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Online Financial Frauds

In the present context, the world is passing through trying circumstances  No doubt, with the massive increase in social media due to lower interest tariffs and availability of smart phones devices has lead to massive economic growth and social development.  On the contrary, there has been exponential rise in hate speech, fake news, anti-national activities, defamatory posts and messages can create violence and other unlawful activities using the internet and social media platforms.

This is an opportune time for hackers to make the most.  They are preying on the fears of COVID-19.  These days, online demands have increased.  To save oneself on the cyber fraud, it is important to know how to protect UPI transactions.

For hackers, the prime targets are small banks as well as small financial organizations that are likely to pay ransomware then accepting the loss of data.

If you are keen to know more about cybercrimes and social media, a fine opportunity is awaiting for you. You may log on to the website of Cyberlaw University www.cyberlawuniversity.com and clear your doubts. Further while going through the website, you may come across other courses that you would probably like to view.

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