How I get my first SWAG from SIDN (Sensitive Data Expose)

Mehedi Hasan Remon
Jan 29 · 3 min read

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم


Assalamu Alaikum
(Peace Be Upon You)

I am Mehedi Hasan Remon.
Student of Computer Science Engineering. I am learning about Web Penetration Testing and doing Bug Bounty as a side activity.

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I just weak up and start scrolling on my Facebook timeline. I saw someone posted in the Bug Bounty Poc group that he got a SWAG from SIDN for reporting a vulnerability. That T-Shirt was really awesome and I also have a friend Asif Farabi who has that same SWAG from SIDN. So my mind said
“Let’s Give it a Shot”

How I found the Bug

I fire up my Kali Linux, start my recon with Sublist3r

From Sublist3r I found an interesting domain called

After playing around the target I found a directory called
But there was a 403 for that directory

But then I put a ‘/’ after the pipermail directory
Like This:

Boom …
It takes me inside the directory. Inside that directory, I found lots of private emails about the company. like their product relates emails, production emails, internal dev mails, etc.

Then immediately I send them that Bug Report and asked Allah for the success

And then
Alhamdulillah (all praise is due to Allah)
Got this sweet SWAG



Thanks for reading till the end. If you want something then just take the action for it. Don’t just keep thinking that I will do it, I will do it.
Work Hard
Try Insane
Rest of all your lord will decide

Be Secure Be Safe
Allah Hafiz (May Allah be your Protector)

Report: Jan / 21 / 2020
Trigger: Jan / 21 / 2020
Receive Swag: Jan / 29 / 2020

Mehedi Hasan Remon

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A Muslim boy with passion of Breaking Security Legally

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