Kamakshi Sharma, 25, a resident of Ghaziabad, has registered her name in the “World Book of Records” for making people aware of cybercrime prevention and training 50,000 police personnel.
Kamakshi converted the hobby of hacking friends’ IDs into her profession and now she is training people in cybercrime.
Presently after registering her name in the “World Book of Records”, the daughter of Ghaziabad has become a worldwide phenomenon.
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Kamakshi completed a 35-day mission from Jammu to Kanyakumari in 2019 in which police personnel was tested on how to deal with cybercrime. IPS officers also participated in this test.
Kamakshi believes that when hackers can cheat by hacking, why can’t the police catch them? Keeping this in mind, I converted my hacking into an investigation and started working with police officers.
Kamakshi told IANS that, “While doing B. Tech in 2017, she became fond of hacking, her friends used to give her contract to hack their own friends’ IDs. Everyone in college started recognizing her that she does hacking, while slowly she started strengthening her hacking skills.
(Written with inputs from IANS)