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Phishing is HackingThe power of Indian Cyber Law i...

2008-06-27T04:48:00.000+01:00

Phishing is Hacking

The power of Indian Cyber Law is manifest in the definition of the Section 66 offence which covers a wide range of Computer and Internet Crimes including "Phishing".

Most of the time the attack ends up with a fraudulent withdrawal of money from a Bank account. In view of the end result we often see only the "Fraud Dimension" of the Phishing attack.These attacks consist of the following components.

1.Forging of e-mail headers

2.Spamming under the false name

3.Creation of pseudo websites/web page which appear similar to the better known Bank site

4. Using the stolen password for entering the real Bank system to withdraw money.

Under Section 66 of ITA 2000, these could be recognized as an offence not withstanding the offences that may be recognized under IPC. Victims would rather prefer action under ITA 2000 since it also simplifies the recovery of damages through adjudication proceedings... Naavi of Naavi.org