Though the incident occurred in January, the BSF jawan on Friday lodged a formal complaint with the cyber police station in Bhubaneswar after making an online complaint.
Tech advances bring both opportunities and scams. Beware of job, romance, investment, SMS/email, charity, and iPhone scams. Stay vigilant, avoid unknown links, and prioritise security measures.
As per reports, Shivani (name Changed), a 38-year-old resident of Vasanthnagar, Bengaluru faced a financial crisis after her regular purchase turned into a nightmare.
GenAI is occupying significant headspace of security leaders as another challenge to manage, but also offers an opportunity to harness its capabilities to augment security at an operational level.
As per reports, Prabhat is an IT professional and was operating an office in Bhubaneswar. It was alleged that Prabhat had hacked a government website.
With a 10 times increase in attacks, software-as-a-service (SaaS) companies in India emerged as key targets for cybercriminals due to the high-value customer data they store, according to the report by Indusface, a TCGF II (Tata Capital) funded application security company.
The police have recovered some mobile phones, Rs 2 lakh cash and some incriminating documents from him which reportedly have names and numbers of around 200 persons from around the country. It is suspected that all these 200 persons were targeted by Maiti.
As per reports, he got a call from a man who identified himself as an Indian Army officer. The fraudster then told Prashant that a team of Indian Army officers would stay in Paradip for 15 days. They would need 15 kg of chicken every day for food and asked Prashant if he could supply them the same.
The police are on the lookout for the arrested woman’s husband, the prime suspect in the case, who is absconding. He is reportedly a Diploma holder.
Criminals running extortion rackets and cyber frauds are the biggest users of such pre-activated SIM cards. Such SIM cards also have huge adverse national security implications as those are used by terrorist and insurgent groups, said former Odisha DGP BK Sharma
Senior police officials informed that after activation, the miscreants were selling the SIM cards to cyber criminals in Jharkhand, Bihar and Rajasthan. The cybercriminals subsequently used the pre-activated SIM cards to dupe people across the country.
The researchers referred to this massive data leak as the 'Mother of All Breaches' (MOAB), saying it was the biggest data leak found to date.
Bhubaneswar Cyber Police on Friday arrested a person for creating a fake ID of a woman on a matrimonial site and duping a user.
Be careful while responding to messages promising lucrative offers on your Telegram app. Or else, you could be the next victim caught in the net of cybercriminals.
Researchers have uncovered a hack that lets hackers access people's Google accounts without needing their passwords.