Lê Mỹ Quỳnh has been honoured by the US technology corporation for finding nine holes in its security system. — Photos courtesy of Lê Mỹ Quỳnh HÀ NỘI — A student in Hà Nội, has been honoured by the US technology corporation Oracle for finding nine holes in its security system. This year alone, Lê Mỹ Quỳnh, found five vulnerabilities – all rated as serious or extremely serious. The research results have been included in her graduate thesis on deserialisation vulnerabilities in Java language, for which she got the A plus score. With the GPA of 3.5 out of 4.0 within five years of studying, Quỳnh, 23, has been honoured as the valedictorian of the Academy of Cryptography Techniques in mid-November. Giving up scholarship Quỳnh said she decided to pursue technology because she was inspired by her father, who was an alumnus of the Academy of Cryptography Techniques. "I was exposed to computers quite early when I was just a little girl,” she told the online newspaper vietnamnet.vn. “I often opened the hardware to see what was inside. When I was older, my dad started to show me how to code. That's how I've got the feeling that I am more… Read full this story
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