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- What You Eat, Where You Go, Who You Meet; Every Information Related To Your Location Is Being Sold.
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- The French company gave Bhaskar in the name of the sample itself, 28 GB collected data of 30 lakh people of the country and 5 lakh people of Gujarat.
- They also know which ATMs, which banks, which restaurants do you visit? How and with what card do you pay?
(Gaurav Tiwari) Your business, that is, the business of buying and selling personal information has become so dangerous that now your name-address, business, credit card, debit card, PAN, not only Aadhaar, such information is also selling data mafia, which tells you which Withdrawing money from ATMs, where you are going, where you are eating at which restaurant, where and from which card you are shopping. That is, the location of your one-minute movement is also being sold. Even what kind of food do you like.
Many maps, dating app, taxi app, gaming app, scanning app, meeting app, sharing app present in your mobile are stealing these data with your consent. The mafia that is being sold, they are creating fake ID on social media. Hackers are also doing financial transactions with personal information. Showing fake advertisements according to your interest and emptying the account. The French company agreed to give a sample in Bhaskar's sting operation. This gave the data of 30 lakh people across the country and 5 lakh people of Gujarat.
This is how Bhaskar got personal data of 30 lakh people
Bhaskar contacted more than 15 local and 8 foreign companies and talked about buying data. These companies only deal with online and video calls. Data tailored to demand is received in the next day. With the help of Data Expert, it opens with a password. This password expires in some time.
After some problems, the French company agreed to give the sample. This gave the data of 30 lakh people across the country and 5 lakh people of Gujarat. This includes the phone brand / model of each person, the app, the Android version being used, the SIM number and the name of the mobile service provider. Apart from this, location data of some people was also given. He said to provide more location data on payment.
Location data is misused in two ways
The agent said – Whatever data you want, we will process it in two days.
Question: Will I get data for the location of people?
Agent: will get. We process it according to the demand of your company and deliver it in two days.
Question: What type of location data can you provide?
Agent: You can also give data of old location along with live location. Means current location and location history.
Question: What is a live location?
Agent: Meaning we are constantly tracking where people go. But, we will be able to give it only after the deal.
Question: How much information can you give?
Agent: What is there in your phone, you can give everything in 30 days, where you went, what brand shop or restaurant, ATM, etc. By taking the information of your company, the data of its application can also be tracked, for which more money is charged.
Question: Can people get information about a particular area?
Agent: Yes, our team will give data according to the area. State your technical needs so that we can explain to the team.
Question: Can I get some sample data to convince the team?
answer: The sample will be given to you from FTP, but will be out of date. You will be sent access, it's just a few days
Only date and phone number of birth is required for financial fraud
We give access to all applications without needing information. They send private information to the server in the background. Some companies use this information for themselves and some earn money by selling them. All this is so dangerous that if the hacker gets your date of birth and phone number, then he will take out all the details of the bank account and also make the transaction.
The greater danger is from companies whose servers are abroad. With this, nothing can be done against the law. There are only two ways to protect – be vigilant and use the web instead of the app. This information has been given to us by cyber security expert Kaushal Bhasar.