Software companies and tech companies are offering a wide range of promotional gifts to those who find shortcomings in their products. IT giant Microsoft also recently gave a big present to an Indian girl. Aditi Singh (20), who discovered a bug in Azure cloud computing software, paid Rs 22 lakh. Aditi Singh found an error in the remote code section of the Azure cloud system.
Aditi’s birthplace is Delhi. Her desire is to get a medical education. She turned to ethical hacking because she did not get a good rank in medical admissions. It soon mastered the code languages and rose to the level of finding bugs in the products of leading IT companies.
Two months ago, a Delhi girl discovered a bug in the Azure cloud cloud computing system and immediately reported it to Microsoft. Aditi revealed that with this error, hackers can easily infiltrate cloud systems. Microsoft confirmed this error a little late … and then paid Aditi a big reward.
Aditi has so far identified several bugs. It found flaws in the products of companies such as Paytm, Tic Tac, Facebook, HP and Mozilla and brought them to the attention of those companies. However, Aditi revealed that the gift from Microsoft was the biggest.
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