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Mumbai: FB account ‘hacked’, man claims culprit posted anti-national messages, pictures

In his statement, Kangude said that he had been using his Facebook account since 2010 and only logged in to the account either from his computer at home or mobile phone.

Maharashtra: Tribunal dismisses pleas filed by contract workers

The employees from the cybercrime and tape authentication wing of the FSL had filed an application, demanding that they be allowed to continue in service and their jobs regularised.

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The dark web and how police deal with it

Use of the dark web brings in unique challenges for law enforcement agencies in India and raises questions on the loopholes in the laws in place to govern cybercrime in India

New cyber forensic lab to focus on hackers

Officials said the lab will investigate hacking incidents by tracking the digital footprint of criminals operating in cyberspace

Cyber era: From ease to risks, technical wonder to lifestyle imperative

With rise in internet penetration, cybercrimes are also snowballing. Between 2011 and 2015, the number of cybercrimes has gone up 5 times in India

MHA charts out course for law, police officers to tackle cybercrime better

The MHA has written to state governments, urging them to share cases of “phone fraud” and spread awareness on such crimes.

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Kandivali pharmaceutical firm duped of Rs 17 lakh

1 booked for cheating, impersonation

Smartphone may help detect, fight cybercrime: Study

A new study has shown that since each smartphone has its own set of microscopic flaws, identifying a smartphone from an image can help detect cybercrimes, and catch cyber criminals.

Your smartphone can help fight cybercrime; here's how

Taking cue from tiny variations in the smartphone camera's sensors, a team of researchers has discovered how to identify smartphones by examining just one photo taken by the device.

Germany's cyber agency chief wants authorities to hack back during cyber threats: Report

The new president of Germany's cyber security agency told Der Speigel magazine that agencies should be able to respond to attempted hacks by hacking back.

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