Stanford student who recovered $27,000 for ransomware victims talks ethical hacking

Yash Dalmia reports: As a high school student, Jack Cable ’21 hacked the Pentagon through a government-sponsored program created to find bugs in Air Force security networks. Upon arriving at Stanford, he set up a bug bounty program and worked with large enterprises to secure their digital systems. In April, he hacked ransomware, saving victims over $27,000. Certainly, Cable isn’t your ordinary student. In 2018, Time Magazine named him among the world’s 25 most influential teens. In his spare time, he consults for the Department of Homeland Security, working to secure election systems. Read more on The Stanford Daily.DataBreaches.netRead More