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Quote:So far, being a techie in India has been synonymous with being a coder or a developer. But not anymore.
Ethical hacking has now become a lucrative career path for engineers in the country.
Laxman Muthiyah, a 26-year-old Chennai based independent security researcher, has won $62,000 (Rs44 lakh) over the last five years by finding security flaws in Facebook and its photo-sharing app Instagram. In March this year, Rohit Kumar, a second-year student at Lovely Professional University (LPU), was inducted into the Facebook Hall of Fame for being among the top 20 bug bounty hunters in 2018.
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This seems to be a great job to have for the skilled geeks.