संगनकीय गुन्हे करण्याच्या आरोपींच्या कार्यपध्दती (Modus Operandi)

संगनकीय गुन्हे करण्याच्या आरोपींच्या कार्यपध्दती (Modus Operandi)

भारतातील सायबर गुन्ह्याचे अनेक प्रकार आहेत, आणि गुन्हेगार अनेकदा त्यांचे सामान्य जनतेस लुटण्याचे मनसुबे पार पाडण्यासाठी विविध आधुनिक तंत्रांचा तसेच तंत्रज्ञानाचा वापर करतात. (सदरची माहीती तांत्रीक स्वरूपाची असल्याणे ती आपनापर्यत जशीच्या तशी पोहचावी करीता इंग्रजी भाषेत देत आहोत. ):-

  1. Phishing: This is a type of cyber attack where criminals send emails or messages that appear to be from a legitimate source, such as a bank or an online retailer, to trick people into sharing sensitive information like passwords, credit card numbers, or social security numbers.

  2. Social engineering: In this method, cyber criminals use psychological manipulation to trick people into giving them access to sensitive information. For example, they may call or message a person posing as a customer service representative or IT support and ask for their login credentials.

  3. Malware: This is a type of software that is designed to harm a computer system or steal data. Cyber criminals may distribute malware through email attachments, malicious websites, or social media.

  4. Ransomware: This is a type of malware that encrypts a victim’s files and demands a ransom payment in exchange for the decryption key. Ransomware attacks have become increasingly common in India in recent years.

  5. Identity theft: Cyber criminals may steal a person’s personal information, such as their name, address, and social security number, and use it to open credit accounts or make fraudulent purchases.

  6. Online scams: Online scams are another common modus operandi of cyber criminals in India. These scams can take on many forms, such as fake job offers, lottery scams, or investment scams. The criminal may ask the victim to provide money or personal information in exchange for a promised reward, which never materializes.

  7. Cyberstalking and harassment: This involves using the internet to stalk, intimidate, or harass someone. Cyberstalking can take many forms, such as sending threatening emails or messages, spreading false rumors online, or hacking into a person’s social media accounts.

  8. Social engineering: Social engineering is a technique that cyber criminals use to trick people into revealing sensitive information. For example, a criminal might call the victim, pretending to be a customer service representative, and ask for login credentials or other personal information.

  9. Denial-of-service (DoS) attacks: This involves flooding a website or network with traffic to overwhelm it, making it unavailable to users.

  10. Cyberbullying: Cyberbullying is a form of harassment that takes place online. The criminal may use social media, messaging apps, or other online platforms to harass or intimidate the victim.

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