Google Privacy Policy – Nuance between Good and Bad

Rachiyta JainCyber Security, Law2 Comments

Google Privacy Policy – Nuance between Good and Bad In our everyday life it bemuses us if someone knows our name while we don’t know a thing about them.  Ever wondered how it would be like if someone just knocked up at your door one day and goes on telling your name, address (obviously that’s where he is standing), work … Read More

Cyber Security Threats in 2015 – The Indian Story

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Cyber Security Threats in 2015 – The Indian Story There is a lot of buzz about what is going to happen in the year 2015 in the cyberspace. As far as technology goes, we are definitely hitting the cloud big time, newer credit card technologies, better encryption, new backends and more secure systems. And when we talk about crime there’s a … Read More

Minimum Age to Use Social Networks in India

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It is clear that India is no longer bound by states virtually. We strive to be more united and connected virtually to the people in our lives. Social media websites have turned out to be one of the ‘coolest’ places for kids and means of socializing for their busy parents. But where are we actually taking this virtual life of … Read More

Network Sniffing and Security Measures

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Network Sniffing in Detail and Security Measures Sniffing is a common word in the everyday tongue. How about Network Sniffing as a cyber security jargon? Most of the people who are into this field know about this concept of sniffing. Let us get to understand what it really is, from the scratch. It is the most commonly used trick you … Read More

Digital Evidence Law India and all about Anvar v Basheer

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Digital Evidence Section 65 Indian Evidence Act

Digital evidence acquisition is a very complex task because of the nature of digital evidence. If we were speaking only one side of the coin, we would just end up there, the forensics, technology and woohoo’s of acquiring evidence by forensics. Won’t you believe that only half the battle is won? The law about digital evidence varies from country to country. As … Read More

Windows Artifacts and Forensics- The Cyber Blog India

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Windows Artifacts Forensics Artifacts.. Sounds like what? Let us leave to the thought. Why artifacts are important? * 91.8% traffic comes from computers using Windows as their Operating System. * As an examiner or a practitioner, most likely you will encounter a system that runs Windows. Artifacts, Technically speaking for an examiner are the mines he can mint for data. … Read More

The Cyber Forensics Guide

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Cyber Forensics Timeline

 The Cyber Forensics Guide Cyber Forensics is a subject which does need some explanation and digging to do. To begin with, you must have that analytic bandwidth in you. For these purposes you must master over reading the bits 0’s and 1’s of the computer and the Boolean Logic. Having said that, it is not a child’s play to carry on … Read More

Seven Must Have Internet Privacy and Online Security Tools- India

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Seven must have Internet Privacy and Online Security Tools Information security and Internet privacy today has become one of the greatest concerns among most of the people. Why? Mostly because(As far as India is concerned), there is no central law about Internet privacy. There was the most recent ‘right to be forgotten’ initiative in Europe but sadly that didn’t make any winds … Read More

How Private is your information?

Nitish ChandanCyber Security

privacy, privateinfo, socialmedia, safety, India, stalking

Your Social Media Analysis We might have often heard how unsafe it is to put your private information out in the public. Social Media, Fill in forms and such things but we never listen, do we? The images below illustrate how and what all private information are we sharing with the world, w e don’t even know who is viewing … Read More