There is no doubt that social media.. makes everyone its slave regardless of age or gender. From waking up in the morning till going to bed at night every…

There is no doubt that social media.. makes everyone its slave regardless of age or gender. Everyone spends time on the internet from the time they wake up in the morning to the time they go to sleep at night. At least one does not eat a full stomach while falling into meditation. There are many reasons for being so intertwined in human life. But Instagram is currently trending in social media. Taking a selfie, uploading it, checking how many likes and comments have been received is the same thing. Not to mention those who make reels. But no matter how updated social media is, there are some bugs in it. Those companies pay huge sums to those who invented them. Recently, a student from Rajasthan saved the social media platform Instagram accounts used by millions of users from being hacked. He received a huge reward for that. Neeraj Sharma from Jaipur, Rajasthan is studying. He uses Instagram in his free time. He used to enjoy watching the reels and photos in it.

In this order, in December last year, he found that there was a bug in the reels segment. He struggled for a month to prove it. Finally achieved the goal. Hackers can easily change the thumbnail of the reels we made without needing a password through this bug. After discovering the bug, Neeraj Sharma immediately informed Facebook and Instagram. Confirmed that this bug is real, Facebook asked to share the demo. Soon Neeraj showed them a reel thumbnail in five minutes.

Bug In Instagram

Bug In Instagram

After a few days, Neeraj received an email from Facebook’s official mail id. He will be rewarded with $45,000 (roughly Rs. 35 lakhs) for finding the bug. Apart from that, another bonus of $4500 (about Rs. 3 lakhs) was also given. Neeraj’s happiness knew no bounds as his Instagram account, which he used for fun, fetched him lakhs of rupees.

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