Prevention and Control of Cyber Terrorism

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Cyber Terrorism

Terrorism is continually changing. While at the surface, it remains “the calculated use of unlawful violence or threat of unlawful violence to inculcate fear.” In wake of the recent computer attacks, new breed of terrorism is on the rise and our country must defend itself with all possible means. Cyber Terrorism Cyber Terrorism may be defined as “the premeditated use … Read More

WikiLeaks Unveils Poor Password Practice From Sony Hack

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Once again, Sony Pictures is facing a security compromise, and this time it isn’t a North Korean replying to “The Interview.” WikiLeaks has uploaded over 30,000 documents and over 100,000 emails curtailing from last year’s cyber attack on Sony Pictures. It is pretty embarrassing for such a leader in the entertainment industry to not use secure password practices. In fact they … Read More

Some tips to avoid Facebook Identity Theft

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Facebook is the most widely used social networking platform, and hence the most vulnerable one. Most of the identity thefts around the web happens through Facebook, thus you mustn’t hold your guard down for any reason. Here are a few steps that you should follow to avoid such a risk: Security Settings: The default security settings aren’t enough for you … Read More

Pornography and the Indian Law

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In today’s IT era where every hand has the reach to Internet with just a single click, we all are very much vulnerable to Pornography. Porn today is more freely and widely available on Internet than ever before. Younger generation is therefore able to access it very easily and quickly than ever. This leads to the mentality of unemotional sex. … Read More