Report a Bug

Visitors who visit the website and get in touch virtually trust my services to keep their information safe. I take that trust seriously, which is why I am dedicated to working with the security research community to identify, verify, and resolve potential vulnerabilities. If you are a security researcher, you can help make the services on the website more secure. And you'll be part of building a better internet with security and privacy as standard.

Security researchers are integral to finding bugs that are missed in the development process. If you find an eligible bug, I will recognize your contribution. If you find a bug, report it directly to me. This helps make my web applications and communication channels better and more secure.

Security researchers can submit relevant issues they find to All submitted reports must comply with the outlined rules and scope such as:

- Errors in the application of DNS records in the DNS zone being used;

- Attempted email spoofing using domain names or subdomains in the root;

- Attempted embedding of "gacor" links or changes to the appearance of the web;

- Attempts to redirect visitors to a web that is not from the domain;

- Or code and protocol errors and vulnerabilities, setup failures, or security-related issues.

I request that the script or exploit code be embedded into a non-executable file type and I request that you encrypt the submission using my PGP public key when submitting the vulnerability. As I have no sponsors, this bug finding program does not provide rewards, thank you for your cooperation and I hope you understand.