An Indian woman hacker has been awarded Rs 22 lakh for resolving a serious security breach at Microsoft. Aditi Singh, a native of Delhi, has made a proud move from Microsoft. Aditi has solved a remote code execution bug in Azure, Microsoft’s cloud platform.
This is not the first time Aditi has made such a breakthrough in bug tracking on powerful systems. Two months ago, a comparable RCE was launched on Facebook. The bug was found with a prize of Rs 5.5 lakh.
Twenty-year-old Aditi learned the hacking technique on her own. Aditi said she did not want to be a cyber security analyst. Aditi’s life changed when she studied at a private institution in Kota for training in the medical entrance exam. Aditi said he had no previous experience in computer science. Aditi started Bug Bounty Hunting a year ago. With this, Aditi switched from medical studies.
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