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Cyber Offences Quiz by Ministry of Education and Information Technology | Government Free Certificate

Cyber Offences Quiz by Ministry of Education and Information Technology | Government Free Certificate

Hi learners, I am back with an amazing opportunity for you where you will get a government certification on Cyber Offences organized by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY).

Terms and Conditions:

  • Please enter your name correctly as same will be displayed on certificate.
  •  Users who scores 50% or above marks are eligible for getting certificate within maximum of 3 attempts.

Here are the Questions and Answers:

  • Cyber stalking
  • Cyber bullying
  • Online Trolling
  • Doxxing
  • Child pornography
  • Stealing data from computer
  • Punishement for cheating by personation by using computer resource
  • Forgery
  • Share the videos publicly with everyone
  • Share the videos Privately and restrict the privacy settings to ‘friends only’
  • Do not share private videos at all online.
  • None of the above
  • *Cover or switch off the webcam when not in use *Use VPN
  • *Use updated software *secure your wifi with password
  • *Avoid clicking on suspicious links *run a security scans regularly
  • All the above
  • E-mail id ; mobile number; address is sufficient.
  • No documents are required we can file a complaint without any documents.
  • Soft/hard copies of relevant documents like – screen shots of the online incidents as proof to support your claim; bank statements; Screenshot copy of URL of alleged contents etc.,
  • None of the above
  • Flashing
  • Morphing
  • Hacking
  • Stalking
  • Sextortion
  • Sexting
  • Cyber bullying
  • Trolling
  • She should not pickup such calls from unknown numbers.
  • She can pick up the call, as it can be a call from someone she knows, whose number is not saved.
  • a)
    • i) online on the portal www.cybercrime.gov.in
    • ii) Filing a written complaint at the nearest cyber crime police station.
  • b)
    • i) By giving a written complaint at any of the local police station.
    • ii) By complaining to the consumer fourm.
  • By providing complaint to the relevant authority/related officials in the organization
  • Any of the above
  • Yes,it is punishable and is covered under the ITAA 2008, IPC and POSCO Act. If proved guilty a penalty of 3-10 years of imprisonment and fine of 5-10 lakhs is applicable.
  • Yes, it is punishable and is covered ITCC 2000, NASSCOM. There is not penalty but only a hearing with restriction on use of resources.
  • No it is not punishable
  • I do not know
  • Spread of fake/false information,
  • Malware and phishing attacks
  • lure children and youngsters with fake identity.
  • All the above
  • This will help you to go anywhere without others knowledge.
  • This will ensure that strangers are not able to track your whereabouts and know your location.
  • To keep your activities secretive
  • None of the above

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