send letters from your email
, try to substitute your email with company employers or other users email in the request. You can find it with http://hunter.io or reg another acc. For me, it worked a few times in private BB.
#BugBountyTip: Always remember to check emails for access control issues. Sometimes the same access control is not applied when sending emails.
for the bounty!Quote Tweet
Create many accounts with one email :D
A lot of web apps treat
as different emails but actually the emails sent to
will be received by
because gmail considers them the same email address.
-Weird bug I found yesterday -victim has email as
il.com -i signed up with
- deleted my account and victim account got deleted too #bugbountytip
Another example of two systems handling data differently and how it can be exploited. tl;dr<
is submitted as the email address Email is sent to
Validate your email address with the payload you can here: -
1.Account setting page: Update new Email: Normal: "Email":"
" (200 OK) New: "Email":"
" (error msg : u can't change the email
) New Update: "Email":"
" (200 OK) just add space Bounty: 500$ #bugbountytips #hackerone
Remote Code Execution (RCE)