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Anand Prakash

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Anand Prakash
🏡 ResidenceBangalore Urban
🏳️ Nationality
🎓 Alma materVellore Institute of Technology
💼 Occupation
Ethical Hacker
WorksCEO, Appsecure

'Anand Prakash' is a Bangalore-based ethical hacker. He started his career as a security engineer in Flipkart in 2014.[1] He founded AppSecure,[2][3] a cyber security startup in May 2016. [4]

Prakash was featured in the Forbes "30 under 30 Asia" list.[4] In 2015, Facebook awarded him US$15,000 as bounty for logging in without an account. He received US$5,000 from Uber for booking a free ride and US$4,700 from Tinder.[5] He has also participated in bug bounties for GitHub, Nokia, SoundCloud, Dropbox and PayPal.[6]

Prakash completed his schooling in Bhadra, Rajasthan. In 2008, he moved to Kota to prepare for BTech entrance exams. He graduated in computer science from Vellore Institute of Technology, Chennai.[7]


  1. Laik, Rohan (11 March 2016), "The Bounty Hunter: This 22-year-old Flipkart employee is worth Rs 1.3 crore!", The Economic Times
  2. Whittaker, Zack (20 February 2019), "Uber fixes bug that exposed third-party app secrets", TechCrunch
  3. Christopher, Nilesh (30 September 2018), "Latest Facebook breach piles on India worries", The Economic Times
  4. 4.0 4.1 Thomas, Anu (6 December 2017), "Following Uber, Zomato data breach, ethical hacker Tushar Goel has the key to avoid the next", The Economic Times
  5. Ghosh, Labonita (12 August 2018), "Ethical hackers in Mumbai, Pune and Bengaluru are making a killing bounty-hunting bugs for tech firms", Mumbai Mirror
  6. Mehta, Ivan (7 March 2017), "INTERVIEW: This Indian Hacker Has Earned ₹2.2 Crore By Finding Bugs In Facebook, Twitter, And Other websites", Huffington Post
  7. Sharma, Sriram (4 August 2017), "Anand Prakash, India's bug bounty champ, wants to create a HackerOne rival", factordaily.com

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