List of the top Indian hackers till date; checkout now!

Hacking is only can be done by the skilled persons, not everyone can do hacking. Hence, hackers are very rare to find. Whenever we get to hear incidents of hacking on the internet, we all get excited. We see so many news especially of cyberattacks across the different parts of the world. Currently, the Russia-Ukraine cyberattacks are on the move. Constantly, the hackers from both the countries are targeting each other.

The devices like mobile phones and computers when connected to the internet, are always unsafe because it can be hacked.

No system or software is 100% secure and they are always at risk which can lead to cyber security problems. It can be any problem like data breaches, attacks, spying, etc. If we talk about the country India, there are some if the hackers and cyber security experts who have been a renowned social hackers.

Here, we are going to provide you about the top-most popular Indian hackers who have shown their skills globally.


1. Ankit Fadia

Ankit Fadia, an Indian author, speaker, television host and an Indian hacker of computers is one of the renowned hackers till date. From an early age, he had an interest in exploring various things on the internet. Once, he came across an article which was on social hacking and he find it interesting. Afterwards, his career in ethical hacking started. Ankit got his first hacking book “Ethical hacking” which published by Macmillan India when he was just 14 years old. Consequently, the book was a best seller of that time. Eventually, there was a lot of growth in his hacking skills and then he thought of using them for the people. After that, he made an career in the ethical hacking.


2. Vivek Ramachandran

Vivek Ramachandran is also another renowned hacker from India. He is considered as one of the most famous hackers in India. Additionally, he is the Founder and CEO of Pentester Academy and SecurityTube Training. Consequently, this academics trains people about hacking. Also, Vivek has been the author of many books on the contents related to hacking. The books he published were Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing: Beginner’s Guide, Make your own Hacker Gadget and Backtrack 5: Wireless Penetration Testing.

Thousands of copies of these books were sold worldwide. Also, he is a speaker/trainer at the top security conferences such as Blackhat USA and Europe, DEFCON, Brucon, Hacktivity etc.


3. Sunny Vaghela

Sunny Vaghela is also a popular name in the Indian hackers list. Presently, he is the founder of tech defence, a cyber security firm. Sunny Vaghela completed his graduation from Nirma University. At the age of 18, Sunny made the people aware about the security loop holes. Consequently, these loop holes are in SMS & Call Forging of Mobile Networks. Additionally, he has also launched a site where any complaint related to cyber-crime will be solved.

At the age of 19, he found many of the loopholes such as “Cross Site Scripting” and “Session Hijacking” in Orkut. However, at 20, Sunny helped the Crime Branch in solving many cybercrime-related cases. Also in the cases which were of credit card fraud, phishing, data theft, and many more.


4. Koushik Dutta

Koushik has worked with the top well-known company like Microsoft. He mostly worked and became famous by hacking the Android smartphones. Since Android has a lot of security bugs, Koushik can change it as a benefit for the mobile phone. Currently, Koushik is working with the company Clockwork mod. He is creating a mobile platform that can be used safely with Android users.


7. Benild Joseph

Benild Joseph is 25 year old, Calicut born former director of the Cyber Crime Investigation Bureau in New Delhi. He is also a Security Researcher, TEDx Speaker and Limca Book Record Holder. He has a great experience in the field of computer security in India. He is one of the world’s renowned white hat hackers among the top hackers in India by Microsoft social forum and Silicon Indian Magazine.

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