Amjed Qabha spends most of his time on his computer, probing it to discover loopholes in websites.
Working hard inside Al Quds Open University, he had received a letter from the Pentagon informing him that his name has been registered on the list of honor following his discovery of a flaw in the Pentagon’s website.
Amjed barely finished 80 hours of school in five years of college because he had to work as a construction worker. He devotes his time to his hobby as a white hat or a sheriff looking for gaps in websites of international organizations.
So far, Amjed has discovered about 48 loopholes in the world.
Black hats are hackers looking for loopholes to exploit to their own interests, but white hats are looking for loopholes to warn big corporations and companies about.
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