Government blocked 100 websites which were cheating in the name of providing jobs

Government blocked 100 websites which were cheating in the name of providing jobs

Now the government has taken major action on this. The Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has blocked 100 websites which were doing fraud in the name of part time jobs under the Information Technology Act, 2000. According to the report, these sites were operated by foreign companies.

The I4C division of the Home Ministry had last week launched its vertical National Cyber ​​Crime Threat Analytics Unit (NCTAU) on task-based part-time jobs and YouTube videos. Had identified more than 100 websites offering part time jobs in the name of likes and recommended banning them.


I4C division of the Ministry of Home Affairs, through its vertical National Cybercrime Threat Analytics Unit (NCTAU), had last week identified and recommended to ban over 100 websites involved in organized investment and task based – part time job frauds.

— ANI (@ANI) December 6, 2023


Let us tell you that reviews on Google Maps are also a part of this. This is a new kind of scam. Scammers send a message to people on WhatsApp and offer part time jobs. They send the location of some hotel or some place and ask to give 5 star rating. People think that there is no problem in getting money for giving rating on Google, but this is a scam of a different level.
As soon as you give rating, your e-mail ID becomes public. Yes, because reviews on Google Maps are not private. These fraudsters ask you for links and screenshots after review. When it comes to giving money, they give a telegram number and ask you to share the screenshot of the review there and give a code. After this they take bank details and other information from the people and then the fraud starts. href="">Year Ender 2023: The most dangerous passwords of the year, which do not take any time to crack

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