FREE ebook - Simple Guide to Digital Signatures

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Asian School of Cyber Laws has released a FREE ebook titled "Simple Guide to Digital Signatures", authored by Rohas Nagpal, President, Asian School of Cyber Laws.

This ebook begins with a short and simple explanation of the process of digital signatures.

It then provides a detailed screen-shot based step-by-step guide to obtaining a digital signature certificate from a Certifying Authority.

It then provides a detailed screen-shot based step-by-step guide to digitally signing a Microsoft Word document.

FREE ebook - 7 years of Indian Cyber Law

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Asian School of Cyber Laws has released a FREE ebook titled "7 years of Indian Cyber Law", authored by Rohas Nagpal, President, Asian School of Cyber Laws.

Indian Cyber Laws were official born on 17th October 2000 with the Information Technology Act, 2000 coming into force. This ebook discusses 7 interesting case laws that highlight the development of cyber legal jurisprudence in India over the last 7 years.

This ebook begins with a short outline of the various rules, regulations and orders that have been passed over the last 7 years. It then moves onto a brief discussion on the Indian law relating to cyber pornography and features the Avnish Bajaj (CEO of bazzee.com – now a part of the ebay group of companies) case.

The next issue covered by this paper is that of protected systems and features the Firos vs. State of Kerala case. The highly topical issue of tampering with computer source code is discussed next along with the Syed Asifuddin case.

The importance of the amendments to the Banker’s Books Evidence Act is discussed next in the context of the State Bank of India vs. Rizvi Exports Ltd case. The issue of admissibility of electronic records is discussed in the context of the State vs. Mohd. Afzal and others case also known as the Parliament attack case.

The ebook ends with two cases, one focussing on whether an ATM is a computer and the other on the place of an electronic contract.

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FREE ebook - Evolution of Cyber Crime

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Asian School of Cyber Laws has released a FREE ebook titled "Evolution of Cyber Crime", authored by Rohas Nagpal, President, Asian School of Cyber Laws.

This ebook discusses various cyber crimes such as:

  1. Financial Crimes,
  2. Cyber Pornography,
  3. Sale of Illegal Articles,
  4. Online Gambling,
  5. Intellectual Property Crimes,
  6. Email Spoofing,
  7. Forgery,
  8. Cyber Defamation,
  9. Cyber Stalking,
  10. Web defacement,
  11. Email Bombing,
  12. Data Diddling,
  13. Salami Attacks,
  14. Denial of Service Attack,
  15. Virus / Worm Attacks,
  16. Trojans and Keyloggers,
  17. Internet Time Theft,
  18. Web Jacking,
  19. Email Frauds and
  20. Cyber Terrorism.

FREE Online Introductory course in Cyber Law

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Based on a very large number of requests, Asian School of Cyber Laws (ASCL) is re-launching its very popular FREE Online Introductory course in Cyber Law.

  1. This is a free online introductory course in Indian Cyber Law.
  1. To register, simply fill in the online registration form
  1. Courseware in the form of a PDF book is provided.
  1. Participants are required to take a small online test and score at least 40% marks to pass the course. You can take the online test only once. It is recommended that you read the courseware carefully before attempting the test.
  1. To obtain a printed certificate of course completion, successful candidates (who are resident in India) must send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Asian School of Cyber Laws.
  1. Do not send the envelope till you have successfully cleared the online test.
  1. The envelope must be at least 9 inches by 12 inches in size. Please affix postage stamps worth Rs. 40 on the envelope. Clearly write your name, address and phone number(s) on the stamped envelope.
  1. Send the stamped envelope along with a piece of paper containing your username and password to: