This is a write-up on the Fastest Fix on Open Bug Bounty (OBB) Platform. The security team was extremely prompt in responding and fixing the bug.
I don’t usually write articles related to the bugs that I have reported to organisations through responsible disclosure, however, I have gotten explicit permission from Kevag Telekom GmbH to write a blog post about this report.
Fastest Fix Achievement Badge
To achieve “Fastest Fix” on Open Bug Bounty, it is compulsory to complete all the following within 24 hours:
Reporting a bug through the Open Bug Bounty platform (link)
Contacting the affected organisation (via Twitter, Email, Contact form, etc.)
Providing a Proof of Concept (POC) to demonstrate the vulnerability
Getting the organisation to fix the vulnerability and deploy it to the production environment
Conducting a regression test to verify that the vulnerability has been fixed
Triggering Open Bug Bounty platform to verify the fix and update its tracking status
After successfully completing the above steps within 24 hours, the following simple badge has been earned: