KYC – Important Advise for reducing Identity Theft issues


 

KYC

Important Advise for reducing Identity Theft issues:

We keep issuing and submitting our KYC(Know Your Customer) photocopy documents like (Identity and Residential Proofs) to various people. Be it for housing loan or car loan or other loans, New bank accounts or credit card application or gas connection or driving  license or for investments in mutual funds or lic policy or buying train tickets and most importantly for buying/renewing/upgrading new sim card or when you travel at the hotel, etc… we submit these self certified photocopy documents.

At almost all these places they ask for self certification on these photocopy documents.

We immediately sign those photocopy documents and hand over.

Just imagine your self certified copies are freely available in the hands of such persons & those self certified photocopy documents can be used by them for ANYTHING & EVERYTHING!

Off late lots of SIM card reissuance complaints are being observed. Financial frauds and funds transfer offence are increasing.

Its really serious and its been seen that in most of the anti social elements activities, KYC photocopy documents are sourced from the SIM card sellers or Bank or Hotels.

You can even get these photocopies from Bhel seller, Sandwich seller, Wada Pav seller.

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Hence, please inculcate a ‘HABIT’ of writing the agency name who is collecting, date, time and purpose for which you are submitting the self certified KYC photocopy Documents so that those documents cannot be used or reused again.

Please share this as much as possible.

I feel it’s very important to write the collection agency name, the date, the time, and the purpose, which we never do while submitting KYC photocopy documents.

Here after sign, make sure you sign somewhere close to the image so that it cannot be torn off:

This Photocopy is Given to ____________________
On: ___________________date
Time:___________am/pm
For: ___________________
Sign: __________________.

How to protect your website from Brute force attacks using queues. – Coding Security


Here today at Codingsec we look at how to protect your login areas from Brute force attacks. A Brute force attack also known as a dictionary attack is a technique where security experts or hackers, try words in the dictionary, common used phrases and numerical combinations.

via How to protect your website from Brute force attacks using queues. – Coding Security.

SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings for devops and infradev


SaaS: Software as a Service eg: CRM, Email, Collaboration, ERP, CMS etc

PaaS: Platform as a Service eg: Web, App Development, Decision Support, Video Streaming etc

IaaS: Infrastructure as a Service eg: Caching, Networking, Security, Technical, System Management etc

Exciting news for Developers and thanks to ripienaar creating a Git repo called free-for-dev.
The repo is a not a App/Code/Site info, but a list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers/offers of interest to devops and infradev

Choose your freebies and open source interests and try it.
Explore the latest technology built by developers and Open Source authors and try their services offering free tiers.

Some of my favorites:

  1. Source Code Repos
  2. Tools for teams & Collaboration
  3. Code Quality
  4. Code Search and Browsing
  5. Management Systems
  6. Analytics
  7. Search
  8. Email
  9. CDN and Protection
  10. Web Hosting
  11. DBaaS
  12. Storage and Media Processing
  13. Data Visualization on Maps
  14. Analytics, Events and Statistics
  15. International Mobile number verification API and SDK
  16. Payment / Billing Integration
  17. Data mining

Source Code Repos
https://bitbucket.org/ – Unlimited public and private git repos for small teams
https://github.com – Free for an unlimited number of public repositories

Code Quality
http://tachikoma.io – Dependency Update for Ruby, Node.js, Perl projects – free for Open Source
https://landscape.io/ – Code Quality for Python projects, free for Open Source

Code Search and Browsing
https://sourcegraph.com/ – Java, Go, Python, Node.js, etc., code search/cross-references – free for open source
https://searchcode.com/ – comprehensive text-based code search – free for open source

Security and PKI
http://vaddy.net – Continuous web security testing with continuous integration (CI) tools. 3 domains, 10 scan history for free
https://www.globalsign.com/en/ssl/ssl-open-source/ – Free SSL certs for Open Source projects

Management Systems
https://opbeat.com/ – Release, deploy, monitor. Free for 3 users
https://bitnami.com/ – Deploy prepared apps on IaaS. Management of 1 AWS micro instance free

Analytics
https://parse.com – Unlimited free analytics

Search
https://www.algolia.com – Hosted search-as-you-type (instant). Free hacker plan up to 1,000 documents and 50,000 operations. Bigger free plans available for community/open source projects.
https://swiftype.com – hosted search solution (API and crawler). Free for a single search engine with up to 1000 documents. Free upgrade to Premium level for open-source projects.

Email
http://mailchimp.com/ – 2,000 subscribers and 12,000 emails per month are free
https://sendloop.com/ – 2,000 subscribers and 10,000 email delivery every month is free
http://sendgrid.com/ – 400 emails per day for free/25,000 free transactional emails per month for emails sent from a Google compute instance

CDN and Protection
http://www.cloudflare.com/ – Basic service is free, good for a blog
http://www.bootstrapcdn.com/ – CDN for bootstrap, bootswatch and font awesome
https://cdnjs.com/ – CDN for JavaScript libraries, CSS libraries, SWF, images, etc!
http://www.jsdelivr.com/ – A free super-fast CDN for developers and webmasters
https://developers.google.com/speed/libraries/ – The Google Hosted Libraries is a content distribution network for the most popular, open-source JavaScript libraries.
https://www.asp.net/ajax/cdn – The Microsoft Ajax Content Delivery Network (CDN) hosts popular third party JavaScript libraries such as jQuery and enables you to easily add them to your Web application
https://toranproxy.com/ – Proxy for Packagist and GitHub. Never fail CD. Free for personal use, 1 developer, no support.

For more info: https://github.com/ripienaar/free-for-dev

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