Muhammad Khizer Javed

About Me

Hi everyone! My name is Muhammad Khizer Javed.  I’m currently working in the cybersecurity sector mainly as a Bug Bounty Hunter and Penetration Tester, performing web/mobile application security assessments and network security assessments.
My goal is to join hands with other hackers in Pakistan and help mentor those with any sort of interest in cybersecurity and help grow our community.

When I’m not hacking, I’m mostly learning as I’m still a student of cybersecurity and in the process of growing and learning. I’m not a student of a university I prefer to learn online via self-placed courses.
I also enjoy playing video games (mainly story-based), reading novels, sleeping, and watching movies/documentaries. I have an interest in digital forensics thus I do learn about it in my free time as a hobby.

  • Age22
  • ResidenceIslamabad, Pakistan
  • E-mailkhizerjaved@securitybreached.org
  • Whatsapp+92-318-3301337
  • Languages English, Urdu & Punjabi

What I Do

Penetration Testing

Doing web/mobile application security assessments and network security testing.

Bug Bounty Hunting

Doing Bug Bounty Hunting currently ranked 77th on Bugcrowd: #1 Crowdsourced Cybersecurity Platform, and have over 2500 Reputation Points on HackerOne Bug Bounty Platform.

Blogging

I Write blogs on topics related to cybersecurity for clients and for my own blog located at blog.securitybreached.org

CTF Player

I Actively take part in Web and mobile based CTF(Capture the flag) challengees to learn new things and sharpen my skills.

Testimonials

Progress Report

Valid Reports

1600+

Hall Of Fames

250+

Projects Worked

10+

Experience

4 years

Favourite Quote

To be a hacker, you have to develop some attitudes. But copping an attitude alone won’t make you a hacker, any more than it will make you a champion athlete or a rock star. Becoming a hacker will take intelligence, practice, dedication, and hard work.
Therefore, you have to learn to distrust attitude and respect competence of every kind. Hackers won’t let posers waste their time, but they worship competence — especially competence at hacking, but competence at anything is valued. Competence at demanding skills that few can master is especially good, and competence at demanding skills that involve mental acuteness, craft, and concentration is best.
If you revere competence, you’ll enjoy developing it in yourself — the hard work and dedication will become a kind of intense play rather than drudgery. That attitude is vital to becoming a hacker.
– Eric Raymond

Resume

Education

2016
IMCB I-10/2 Islamabad

Highschool

Matriculation Examination

2018
IMCB F-7/3 Islamabad

College

Studied Intermediate of Computer Science (ICS)

2016
ICEPT - Iqra University Islamabad

Ethical Hacking Training

Ethical Hacking Training course offered by Iqra Center for Emerging Products and Technologies (ICEPT) at Iqra University Islamabad, Pakistan.

2019
PentesterLab Trainings

PentesterLab

PentesterLab will get you to the next level. Whether you're a complete infosec noob, a bug bounty hunter, or a professional pentester, you will gain a deep understanding of vulnerabilities and methods of exploitation.

There's only one way to properly learn web penetration testing: by getting your hands dirty. and PentesterLab provides a unique and attractive opportunity to lean it.

2020
ICSI,UK(International Cybersecurity Institute)

ICSI | CNSS Certified Network Security Specialist

Training for CNSS Includes a holistic view of modern network security including operating system hardening, firewalls, intrusion-detection systems, VPNs, and Encryption. Physical Security, Standards, System Security, and Security Policies are also included.

2020
Basis Technology

Autopsy Basics and Hands On (8-Hours)

Autopsy is the most popular open-source digital forensics platform. This course is an introduction to Autopsy for examiners who already know the fundamentals of digital forensics. 

The course focuses on making cases, adding data sources, and how to analyze data it covers how to configure hash sets, search for keywords, correlate with past cases, and more. the course mixes video lectures with hands-on labs.

Hacking Skills

Website Security Testing

89%

Web Application Security Testing

85%

Mobile Application Security Testing

70%

API Security Testing

66%

Network Security Testing

70%

Digital Forensics

50%

Coding Skills

Bash

70%

Python

60%

HTML/CSS

90%

Still Learing

10%

Communication Skills

Communication Skills

90%

Knowledges

  • Digital Design
  • Web Application Security
  • Mobile Application Security
  • Network Security
  • Digital Forensics
  • Cybersecurity
  • Social Media
  • Time Management
  • Communication
  • Problem-Solving
  • Social Networking
  • Bash
  • Python
  • HTML/CSS
  • PHP

Certifications

Bug Bounty Performance Stats

Performance stats showcase my expertise based on past submissions on Bug Bounty platforms like Bugcrowd and HackerOne.

What i want to Achieve?

As I grew in my career, I want to consider more advanced certifications to continue my professional development and to learn and sharpen my skills in the Security realm.

As I have to work, earn and learn all together this might take me some extra time but I’m sure to reach there soon.

Here are some certifications I would like to achieve in the coming few months.

Contact

Islamabad, Pakistan

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khizerjaved@securitybreached.org

Freelance Available

How Can I Help You?

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