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Kareena Kapoor’s income tax account hacker arrested by Mumbai Police

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment January 3, 2017

Recently Kareena Kapoor’s income tax account was hacked and now Mumbai Police arrest that hacker. The accused wanted to get Kareena’s personal mobile number so he hacked her IT account, they said. An employee of Central paramilitary forces was arrested by the cyber police in Mumbai for accessing Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor’s Income Tax e- […]

Cashless economy? Donald Trump believes no computer is safe

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment January 3, 2017

US President-elect Donald Trump believes computers are not safe and it is better to follow your conventional methods when it comes to dealing with sensitive information or subject. According to the reviews in the US press, while getting together with reporters on the New Year event, Trump said that no computer was safe. Information reports […]

Google India holds workshop on cyber safety

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment December 30, 2016

The workshop was proportionately structured based on four segments specifically – avoiding online scams, social media safety, controlling digital footprint and recognition of safe online content. With the incessant surge of cases pertaining to cyber bully and criminal offense, Google India in the recent times held a workshop for students online safety and security. “Google […]

14 cyber crime cases this year, none cracked

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment December 30, 2016

Government making all efforts to popularise cashless transactions but the police here are struggling to crack the financial frauds and online scams. The cyber crime department of the location law enforcement has registered 14 accidents this year. With the exception of two, the rest of the 12 are financial scams made by targeting naive people, […]

Cyber crime: Hurdles Delhi Police face

By Prempal Singh 0 Comment December 28, 2016

Cyber crime is on the growing stage. Delhi Police, while signing up cases for computer-related accidents and for online publishing of sexually offensive content, often finds itself hard-pressed to prove these offenses in court. This past year, Delhi Police registered 77 FIRs under the Information Technology Act but could make arrests and file demand sheets […]

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