IAS officer on the target of cyber criminals, cheated using profile picture

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Gwalior News: Cyber ​​thugs are no longer sparing IES officials and are trying to cheat them. IAS profiles are being used by cyber criminals for cheating.

Gwalior: IAS officers have also come on the target of cyber criminals. This is the reason that the cyber criminal attempted cheating using the profile picture of Gwalior Municipal Corporation Commissioner Kishore Kanyal.

Officers suspected Cyber ​​thugs messaged the Amazon gift card by messaging the municipal city planner Pawan Singhal, nodal officer fire brigade Srikanth thorn and zoo curator Gaurav Parihar. Officers suspected when the mobile number was second and he spoke directly to the corporator, showing understanding.

complaint from cyber police The corporator immediately complained to the cyber police in this case. When the cyber police searched the location of this number, it has been found in Jaunpur district of Uttar Pradesh. On this complaint, SP Amit Sanghi has investigated the cyber cell and asked to arrest the accused soon.

Cyber ​​fraud cases are increasing

Cyber ​​fraud cases have increased rapidly in the last few years. These frauds also include many cases of forgery by creating fake or dummy websites. By creating fake websites, thugs trap people in their web in different ways. In many cases the data is hacked and in some money is transferred. Due to lack of information and lack of system catching fake websites, people are also getting caught in the trap of cyber criminals, but now there is news of great relief about it.

Launched website checking tool some time ago

Engineers have launched a website-checking tool, so that you can check before going to a website whether the said site is correct or wrong. According to the information, the special thing about this new tool is that it gives users the option to enter the address of any website, so that it can be checked whether the website is real or scam. In this process, this tool gives a trust score to the website. This tool has been hosted on the website of Internet Safety Group 'Gate Safe Online', which works with Fraud Prevention Service Sifas.

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