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- Indian Girl Gets Over Rs 22 Lakh Bounty From Microsoft For Finding Bug In Azure Cloud System
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Many big tech companies have offered big money as a reward for finding a bug in their system. Now a similar case has come to the fore related to Microsoft. Aditi Singh, 20, who lives in Delhi, has received a reward of more than 30 thousand dollars (about 22 lakh rupees) for finding a bug in Microsoft’s platform. Aditi is a Cyber Security Analyst. This is also the biggest reward of his life.
Aditi had found an RCE (Remote Code Execution) bug in Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform, which could seriously affect security. However, not much information has been revealed about this bug. Aditi has also got a place in the Hall of Fame of Facebook, Microsoft and Google.
Cyber Security job at MapMyIndia
Aditi has been doing bug bounty hunting since last one year. After completion of school, he enrolled for BCA degree course at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) and also started working as a Cyber Security Analyst at MapMyIndia. He learned Java Script, MySQL and other programming languages by searching Google and watching videos on YouTube. He also learned the bug bounty.
Learned many things with the help of internet
also found bug in facebook
Aditi has also discovered bugs in Tiktok and Facebook. For this, Facebook also gave him a reward of $ 7,500 (about Rs 5.40 lakh). So far, she has earned around 44 lakh rupees from different bounty programs. Tech companies keep organizing bounty programs. In such a situation, if the users submit a report of a defect to the company and that defect is found to be true, then the users are rewarded.