13-year-old Pakistani hacker finds bugs world's top tech companies

A 13-year-old hacker from Karachi is schooling some of the biggest technology companies when it comes to cybersecurity.

Ahsan Tahir, an “ethical hacker”, is putting his skills to use by helping tech firms discover bugs and vulnerabilities in their websites which can be used to create security patches.

Tahir, a self-taught security consultant, learnt how to hack by watching YouTube videos, reading blogs, and experimenting on his own at the tender age of 12


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Ahsan is a big rising Star in cyber Security in the world spotting bugs name Company like Google and Microsoft, more about Tahir told in NBC News:

I decided to find bugs on my own website,” he said. Tahir then said he found a site “that told me I can hack into different companies to find bugs and they will pay me — or appreciate me — so I started [doing] that
Bounty programmes have become a major tool for tech giants such as Apple and Google who pay cash prizes to security consultants who can help the company create security patches for any vulnerability on their programmes and therefore prevent hackers from exploiting any security loophole in their system
13-year-old Pakistani hacker finds bugs  world's top tech companies

Mostly people who have only the age of 12 to 13 years old they loved Games Stories Videos and many of little thing but Tahir is achieved big goals by spending some time after the schooling for hacking.

The 13-year-old wants to become a software engineer one day and start his own company. He also hopes to keep participating in bug bounties part time and teach other people his skills with the aim of making the internet safe. “I am proud of making the internet safer, the world safer,” Tahir said. “Because the next wars maybe will be cyber wars.
Ahsan Tahir Personal Blog Here.

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