These websites that appear to be ‘government’ look at the list to avoid counterfeiting and fraud

Nowadays, there is a lot of fake website cheating. In such a situation, the PIC Fact Check of the Press Information Bureau today released a list of Safe Internet Day. This list contains links to some websites that are actually fake. What’s special is that anyone can cheat by looking at the URLs of these websites and understand them as a government scheme website.

Don’t forget to visit these websites
PIB Fact Check shares links to a total of 7 websites. The URL of the first website looks like a central excise government. At the same time, the second link looks like a free registration website for scholarships. At the same time some links are placed as government plans. These are 7 websites that will help you stay away.

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This way, you use the Internet to stay safe
Aside from links to fake websites, PIB Fact Check also offers some tips for using the Internet safely. These are:
1. Always use a secure Internet connection.
2. Do not click on any unknown links or use caution when doing so.
3. Avoid downloading insecure content.
4. Trust only the official links.
5. Double-check it before posting any information.
6. Avoid online fraud.
7. Update antivirus on your system or laptop.


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