Top 5 Best Ethical Hackers of Pakistan

Top 5 Best Hackers of Pakistan

  1. Rafay Baloch
  2. Shahmeer Amir
  3. Khurram Javed
  4. Sohaib Jamil
  5. Chaudhry Mansab Ali


  1. Rafay Baloch:

Rafay is an Information Security Expert. He is listed as “The Top 25 Threat Seekers of 2014” and also “The 15 Most fortunate Ethical hackers WorldWide’ by SCmagazine for the issue he uncovered with the Android.

Checkmarkx has also listed Rafay Baloch as the ‘Top 5 Ethical Hackers of World’.

Techjice has listed Rafay Baloch as one of the Pakistan’s 25 high achievers under 25 years of the age. Apart from this Rafay Baloch is also an Author of the Book Called “Ethical Hacking And Pentesting”.

Rafay Baloch efforts has also been featured by many National/International magazines, newspaper and forums, which includes SC magazine, Forbes, Yahoo news, Metasploit, threatpost etc. Rafay Baloch research has been accepted at the international conferences such as CSP, SecureBrasil, Defcamp and also at Blackhat etc.

Biography:Rafay Baloch has been conducting security research for over 6 years. His core research includes bypassing client/server side protections such as WAF and other security mechanisms.

He has also written several papers on information security, named “HTML5 Modern Day Attack Vectors” and “Web Application Firewall Bypass.” Rafay Baloch has helped many organizations find tons of vulnerabilities and has produced hundreds of responsible disclosures.

Rafay Baloch is well known for finding remote code execution vulnerability inside PayPal for which he was awarded. Rafay has also uncovered several zero days in Android browsers, for which Rafay was listed as one of the top 25 threat seekers of 2014 and top 5 ethical hackers of the world by Checkmarkx. Along with it,

Rafay Baloch also is an active participant in bug bounty programs and is listed in many “Halls of Fame” including Google, Facebook Microsoft, Twitter, and Dropbox.



“Top 25 Threat Seekers of 2014 as per SCMAGAZINE”
“Top 5 Ethical Hackers of 2014 by Checkmarkx”
“Accepted Speaker at CSP, Defcamp, Blackhat etc”
“Acknowledged by Google, Facebook, Ebay, Offensive Security etc”


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  1. Shahmeer Amir:

Shahmeer Amir ranked 3rd most accomplished bug hunter worldwide has helped more than 400 organizations including Facebook, Microsoft, Yahoo and Twitter resolve critical security issues in their systems. Following his vision of a more safer internet,

Shahmeer Amir is the Founder and CEO of Pakistan’s Cyber Security startup Veiliux aiming to secure all kinds of organizations.

Shahmeer also holds a relevent certifications in the field of cyber security from renowned organizations like EC-Council, Mile2, ELearn Security etc. By profession, Shahmeer is an electrical engineer working on different IoT products to make the lives of people easier.


“3rd Ranked Bug Bounty Hunter”
“11th Ranked Ethical Hacker worldwide”
“350+ Recognitions worldwide”

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  1. Dr.Khurram Javed:

Khurram Javed is currently serving as Assistant Director at RISE and am primarily responsible for strategic development, planning, analysis and execution of diversified projects for clientele varying from defence, strategic, financial, multi-national and telecommunication/internet security related organizations across the globe.

Khurram Javed is also leading the Penetration Testing and Forensics team at RISE. Working as a Cyber Security Consultant/Analyst i provide pentesting & offensive security training and services to the industry.

Dr.Khurram Javed is also extend my services as Master Trainer (Certified EC-Council Instructor & Cisco Certified Academy Instructor) at the Professional Development Center, RISE. He is been conducting PenTesting, Security Analysis, Digital Forensics & Ethical Hacking trainings nationwide and have mentored over 500 professionals from leading companies across the world.

Khurram is a Certified Ethical Hacker, Computer Hacking Forensics Investigator, EC-Council Certified Security Analyst, Licensed Penetration Tester and am enlisted in the EC-Council’s Roll of Honor.

Dr.Khurram Javed has been attached with academia for over a decade and have served as permanent faculty in many prestigious universities in Pakistan. His active research areas are Wireless Security, Social Engineering, Malware Development & Analysis, BOTNETs, Offensive Security and Digital Forensics.

Spreading Cyber Security awareness is a passion to me and He is enthusiastically volunteer and speak at Cyber Security conferences, symposiums and seminars.

Khurram Javed has also designed multiple Cyber Security training programs targeted towards spreading basic cyber security awareness amongst youth and corporate.

Khurram Javed intend to pursue his professional career in the domain of Cyber Security and thereby contribute towards spreading awareness about security threats and their proactive countermeasures to address and tackle the information security challenges faced in the cyber world.

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4.Sohaib Jamil:

Sohaib Jamil is CEH | Forensics Investigator | Penetration Tester | Information Security Researchers.

Information Security Analyst


– Penetration Testing,
– Vulnerability Assessment

– Digital Forensics,
— Mobile Forensics and reverse engineering
— Windows and Linux Forensics
— Firewall Auditing

– Intrusion Detection/Prevention System testing
– Encrypted traffic analysis
– Security Information and Event Management
– Honeynet deployment and assessment

– Malware Analysis /Reverse Engineering

Good Knowledge About:
– Code review
– Information Systems Auditing,
– Information Security Management System
– Cryptography,

– Applications security..

– Windows Exploitation
– Linux Exploitation
– Web Application Testing
– Malware Analysis

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  1. Chaudhry Mansab Ali:

Chaudhry Mansab is a Penetration Tester and Cyber Security Expert. He is the Founder at Institute of Cyber Security Abbottabad, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi And CEO at C-AtraX.

Chaudhry Mansab In the world of today, nothing is considered 100% secure. Governments, military, corporations, financial institutions, hospitals, and private business amass a great deal of confidential information about their employees, customers, products, research and financial status.

Most of this information is now collected, processed and stored on electronic computers and transmitted across networks to other computers. Many companies and organizations ignore an important aspect in their infrastructures i.e. electronic security.

They place security guards at their office doors to make them secure but often they ignore to secure their company assets such as websites, networks, etc. We believe the fact that nothing can be 100% secure but we also believe that risk can be minimized with proper arrangements.

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