10 Famous Ethical Hackers in India You Need to Know in 2022

Famous Ethical Hackers, India’s top ten ethical hackers must be recognized in 2022.

Famous Ethical Hackers
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Computer networks, servers, and systems can only be hacked by a skilled hacker who can identify security flaws and vulnerabilities. Because not everyone is capable of hacking, hackers are extremely uncommon around us.

Regarding the Indian hacking scene, there have been a number of hackers and cyber security professionals who have earned the title of renowned ethical hackers. Here are the top ten most well-known ethical hackers in India that you should be aware of in 2022.

1. Ankit Fadia

Ankit Fadia is an Indian author, speaker, television host, and self-proclaimed “Indian ethical hacker” whose computer skills and ethics have been the subject of extensive debate. When Ankit was younger, he enjoyed discovering new things on the internet. Once he discovered an article on ethical hacking, he found it to be extremely intriguing. The rest is now history, and you all know what transpired afterward.

Macmillan India published Ankit’s first hacking book, “Ethical hacking,” when he was only 14 years old. This book was a best-seller during its time period. His hacking skills evolved significantly over time, and he considered employing them for the benefit of the people. That’s when he decided to pursue a career in ethical hacking. In India, Ankit Fadia is now remembered as a renowned ethical hacker.

2. Vivek Ramachandran

Vivek Ramachandran is a name that immediately comes to mind whenever we discuss renowned hackers in India. He is also the founder and chief executive officer of Pentester Academy and SecurityTube Training, which teach people about ethical hacking.

In addition, Vivek is the author of numerous books on ethical hacking-related topics. His published works include Kali Linux Wireless Penetration Testing: Beginner’s Guide, Make Your Own Hacking Device, and Backtrack 5: Wireless Penetration Testing.

These books have received a 5-star rating on Amazon from readers, and thousands of copies have been sold across the globe. Vivek Ramachandran is also a frequent trainer and speaker at prestigious security conferences such as Blackhat USA and Europe, DEFCON, Brucon, Hacktivity, etc.

3. Sunny Vaghela

Sunny Vaghela is also a prominent name on the list of Indian hackers. He is currently the founder of tech defense labs, a cyber security company, and he graduated from Nirma University.

At the age of 18, Sunny made people aware of SMS & Call Forging vulnerabilities in Mobile Networks. In addition, he launched a website where any cybercrime-related complaint could be resolved.

At the age of 19, he discovered vulnerabilities such as “Cross-Site Scripting” and “Session Hijacking” in Orkut, a once-popular social networking website.

At age 20, Sunny assisted the Ahmedabad Crime Branch in solving numerous cybercrime-related cases, including credit card fraud, phishing, data theft, several Orkut fake profiles impersonation, espionage case, and many others.

4. Koushik Dutta

Koushik has worked for reputable organizations such as Microsoft. He rose to prominence primarily through hacking Android smartphones. Since the Android operating system has numerous security flaws and vulnerabilities, Koushik is very familiar with its benefits.

Koushik is currently working with Clockwork mod and developing a mobile platform that Android users can use safely.

5. Rahul Tyagi

Rahul Tyagi has more than five years of hacking experience. He earned a master’s degree in computer science and is an expert in cybersecurity. Rahul has conducted more than one hundred hacking training sessions across the globe.

In India, he has served numerous cyber security and anti-hacking organizations. Rahul is currently employed by Vice President Lucideus, where he has developed the Safe Me platform, which aims to provide security and hacking awareness.

6. Trishneet Arora

Trishneet Arora is referred to as a hacker hero. In addition to being an expert hacker, he is an accomplished Indian author, cyber security expert, and entrepreneur.

Many of Arora’s books on cyber security, ethical hacking, and web defense are available for purchase on Amazon. Currently, he is the founder and CEO of TAC Security, an IT security company.

7. Sangeet Chopra

Sangeet Chopra is one of India’s most popular hackers. In addition to being an ethical hacker, he is a specialist in IT security and a public speaker.

Sangeet Chopra has also led numerous cyber security workshops worldwide. Currently, he serves as an information security consultant for the company Cybercure Technologies Private Limited.

He has excellent communication skills and extensive knowledge of cyber security.

8. Sai Sathish

Sai Satish is a young entrepreneur, Indian hacker, and the founder and chief executive officer of Indian Servers.

He instructs thousands of college students and professionals worldwide on cyber security. Sathish has frequently assisted the government in enhancing the security of numerous official websites.

In addition, he has performed pen testing for web server security, safe online transactions, and forensic investigation, for which IAS officers have also recognized him.

9. Falgun Rathod

Falgun has aided in the resolution of numerous complex cybercrime cases. Currently, he works for the OWASP foundation as a chapter leader.

His image also appears in the Top Security Experts section of International Security Magazine. Falgun Rathod raised cyber security awareness among Indian citizens.

India Today and Silicon India have ranked him among the top ten ethical hackers in India.

10. Aseen Jakhar

Aseen Jakhar is a renowned OSI (Open-Source India) Speaker and Open Security Researcher.

He has worked on numerous security products and instruments, including IBM ISS Proventia, the Mirapoint messaging/security application, anti-virus software, multicast packet reflector, and the UTM appliance. Aseen is also an excellent public speaker who has spoken at Black hat EU, Defcon, and Hack.

lu, Xcon, IBM security ISACA Bangalore security conferences, among others. In the world of hacking and security, he is a well-known figure, and he is the founder of NULL (the open security community), which is the largest security community in India.

Null Community’s primary objective is to raise awareness of cyber vulnerabilities and improve security.

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