As we all know that a hacker is someone who seeks and exploits weaknesses in a computer system or computer network. Hackers may be motivated by a multitude of reasons, such as profit, protest, challenge, enjoyment, or to evaluate those weaknesses to assist in removing them. So, meet the world’s most interesting and dangerous child hackers.

Meet The World’s 5 Most Dangerous Child Hackers

As we all know that computers can be protected through well build software and hardware. Such as having a powerful internal synergy of properties of the software complexity can block software crash and security failure and the hacker is someone who seeks and exploits weaknesses in a computer system or computer network. Hackers may be motivated by a multitude of reasons, such as profit, protest, challenge, enjoyment, or to evaluate those weaknesses to assist in removing them.

Kristoffer Von Hassel (5 years)

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Kristoffer von Hassel is the world’s youngest known hacker and notable for being the youngest “security researcher” listed on tech giant Microsoft’s Security Techcenter as having exposed a security vulnerability. Specifically, Kristoffer was able to bypass the authentication screen of Xbox Live, hence, manage to access games that theoretically could not accessible.

Reuben Paul (9 years)

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9 years, Reuben Paul is already a renowned ethical hacker. Without going any further, he drew the attention of the media world by demonstrating how he was able to steal all data from an Android phone (contacts, call logs and household goods), in just 15 minutes.

Currently, Reuben is the CEO of Prudent Games, the company specializes in developing educational games. As his creations teach children, for example, how to build a truly effective password (Cracker proof) or how an attack works by brute force (Crack Me If You Can). It is also he who hides behind the nickname ‘The Rapstar’ in the famous hacker circles.


Betsy Davies (7 years)

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Betsy Davies, a seven-year-old British girl who demonstrates how easy it is to hack an open WiFi network. In an experiment carried out by the Channel 5 News and Virtual Private Network (VPN) provider Hidemyass.com, the little 7 years old hacked the WiFi network to steal traffic from one of its members just within 10 minutes and 54 seconds only.


An Unkown Canadian Hacker (12 years)

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A news media Toronto Sun mentioned a report that a student of fifth grade in Montreal was responsible for the Denial-of-Service (DoS), spoofing and even defacement attacks on the various sites of the police and the government. The 12-year-old boy caused damage of more than $60,000 and held several sites out of service for days to name Anonymous.

ACK-iTech Sky“is a 15 years Austrian hacker and in a very short time, he became one of the best hackers in a forum that gave points for each successful attack. ACK! 3STX successfully entered the sites of 259 companies in less than three months until the software failed and was later discovered and arrested by the Austrian police.

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