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Profiles Of The Top 7 Bug Hunters From Around the Globe

'Super hunters' share a common goal: to find the most high impact valid bugs before a bad guy does.
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#3 | Pakistan | Shahmeer Amir

Pakistan - 6,254 researchers produced 11.50% of the bugs*

Consistent with last year's status as a top bug finder, Shahmeer Amir continues to be a top producer in terms of bugs found - 875 bugs in total - the most of any researcher in this slide show. Shahmeer is ranked first in Pakistan and has contributed greatly to charity bounties. 
- Researcher Handle: Shahmeer_Amir
- Researcher Name: Shahmeer Amir
- Date Joined: April 27, 2013
- Bugcrowd Ranking: 54th
- Kudos Points: 657
- Bugcrowd Award(s): Top 100, Charity Hero, Hall of Fame
- Bugs Found: 875
- Acceptance Rate: 90.39%
- Average Priority: 4.75
- Bugcrowd Profile Page: https://bugcrowd.com/Shahmeer_Amir

*Researcher sign-ups as of March 30, 2016

Image Source: imsmartin/Bugcrowd

#3 | Pakistan | Shahmeer Amir

Pakistan 6,254 researchers produced 11.50% of the bugs*

Consistent with last years status as a top bug finder, Shahmeer Amir continues to be a top producer in terms of bugs found 875 bugs in total the most of any researcher in this slide show. Shahmeer is ranked first in Pakistan and has contributed greatly to charity bounties.

  • Researcher Handle: Shahmeer_Amir
  • Researcher Name: Shahmeer Amir
  • Date Joined: April 27, 2013
  • Bugcrowd Ranking: 54th
  • Kudos Points: 657
  • Bugcrowd Award(s): Top 100, Charity Hero, Hall of Fame
  • Bugs Found: 875
  • Acceptance Rate: 90.39%
  • Average Priority: 4.75
  • Bugcrowd Profile Page: https://bugcrowd.com/Shahmeer_Amir

*Researcher sign-ups as of March 30, 2016

Image Source: imsmartin/Bugcrowd

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