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AppSecure is actively involved in bug bounty programs run by companies like Facebook, Uber, Twitter, Salesforce etc. AppSecure is ranked among top researchers on these platforms.
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Huffpost
Ivan Mehta
07
Mar' 17
This Indian Hacker Has Earned ₹2.2 Crore By Finding Bugs In Facebook, Twitter, And Other websites
India has no shortage of software talent. For proof, look no further than security researcher Anand Prakash, who is in news once again for winning a $5,000 reward from Uber..
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Money Control
22
Feb' 18
Ethical hacker Anand Prakash finds security flaw in Tinder, awarded Rs 4 lakh
Ethical hacker Anand Prakash who has a proven track record of winning bounties worth crores by hunting bugs in apps and social networking sites was at work again. He reported...
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DailyMail
Tim Collins
22
Feb' 18
Tinder hackers find a major security flaw in the dating app that lets anyone break into your account
Hackers could break into your Tinder account using just your phone number, experts say.The security flaw in the popular dating app could let attackers access your...
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CS Monitor
Jaikumar Vijayan
03
Oct' 16
Hackers for good: How Anand Prakash rescued Facebook
In the first installment in an occasional series about ethical hackers, Passcode profiles one of India's most successful freelance cybersecurity researchers known for...
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FreeCodeCamp
Quincy Larson
25
Feb' 18
Meet Anand Prakash — a white hat hacker who’s earned bug bounties from Facebook, Twitter, and Uber
Anand Prakash is a prolific security researcher who is famous for finding bugs in some of the world’s most popular apps and websites. He thrives off of “bug bounties” — large cash...
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YourStory
Aditya Bhushan Dwivedi
06
Oct' 15
Started bounty hunting for a job, Anand Prakash made 1.1 crore with his passion.
One of the biggest advantages of living in the second most populous country is that one can find hidden talent everywhere. In todays Techie Tuesdays column, we are profiling Anand Prakash...
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First Post
Nevin Thomas
07
Feb' 18
Meet Anand Prakash, one of India's best known 'white hat hackers'.
Prakash, one of India's well-known hackers, is a bug bounty hunter i.e he finds security loopholes in websites and online applications, reports it to the concerned authority...
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Boy Genius Report
Staff
21
Feb' 18
Ethical hacker Anand Prakash finds vulnerability in Tinder app awarded Rs 4 lakh'.
Aim and pow! Famous ethical hacker, Anand Prakash, who has won crores-worth bounty for reporting bugs, was recently at...
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The Better India
Tanaya Singh
20
Feb' 16
This Engineer Earned Rs. 1.2 Crore from Finding Software Bugs in Facebook and Twitter
From hacking into the social media accounts of his friends, to finding more than 90 security flaws for Facebook...
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The Verge
Russell Brandom
08
Mar' 16
Facebook paid $15,000 to close a bug that could unlock any user's account
Last month, a security researcher named Anand Prakash stumbled on a major flaw in Facebooks account security...
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Gizmnodo
Bryan Lufkin
03
Mar' 16
Some Guy Figured Out How to Hack Into Any Facebook Profile
A white hat hacker in India says he found a way to hack into any Facebook user’s profile. Don’t freak out though! Like a good white hat....
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Economic Times
Rohan Lalik
11
Mar' 16
The Bounty Hunter: This 22-year-old Flipkart employee is worth Rs 1.3 crore!
Anand Prakash, a product security engineer at Flipkart, wrote in a blog post on February 22 that he had found a simple vulnerability on...
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HackRead
Ali Raza
11
Mar' 16
Facebook’s bugs bounty program to the rescue: Rewards programmer with $15,000
In February, a computer programmer named Anand Prakash from India who works for Flipkart discovered a vulnerability on the popular social media...
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TechCrunch
Kate Conger
03
Apr' 17
Researcher finds bug that allowed free Uber rides
Uber has patched a bug in its code that allowed a researcher — and anyone else who might’ve discovered the problem — to hail Uber rides without paying for them...
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MenXP
Anshul Gandhi
26
Feb' 16
This Indian White Hat Hacker Earned Rs 1.2 Crore Reporting Software Bugs On Facebook And Twitter
Anand Prakash is a regular software engineer amongst a sea of others at Flipkart. His profile lists him as a security engineer responsible for ensuring that the...
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Bangalore Mirror
Farheen Hussin
6
Mar' 17
Bengaluru: Ethical hacker helps Uber by finding bug in their
S Sounds too good to be true? Well, it was a possibility but for Bengaluru-based security researcher, Anand Prakash who found the bug that could have facilitated...
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