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Ankit Fadia was born on 24 May, 1985 in Indian, is an Indian author and speaker. At 35 years old, Ankit Fadia height not available right now. We will update Ankit Fadia's height soon as possible.

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Occupation Author & speaker
Age 35 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 24 May 1985
Birthday 24 May
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Nationality Indian

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Ankit Fadia Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ankit Fadia worth at the age of 35 years old? Ankit Fadia’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Indian. We have estimated Ankit Fadia's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

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2013

In 2013, Ankit Fadia started a YouTube show Geek On the Loose in collaboration with PING networks where he shared technology-related tips, tricks and apps. The show was based on situations mentioned in his book FASTER: 100 Ways To Improve Your Digital Life. The show has got more than 750,000+ views on YouTube.

2012

A number of his claims regarding his achievements have been disputed by others within the security industry, and he was mocked with a "Security Charlatan of the Year" award at DEF CON 20 in 2012. Attrition.org also reviewed his alleged credentials and included him on their Security Charlatans list, calling into question the veracity of his marketing statements. He has been accused of plagiarism in his work. His claims of hacking feats have since been trashed by many magazines.

In 2012, DEF CON awarded him with the "Security Charlatan of the Year" award citing him to be a fraudster and his presentations outdated. The website attrition.org mentions him as a security charlatan and accuses him of plagiarism in his work

In 2012, Dell India partnered with Ankit Fadia to create a series of nearly 50 videos, each of 1 minute duration to show tips and tricks for the use of computers and mobile phones. These videos were shown on the Dell India Facebook page with an average of one video per week. People also had the opportunity to ask tech queries of Fadia on topics like photography, video making, music composing, navigation assistance, gaming, messaging and others.

2009

In 2009, Fadia stated that he was working in New York as an Internet security expert for "prestigious companies". Fadia also endorsed the Flying Machine jeans brand of Arvind Mills.

Fadia's own website has been hacked multiple times. In 2009, he blamed the defacement on a vulnerability in the servers of his webhost net4india. Independent security experts contested his claim, stating that the problem was a loophole in his own website's code, His website was hacked by an Indian hacker Himanshu Sharma, where he accepted the challenge from Ankit Fadia. In 2012, his website was defaced twice by hackers. In the first instance, the hackers rubbished his claims and stated that he was fooling people. Another hacker compromised it in response to a challenge that was issued by Fadia on the Tech Toyz show on CNBC-TV18.

In October 2009 MTV India announced the launch of Fadia's new TV show on MTV called MTV What the Hack!', where Fadia gave tips on how to make use of the Internet, and answered people's questions. Internet users could email their problems to MTV India and Fadia gave them a solution on the show.

2008

In 2008 he started a television show on MTV India called "What The Hack", which he co-hosted with José Covaco. In this show Fadia gave tips on how to make good use of the Internet and answered people's technology-related questions. In 2013, Ankit Fadia started a YouTube show Geek On the Loose, in collaboration with PING networks, where he shared technology-related tips and tricks. The show has got more than 750,000+ views on YouTube.

2003

In 2003, he claimed to have infiltrated a group of hackers and stated that the Pakistani intelligence agencies were paying "Westerners" to deface Indian websites with anti-India or pro-Pakistan content.

2002

In 2002, Fadia claimed that at the age of 17, he had defaced the website of an Indian magazine, Subsequently, he named the magazine as the Indian edition of CHIP magazine, and stated that the editor had offered him a job when informed about the defacement. In 2012, the Forbes India executive editor Charles Assisi (who was editor of CHIP India at the time of the supposed incident), denied that such an incident ever took place after verifying with his predecessor and successor at the magazine as well.

In a 2002 interview published on rediff.com, and online Hacking with Mashup(Sourav) from Bongaon, Kolkata, he stated that at the age of 16, he foiled an attempt by the Kashmiri separatist hackers to deface an Indian website. He stated he gathered information about the attackers, eavesdropped on their online chat using one of their identities, and then mailed the transcript to a US spy organisation that had hired him. He did not divulge the name of the organization he worked for, citing security reasons. The Pakistani hacker group Anti-India Crew (AIC) questioned Fadia's claims: along with WFD, the AIC hacked the Indian government website epfindia.gov.in, dedicating it to Fadia, mocking his capabilities. AIC also announced that it would be defacing the website of the CBEC (www.cbec.gov.in) within the next two days, and challenged Fadia to prevent it by patching the vulnerability.

1985

Ankit Fadia (born 24 May 1985) is an Indian author, speaker, television host, and self-proclaimed "BLACK HAT hacker" of computer systems, whose skills and ethics have been debated. His work mostly involves OS and networking based tips and tricks, proxy websites and making people think that he is a hacker.