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Cyber Laws – 12

സൈബർ നിയമങ്ങൾ, സൈബർ കുറ്റകൃത്യങ്ങൾ എന്നീ പ്രധാന ഭാഗങ്ങളുമായി ബന്ധപ്പെട്ട ചോദ്യങ്ങളാണ് ഇന്നത്തെ പാഠത്തിൽ ഉൾപ്പെടുത്തിയിരിക്കുന്നത്.

  • First cyber law in India

IT Act 2000

 

  • IT Act 2000 was enacted on

9th June 2000

 

  • IT Act 2000 came into force on

17th October 2000

 

  • Four types of cyber laws are

Laws relating to digital contracts, digital property, digital rights, and cyber crimes

 

  • The headquarters of Asian school of cyber laws

Pune

 

  • First cyber crime police station in India

Bengaluru

 

  • First cyber post office in India

Chennai

 

  • First cyber forensic laboratory in India

Tripura

 

  • First cyber police station in Kerala

Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram

 

  • No of chapters and sections in IT Act 2000

13 chapters and 94 sections

 

  • Regulatory authority of IT Act 2000

Controller of certifying authority appointed by the central government

 

  • IT regulations 2001 came into force on

9th July 2001

 

  • Cyber offenses according to IT Act 2000

Tampering with computer document, Hacking with a computer system, Intrusion into a protected system, Misrepresentation, Confiscation

 

  • The term Electronic signature was introduced by

IT Act (Amendment) 2008

 

  • IT Amendment Act 2008 giving more focus on

Information Security

 

  • No of chapters and sections in IT Act 2008

124 sections and 14 Chapters

 

  • IT Amendment Act 2008 was passed by the houses of parliament on

23rd and 24th December 2008

 

  • IT Amendment Act 2008 received presidential assent on

5th February 2009

 

  • IT Amendment Act 2008 came into force on

27th October 2009

 

  • According to IT Amendment Act 2008 who is responsible for investigating cyber crimes

Any Police officer not below the rank of deputy superintendent of police (DSP)

 

  • First cybercrime in the World was registered against

Joseph Marie Jacquard

 

  • First cybercrime in India was registered against

Arif Asim

 

  • First Asian country to enforce cyber laws

Singapore

 

  • Nodal agency in India that deals with cyber threats

CERT-IN (Indian Computer Emergency Response Team ICERT)

 

  • CERT-IN was established in

2004

 

  • Who is responsible for blocking websites in India

CERT-IN

 

  • CERT-IN serves as

National agency for incident response

 

  • Tribunal formed to handle the disputes in cyber laws

Cyber Appellate Tribunal (Initially called as Cyber Regulations Appellate Tribunal-CRAT)

 

  • CRAT was established in

2006

 

  • Cybercrime is defined as

A crime in which a computer is the object of the crime

 

  • Cybercrime in which computer is a target

Virus\Worm\Trojan horse attack, Hacking, Denial of Service attack etc

 

  • Cybercrime in which computer is a weapon

IPR violations, credit card frauds, pornography, Cyberterrorism

 

  • Unauthorized access to another person’s company’s data is called

Snooping

 

  • Act of any intentional false communication that harms the reputation of an individual, business, product, government or nation is called

Defamation (Also known as Calumny, Vilification, or Traducement)

 

  • Practice of sending fake emails in the name of reputed companies to retrieve personal information such as passwords and credit card numbers

Phishing

 

  • Counterfeit currency notes, postage and revenue stamps, mark sheets etc can be forged using sophisticated computers, printers and scanners is called as

Forgery

 

  • Impersonation of another person is considering as

Forgery

 

  • Repeatedly sending an email message to a particular address to abuses is called as

Email bombing

 

  • Email bombing is considered as a type of

Denial of Service attack

 

  • Use of emails for sending unsolicited bulk emails (spams) and commercial messages over the internet

Email Spamming

 

  • Creation of email messages with fake sender address to mislead the recipient

Email Spoofing

 

  • Email spamming and phishing users

Email Spoofing

 

  • Technique commonly used to hide the origin of Email message

Email Spoofing

 

  • Email spoofing in India charges the offender for forgery under section

IPC 463

 

  • Portrayal of sexual acts for the purpose of sexual excitement

Pornography

 

  • Persons who intentionally prey upon children are known as

Pedophiles


(To be Continued…)