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5-year-old youngest person to qualify as computer specialist

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A computer keyboard is displayed in Sydney on July 9, 2012. Tens of thousands of people around the world whose computers were infected with malware known as DNS Changer last year, may lose their Internet access on July 9 when a US government fix expires, security experts say. The largest number of computers were in the United States (69,000), but more than a dozen countries including Australia, were also believed to have infected computers. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD (Photo credit should read GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)
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A computer keyboard is displayed in Sydney on July 9, 2012. Tens of thousands of people around the world whose computers were infected with malware known as DNS Changer last year, may lose their Internet access on July 9 when a US government fix expires, security experts say. The largest number of computers were in the United States (69,000), but more than a dozen countries including Australia, were also believed to have infected computers. AFP PHOTO / Greg WOOD (Photo credit should read GREG WOOD/AFP/Getty Images)

Ayan Qureshi took the professional IT exam administered by Microsoft and passed it - a month before he turned six.

Six-year-old Ayan Qureshi is the youngest person ever to qualify as a computer specialist.

He took the professional IT exam administered by Microsoft and passed it - a month before he turned six.

The BBC's Ben Geoghegan paid a visit to this uber-prodigy.

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