This Ethical Hacker Booked A Flight From India To US For Re. 1 And That’s Just Not It!
This is not a story of a young coincidence that exploits a ruling in its favor.
The story of how a responsible hacker exploded on many websites, detected security vulnerabilities and instead of using them for their own benefit, he informed the respective companies.
It is a little disappointing because hardly any of them (except Air India) awarded it with respect, recognition or money.
An ethical hacker is “something for something” Kanishk Sajnani. He was hacked into many portals, found numerous errors in security systems and ethically informed sites concerned about it.
Sharing his experience in Media, Kanishk wrote stories of his history of piracy involving piracy in Air India, SpiceJet, Cleartrip and a few other sites in India. In his own words, he did it all in a month.
“I have never stated for any conclusions from all its people. I do now because their applications have been updated and the robots have been removed.
In a very detailed first-person account, Sajnani reveals how he managed to book a flight to San Francisco to re re booked another flight for Rs 4 and got a refund Rs 2000 has booked a free spa and got a refund of Rs 1199 and his Free biryanis history too.
In 2015, an error was found on the Air India portal and booked a seat on a flight from the United States for only Re 1. Yes! I could travel the world for free. But did he do this? Nah! Instead, he wrote them an email (November 4, 2015) informing them of the error. But a call on hold.