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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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#1 | India | Hari Haran

India - 23,525 researchers produced 43.04% of the bugs*

With 321 bugs found, Hari Haran, aka 'Hari_cool,' has the fourth most bugs out of the researchers in this slide show. Hari tops the India region with an amazing 98.17% acceptance rate and an outstanding 2.91 average priority for the bugs found - third overall for average priority when compared to the others included in this slide show. 
- Researcher Handle: Harie_cool
- Researcher Name: Hari Haran
- Date Joined: November 21, 2014
- Bugcrowd Ranking: 3rd 
- Kudos Points: 2378
- Bugcrowd Award(s): Top 10, Hall of Fame
- Bugs Found: 321
- Acceptance Rate: 98.17%
- Average Priority: 2.91
- Bugcrowd Profile Page: https://bugcrowd.com/harie_cool

*Researcher sign-ups as of March 30, 2016

Image Source: imsmartin/Bugcrowd

#1 | India | Hari Haran

India 23,525 researchers produced 43.04% of the bugs*

With 321 bugs found, Hari Haran, aka Hari_cool, has the fourth most bugs out of the researchers in this slide show. Hari tops the India region with an amazing 98.17% acceptance rate and an outstanding 2.91 average priority for the bugs found third overall for average priority when compared to the others included in this slide show.

  • Researcher Handle: Harie_cool
  • Researcher Name: Hari Haran
  • Date Joined: November 21, 2014
  • Bugcrowd Ranking: 3rd
  • Kudos Points: 2378
  • Bugcrowd Award(s): Top 10, Hall of Fame
  • Bugs Found: 321
  • Acceptance Rate: 98.17%
  • Average Priority: 2.91
  • Bugcrowd Profile Page: https://bugcrowd.com/harie_cool

*Researcher sign-ups as of March 30, 2016

Image Source: imsmartin/Bugcrowd

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