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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

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  •  Users who scores 50% or above marks are eligible for getting certificate within maximum of 3 attempts.

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Here are the Questions and Answers :

  1. When online posts are motivated by ones extreme biased opinion on other persons race, religion, sex, disability, gender, food and other preferences. What is it known as ?

a) Cyber stalking
b) Cyber bullying
c) Online Trolling
d) Doxxing

  1. What is IT Act 66 D applicabe for?

a) Child pornography
b) Stealing data from computer
c) Punishement for cheating by personation by using computer resource
d) Forgery

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  1. What is the recommended way of sharing your personal videos on Youtube channel ?

a) Share the videos publicly with everyone
b) Share the videos Privately and restrict the privacy settings to ‘friends only’
c) Do not share private videos at all online.
d) None of the above

  1. What are the precautions to be taken to ensure that the webcam connected to our computer device is not hacked or misused by fruadsters?

a) *Cover or switch off the webcam when not in use *Use VPN
b) *Use updated software *secure your wifi with password
c) *avoid clicking on suspicious links *run a security scans regularly
d) All the above

  1. What are the documents/enclosures required for filing a complaint against cyber crime either online on website or offline at cyber crime police station?

a) email id ; mobile number; address is sufficient.
b) No documents are required we can file a complaint without any documents.
c) 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.,
d) None of the above

  1. Altering or changing the pictures of the person using tools available online is called ___.

a) Flashing
b) Morphing
c) Hacking
d) Stalking

  1. It was noticed that Amit was sending and receiving sexually explicit messages, pictures and videos. What kind of cyber offence is he involved in ?

a) Sextortion
b) Sexting
c) Cyber bullying
d) Trolling

  1. Latha was travelling in local train when she received Whatsapp video call from an unknown number. What is the right action that can be suggested in this case and why?

a) She should not pickup such calls from unknown numbers.
b) She can pick up the call, as it can be a call from someone she knows, whose number is not saved.

  1. What are the ways in which can you file a complaint against cyber crime ?

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.
c) i) By providing complaint to the relevant authority / related officials in the organization
d) Any of the above

  1. Is Morphing a punishable offence, if so under which Act is it covered and what is the penalty?

a) 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.
b) Yes, it is punishable and is covered ITCC 2000, NASSCOM. There is not penalty but only a hearing with restriction on use of resources.
c) No it is not punishable
d) I do not know

  1. What are the dangers of ‘Fake Profiles’ ?

a) Spread of fake/false information,
b) Malware and phishing attacks
c) lure children and youngsters with fake identity.
d) All the above

  1. Why is it recommended to disable your location option on social media accounts/platforms?

a) This will help you to go anywhere without others knowledge.
b) This will ensure that strangers are not able to track your whereabouts and know your location.
c) To keep your activities secretive
d) None of the above


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