Vulnerability Researcher Hall of Fame

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Researcher Hall of Fame (All Time)

Rank Name
Total Vulnerabilities
Vulns
1 István Márton 797
2 Rafie Muhammad 336
3 WPScanTeam 287
4 Mika 277
5 Vladislav Pokrovsky (ΞX.MI) 255
6 Krzysztof Zając 245
7 Marco Wotschka 225
8 Abdi Pranata 224
9 Jerome Bruandet 212
10 Rio Darmawan 190
11 Dave Jong 165
12 yuyudhn 157
13 Ram 149
14 Chloe Chamberland 136
15 Larry W. Cashdollar 135
16 Francesco Carlucci 131
17 Daniel Ruf 130
18 apple502j 126
19 Muhammad Daffa 118
20 thiennv 114

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