How to file Cyber complaint with Cyber police station in Bangalore ?

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How to file Cyber complaint with Cyber police station in Bangalore ?:

With greater stress for Digital economy and higher stress for cashless system cyber theft will become more rampant and our system need to be more pro-active in handling such cyber complaints. If it is cyber complaint which may be misuse of credit card in online transactions without authorization in abroad. Posting of picture by morphing images of the celebrity , Withdrawal of fund from Bank accounts without authorization, theft using ATM card , impersonation etc..

These types of complaints relating to cyber activities cannot be filed with your local police station. If you are in Bangalore you need to visit Bangalore commissioner officer to fie complaint on cyber crimes with evidence.

Cyber crime complaint

Kindly following the check-list before you approach to file a cyber complaint.

Check List

Below are the necessary information we need from you before registering a complaint

 

  • Beneficiary account details
  • Bank Name
  • Account Number
  • IFSC Code
  • Bank statements
  • Debit Card/Credit Card Number
  • Total Amount Lost
  • Complainant’s Address, Ph No, Contact No
  • Offence start date, time & end date, time
  • Profile URL is must in Facebook cases

Example: www.facebook.com/cybercrimeps

Once you provide these details cyber police will give acknowledgement of your complaint and will proceed with next step to identify cyber criminals.

Many of us would be wondering is it possible to file cyber complaint online but it is not possible but it will be a good move looking at number of cyber crimes happening these days where in it will be tuff for all to visit one central place by leaving all works and place a complaint.

There are various section under IT act one can file complaint:

Cyber Law in India
1. Tampering with computer source Documents Sec.65
2. Hacking with computer systems , Data Alteration Sec.66
3. Sending offensive messages through communication service, etc Sec.66A
4. Dishonestly receiving stolen computer resource or communication device Sec.66B
5. Identity theft Sec.66C
6. Cheating by personation by using computer resource Sec.66D
7. Violation of privacy Sec.66E
8. Cyber terrorism Sec.66F
9. Publishing or transmitting obscene material in electronic form Sec .67
10. Publishing or transmitting of material containing sexually explicit act, etc. in
electronic form Sec.67A
11. Punishment for publishing or transmitting of material depicting children in
sexually explicit act, etc. in electronic form Sec.67B
12. Powers to issue directions for interception or monitoring or decryption of any
information through any computer resource Sec.69
13. Power to issue directions for blocking for public access of any information
through any computer resource Sec.69A
14. Power to authorize to monitor and collect traffic data or information through
any computer resource for Cyber Security Sec.69B
15. Un-authorized access to protected system Sec.70
16. Penalty for misrepresentation Sec.71
17. Breach of confidentiality and privacy Sec.72
18. Publishing False digital signature certificates Sec.73
19. Publication for fraudulent purpose Sec.74
29. Act to apply for offence or contraventions committed outside India Sec.75
21. Compensation, penalties or confiscation not to interfere with other
punishment Sec.77
22. Compounding of Offences Sec.77A
23. Offences with three years imprisonment to be cognizable Sec.77B
24. Exemption from liability of intermediary in certain cases Sec.79
25. Punishment for abetment of offences Sec.84B
26. Punishment for attempt to commit offences Sec.84C
27. Offences by Companies Sec.85
Note : Sec.78 of I.T. Act empowers Police Inspector to investigate cases falling under this Act
28. Sending threatening messages by e-mail Sec .503 IPC
29. Word, gesture or act intended to insult the modesty of a woman Sec.509 IPC
30. Sending defamatory messages by e-mail Sec .499 IPC
31. Bogus websites , Cyber Frauds Sec .420 IPC
32. E-mail Spoofing Sec .463 IPC
33. Making a false document Sec.464 IPC
34. Forgery for purpose of cheating Sec.468 IPC
35. Forgery for purpose of harming reputation Sec.469 IPC
person who knowingly infringes or abets the infringement of Sec.63
42. Enhanced penalty on second and subsequent covictions Sec.63A
43. Knowing use of infringing copy of computer programme to be an offence Sec.63B
44. Obscenity Sec. 292 IPC
45. Printing etc. of grossly indecent or scurrilous matter or matter intended for
blackmail Sec.292A IPC
36. Web-Jacking Sec .383 IPC
37. E-mail Abuse Sec .500 IPC
38. Punishment for criminal intimidation Sec.506 IPC
39. Criminal intimidation by an anonymous communication Sec.507 IPC
40. When copyright infringed:- Copyright in a work shall be deemed to be
infringed Sec.51
41. Offence of infringement of copyright or other rights conferred by this Act. Any
person who knowingly infringes or abets the infringement of Sec.63
42. Enhanced penalty on second and subsequent covictions Sec.63A
43. Knowing use of infringing copy of computer programme to be an offence Sec.63B
44. Obscenity Sec. 292 IPC
45. Printing etc. of grossly indecent or scurrilous matter or matter intended for
blackmail Sec.292A IPC
 
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