Meet Pakistani Boy Who Hacked Google, Microsoft, Facebook & Snapchat: Shahmeer Amir

Here is the boy who hacked into more than 400 websites of the world. These websites include Google, Microsoft, Facebook, twitter etc. The 22 year old Multan born hacker, Shahmeer Amir is a blessing for many tech companies. Meet Pakistani Boy Who Hacked Google, Microsoft, Facebook & Snapchat.

Shahmeer told that when he was learning to hack different web Apps he found major bugs in large technology companies. Then he got idea to help these organizations to fix it.

Meet Pakistani Boy Who Hacked Google, Microsoft, Facebook & Snapchat

Shahmeer Amir said:

Over the period of time when i was learning to hack things and exploit web Apps and mobile Apps. I found major flaws in tech giants such as Facebook, Microsoft, google and yahoo.

He has earned hundreds of thousands of dollars in total bounties by reporting bugs to more than 400 global organizations. Surprisingly this genius hacker was once rejected by 17 universities. Who knew that he will be spending his days travelling around the world earning this much money.

Now this Pakistani renowned Hacker give seminars on improving world’s security. In 2015, Shahmeer was ranked number one hacker on Hackerone. However he transformed his hacking in a very good cause as he decided to start a company to improve cyber security of the world.

Also Read: Shahmeer Amir Ranked 3rd Among World’s Best Hackers

Today Shahmeer Amir is very famous and is the CEO Veiliux. Veiliux helps companies to secure their online businesses. The company is assisting organizations to secure their cyber space from notorious hackers from damaging their business functionality.

In a recent interview, He gave message to young generation:

Work to Learn; not to earn.

Due to his substantial accomplishments in reporting and fixing bugs, Shahmeer has been summoned to DEFCON. Such surprising achievements at such a young age are extraordinary. Shahmeer has earned fame for Pakistan on international stage.

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Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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