The Golroted Trojan spyware is increasingly targeting small and medium businesses to steal their financial login credentials and other confidential data. The targeted organizations include Government agencies and private organizations that perform ... NewsR.in, 1 month ago
Now the processing of return filed will be through your Aadhaar Number, where, you can link it with your PAN and get rid of sending ITR V to CPC, Bangalore. In the new process, a one time password (OTP) will be generated after uploading your return. With the help of this OTP, you can verify your ITR filed and there will be no need to send Acknowledgement to Bangalore. From the Assessment Year 2015-16, an option is given to the taxpayer to verify their return of income via Electronic ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Now use OTP to file online income tax returns Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
The 25-year-old telecom engineer from Lahore says his employer had 'no idea' of his secret cyber life and his recent exploits “My friends used to call me Mak Man. It was like a nick name,” says Mukarram Khalid. Khalid (bottom, left) is the man behind the hack handle Mak Man, which has caught the imagination of the cyberspace recently exposing cracks in the information security architecture of Gaana.com, a music download portal run by media behemoth Timesgroup. “In 2007, there ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
The website of the Prime Minister's Office has got a fresh look.The new look website, unveiled today on the first anniversary of Narendra Modi government, has a section by which anyone can directly reach the Prime Minister by writing an email."Write to the Prime Minister," it says while giving the option of 'Login/Register/Lost Password/Resend Activation Mail'.The website then has a section named 'Our Government' which has sub-sections of the President of India, Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, Cabinet ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
One should do simple things like downloading from right sites and avoid staying logged on. Technology has been making banking instant and convenient. To make it even more user-friendly, many banks have recently offering fund transfers to customers’ contacts in social media. Last week, Axis Bank launched PingPay, a multi-social payment app that allows customers to send money to their contacts across Facebook, Whatsapp, Twitter, SMS or e-mail. Kotak Mahindra Bank and ICICI Bank, too, offer ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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