Islamabad - Roots Millennium Schools’ Youngest Security Researcher, Millennial Irfad Imtiaz, student of ‘AS’ Level from Millennium Campus I-9/3, was titled as Youngest Microsoft Security Researcher. Irfad reported the first potential security bug in Microsoft back in 2013 at the age of only 15 and got his name listed in TechNet’s Hall of Fame.

After joining the Microsoft Virtual Academy in 2012 at the age of 14 years, Irfad has completed 7 programming courses and has been top student from Pakistan for two consecutive months in 2013. Microsoft highly praised this young Millennial’s talent and passion for his field and offered him internship at Washington, USA. Irfad is also offered a paid internship in Visa Inc. Head Office in California.

Irfad has reported a total of 2 Cross Site Scripting potential bugs in Microsoft’s security at the age of less than 17 and has been titled as the youngest Microsoft Security researcher by Microsoft. He along with a friend has been working on a making a Linux distro which was reviewed by CNET and he got a call for live podcast with CNET’s reporter. Millennial Irfad’s talent is highly appreciated at Roots Millennium Schools where he gave trainings to fellow students about Microsoft courses.