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Are there open databases, websites similar to xssed.com that are not necessarily about XSS, but where people report SQL inject-able websites or malware infected websites, for example?

Potentially with an Application Programming Interface (API)?

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You are probably looking for xssposed.org, a successor website for xssed.com (actually they imported the old xssed database), and which was renamed to Open Bug Bounty a few months ago.

They list XSS and open redirects.

  • @EvanderConsus that's very interesting. My records indicate that it used to be listed on xssposed.org/incidents/13038 However, it is now a 404. – Ángel Jul 15 '16 at 22:51
  • @EvanderConsus not at all, but I did watch it in order to notify (certain) affected people. – Ángel Jul 15 '16 at 22:56
  • No, I didn't. Feel free to do so. Although when I contacted them once long ago but didn't get any reply… They seem to have botched with an update. – Ángel Jul 15 '16 at 23:21
  • @EvanderConsus tell me if you get a reply :) – Ángel Jul 15 '16 at 23:33

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