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Twitter Paid $10000 To Indian Hacker, Know Why
Micro-blogging website Twitter recently paid a bounty of $10,080 (Rs. 6,70,000 approximately) to an Indian hacker for identifying security fault in its video-sharing service- Vine.

Micro-blogging website Twitter recently paid a bounty of $10,080 (Rs. 6,70,000 approximately) to an Indian hacker for identifying security fault in its video-sharing service- Vine.

According to reports, Avinash Singh, who goes by the name of ‘avicoder’, uncovered a loophole in Twitter’s video-sharing service that allowed him to to access thr cache of the code online easily.

Singh was able to download a Docker image containing complete source-code of Vine as he searched for vulnerabilities.

He reported the loophole to Twitter in March, follwoing which the micro-blogging site awarded him the grand prize of $10,080.