Boy (5) discovered a security hole in the Xbox and received an award.
Kristoffer Von Hassel, five-year-old boy from San Diego, he has found a security hole in the Xbox that could cause great inconvenience to many users. The boy managed to log in to his father's account without knowing the password, and is so ashamed of numerous experts at Microsoft who were convinced that this was impossible. Kristoffer is, in fact realized that instead of the required password can type anything, and then in window for checking several times press space bar, and finally 'enter' to play games with his father's 'live' accounts. His father, Robert Davies, an expert in information security, 'hole' is immediately reported Microsoft employees who have solved the problem. The boy they sent four video games, $ 50 and a one-year subscription to 'Xbox Live', but it also included on the official website of Microsoft and signed him as a researcher in the field of security. Interestingly, Kristoffer as a yearling first performed hacker feat realizing he can enter into his dad's cell phone if enough hold button 'home'.