Pakistani boy awarded for hacking into Chrome & Firefox browsers


Rafay Baloch has been awarded for his talent with computer softwares and coding, by hacking into the world’s most visited sites universally – Google Chrome & Firefox.

He revealed in his blog that there are various browsers who are currently undergoing a fix after the unearthing of the address-bar spoofing bug. However, Chrome and Firefox have reportedly sorted the issue immediately after the breakthrough.

This is not the first time that Rafay has been notified on his hacks. Back in 2012, he imploded a bug with PayPal and earned a sum of $10,000. In 2014, Rafay made it to Forbes and BBC for his work on an Andriod bug.

A renowned  achievement is his portfolio is when CheckMarx,  the world’s top information security publications based out of Tel Aviv, Israel  featured the Pakistani genius Rafay Baloch as one of the world’s top 5 ethical hackers in 2014.

Rafay Baloch, without any doubt is making Pakistan proud and is portraying a pure and talented image of Pakistan all over the world.

Hey, I'm Isra Shams, the Managing Editor at Brands Magazine & FHM Pakistan. My passion is writing and I want to make a difference in the world with the power of the pen!