Singh found an RCE (or Remote Code Execution) bug in Microsoft’s Azure cloud platform that comes with severe security impact. The details of the bug haven’t been revealed publicly yet.
Bug bounty hunting has been a trending career option for many aspiring techies across India. But Singh’s story is different and an inspiring one. Like many school going kids, she also got enrolled in one of the private institutes in Kota after her 10th standard to prepare for IITs and medicals. However, soon she found out that she may fall behind in the race to crack competitive exams in India.
“I joined Allen institute in Kota to prepare for medicals. I did not have any prior knowledge of computer science education and it has just been a year that I have started bug bounty hunting,” she said in an interaction with The Times of India– GadgetsNow.
Singh says she “hacked her way” to get the first job as a cybersecurity analyst after school. “While digging through several platforms, I found some vulnerabilities on MapMyIndia. I reached out to them and managed to get hired without even a graduation degree.”
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