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India’s Ethical Hackers Rewarded Abroad, Ignored at Home
Published on May 29, 2017 at 01:00PM An anonymous reader shares an article: It was a familiar tale for India’s army of “ethical hackers,” who earn millions protecting foreign corporations and global tech giants from cyber attacks but are largely ignored at home, their skills and altruism misunderstood or distrusted.

India produces more ethical hackers — those who break into computer networks to expose, rather than exploit, weaknesses — than anywhere else in the world.

The latest data from #BugCrowd, a global hacking network, showed Indians raked in the most “bug bounties” — rewards for red-flagging security loopholes.

Facebook, which has long tapped hacker talent, paid more to Indian researchers in the first half of 2016 than any other researchers. Indians outnumbered all other bug hunters on #HackerOne, another registry of around 100,000 hackers.

One anonymous Indian hacker — “Geekboy” — has found more than 700 vulnerabilities for companies like Yahoo, Uber and Rockstar Games.

Most are young “techies” — software engineers swelling the ranks of India’s $154-billion IT outsourcing sector whose skill set makes them uniquely gifted at cracking cyber systems.

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