Babar Iqbal started his career in technology at the age of five. He was born in Dera Ismail Khan. He had a lot of promise and launched the globe on an unending path of record-breaking and achievement. Two labourers, Amanullah and Mohammad Arshad, were slain, and Babar Iqbal was charged with their murders by Qayyumabad’s Cantt Police Station some years later.
He has multiple world records, including those for Microsoft Certified Professional, Professional Computer Record Holder, CIWA, MSP, CWNA, and MCTS. Furthermore, his research was authorised by the ninth IEE International Conference. Pakistan is proud of its talented young.
According to the details, Babar Iqbal took the Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) exam and set a global record by earning an astounding 80% on it. He has the global record for the youngest person in the computer business and has qualified for the trainers’ programme.
In an interview with APP, Babar Iqbal emphasised his goal to advance in the field of computers. He also stated that by breaking three world records, he had distinguished himself for his country and was receiving offers from a variety of well-known US organisations. Babar Iqbal, a Microsoft-certified software engineer who achieved various records in 2009, has been charged with two murders relating to a land dispute in DI Khan, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
His research was accepted in the 8th IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (Innovations’12). In his first research paper in the subject of digital forensic science, he discussed his new approach to Apple iDevice Forensics (iPhone, iPod,iPad). After the 8th IEEE International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology IIT’12 validated their paper, he was invited to talk at the aforementioned conference.
It just takes a few minutes to image the iDevice using this method, which differs from previous methods in that it does not require jailbreaking. This novel approach might be used by law enforcement to collect valuable digital forensic evidence such as user contacts, call history, emails, messages, photographs and videos, documents, GPS data, and mobile phone tower logs. The device’s location at any one time can also be triangulated using mobile tower data.
In this regard, Qayyumabad’s Cantt Police Station has filed a FIR against Babar Iqbal, who was dubbed a “genius cyber youngster” after becoming the youngest Microsoft-Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS) at the age of 12 in Dubai.
According to police, Amanullah and Mohammad Arshad, two employees from Dhofar’s Paharpur neighbourhood, were assaulted and critically injured by unidentified persons on Friday (Dec. 30), and both men died at the scene.
According to SHO Muhammad Saleem, Babar Iqbal’s family was embroiled in a land dispute over a home plot. He further stated that Muhammad Sajid, whose father was allegedly shot while working on a construction site, had filed a complaint against him.
In 2012, he was named the Youngest Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) at age 11, the Youngest Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) at age 10.
According to the police, Iqbal is the subject of an investigation. They said that Mehboob and Iqbal disagreed about who was the real owner of a plot of property in the Qayyum Nawaz Colony. According to Cantt police SHO Mohammad Salim, the deceased Amanullah was Mehboob’s employee and lived on the specified site.
Babar began firing at other employees on-site, killing two of them, including Muhammad Sajid’s father. He and his mother and sister left the site of the crime. At the ages of 10, 11, and 12, respectively, Babar Iqbal was certified as a Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA) and as the youngest Microsoft Student Partner (MSP) Technology Specialist (MCTS) in.NET 3.5. Former President Asif Ali Zardari also lauded him as a Certified.
He stated that according to the complaint submitted by Muhammad Sajid, his father Amanullah was engaged in construction work at the residence when Babar Iqbal allegedly arrived and shot him. Iqbal was further accused with firing indiscriminately at others present, stating that they were collaborating with their opponents. At least two persons were murdered as a consequence.
According to SHO Saleem, “The suspect left after committing the murder with his mother and sister.” On August 5, 2009, he also earned praise from Asif Ali Zardari, who was the president at the time. For those who wish to prove their expertise in a particular Microsoft technology, there is a professional certification called Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist.