Monday, November 16, 2015

SIT Informs High Court That Documents Used By Digvijaya Singh To Target Shivraj Singh Chouhan Are Forged But Doubt Remains

Use of cyber forensics and e-discovery methodologies is going to increase in India in the near future. Indian government has also realised this aspect and has already started modernisation of police force of India. This includes inculcating cyber law awareness, cyber crimes investigation trainings, trainings regarding use of cyber forensics, etc to the law enforcement agencies of India. Nevertheless the need to develop cyber forensics best practices in India and strengthening of cyber forensics and cyber crimes investigation capabilities in India has not yet been addressed by Indian government. Even the announced regulations and guidelines for effective investigation of cyber crimes in India are missing till date.

Clearly handling of digital evidence is a big challenge for the law enforcement agencies of India. We have seen this aspect troubling our law enforcement agencies in Aarushi Talwar’s murder case, IPL Match Fixing case, Bitcoins websites investigation, Nokia’s tax violation case, Rajnath Singh Son’s case, Amrita Rai’s G-Mail account hacking case, etc. Indian government must seriously consider empowering law enforcement agencies of India with suitable trainings and technologies. Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) has started a dedicated LinkedIn Group named Intelligence Agencies and Law Enforcement Technology in India that is covering various techno legal issues applicable to these agencies.

According to a media report, the Special Investigation Team (SIT) monitoring the probe into the Madhya Pradesh Professional Examination Board or Vyapam scam has informed the High Court that the documents used by AICC general secretary Digvijaya Singh to target Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan are forged. Previously Singh had alleged that the hard disk seized from an MPPEB official had been tampered with to ensure a clean chit to Chouhan by replacing his name in the original excel sheet with that of others.
The SIT claims that the documents appeared to be forged and this forgery has been done with the intent to mislead the investigating agency. To back its prima facie opinion, the SIT has given seven reasons after examining the documents and after the demonstration given by the technical staff of Special Task Force (STF), the investigating agency.

Singh, meanwhile, has identified the whistleblower who gave him the documents. “I am not saying that STF tampered the data. Investigations should be done from the day hard disk was seized by Indore police and truth will surface. Gujarat lab had received tampered disk from MP. I won’t change my stand on this,” the whistleblower told TOI on phone. “I became a whistleblower when I realized STF was relying on documents that seemed to have been tampered with. I thought real documents would come out. When they didn’t I had to come out,” he added. The whistleblower’s excel sheet has been authenticated by a private forensic lab and scientists there are ready to testify in the court. “STF has neither collected my statement nor have they contacted the labs to cross-examine my claims, else things would have been clear,” he said.

The SIT had sent the original hard disk seized from MPPEB official to the forensic laboratory in Gandhinagar. The laboratory has submitted its report before Special Investigation Team (SIT), claiming excel-sheet in possession of Special Task Force (STF) was “not tampered”. In February, Singh had submitted a 15-page affidavit before Justice Chandresh Bhushan-led SIT alleging that contents of excel-sheet, recovered from hard disk of MPPEB scam accused computer, were manipulated and tampered with to shield the chief minister.

While opening the special report submitted by the SIT in the court on Friday, a division bench comprising Chief Justice A M Khanvilkar and Justice Alok Aradhe posted the matter for further hearing on April 27. Without elaborating, the division bench said, “The STF is free to consider all aspects of the matter and issue such instructions to STF as may be necessary in the circumstances, to be proceeded in accordance with the law.” A government lawyer said this could be interpreted to mean that the STF was free to act against those who had conspired to submit false evidence.

Sunday, November 1, 2015

Global Techno Legal News And Views By Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO)

Merging of technology and law raises interesting techno legal issues that are not easy to handle. There are very few organisations or individuals that can manage techno legal issues in India and world wide. Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) is one such organisation that handles unique and qualitative techno legal services in fields like cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, e-discovery, etc. One such initiative is known as Global Techno Legal News and Views.

Some of the interesting post of the blog are:

(1) Non Mandatory Aadhaar: The matter pertaining to legality and constitutionality of Aadhaar project is pending before the Supreme Court of India. The Central Government has been maintaining that Aadhaar is not mandatory but for all practical purposes it has been made mandatory by Indian Government.

(2) Digital India: Digital India project of India is an ambitious but troublesome initiative as it is suffering from numerous shortcomings. This is the reason that the Digital India project is heading towards rough waters. In fact, Digital India is the biggest digital panopticon of India so far. There is an urgent need to make it legal and constitutional.

(3) Carbanak Malware: The notorious malware Carbanak was instrumental in stealing about a Billion US Dollars from financial institutions worldwide. Vskimmer Trojan, capable of stealing credit card information from Windows systems, was already in circulation. Similarly, the Malware Dump Memory Grabber was also targeting POS systems and ATMs of major U.S. banks. These malware were creating havoc in India and international levels.

(4) Censorship By Twitter: In an unexpected move, Twitter has been censoring tweets relating to topics like Aadhaar, Digital India, etc. Till the time of writing of this post, Twitter is still censoring topics like Aadhaar, Digital India, etc.

(5) Hardware Spyware: Kaspersky has revealed that intelligence agencies have been using hardware based stealth spyware. These hard drives are manufactured by Western Digital, Seagate, Toshiba and other top manufacturers, thereby making their use a potential cyber hazard.

(6) FBI Search Warrants: Recently a proposal was made to expand the search warrant powers of FBI. Google opposed the same and openly conveyed its dissent for the proposed US Justice Department proposal to expand federal powers to search and seize digital data, warning that the changes would open the door to US “government hacking of any facility” in the world.

(7) Lenovo Adware: Lenovo has been accused of pre installing Adware in laptops thereby compromising their security. Users have complained that a programme called Superfish pre-installed by Lenovo on consumer laptops was “Adware”, or software that automatically displays adverts.

(8) Microsoft Cloud Computing: It has been reported that Microsoft has adopted a new standard for cloud privacy that commits the company to protect the privacy of customers’ data, not to use it for advertisement purposes, and to inform the customer of legal requests for personal data. Google along with other companies has been fighting against e-surveillance activities of U.S. agencies.

(9) Mobile Communications Security: Intercept has recently published an article describing that U.S. and British spies hacked into the internal network of Gemalto in 2010 that is one of the largest manufacturers of SIM cards in the world. They stole the encryption keys used to protect the privacy of mobile cellular communications across the globe. These spies mined the private communications of Gemalto engineers and employees in multiple countries, including India. However, the most interesting revelation comes in the form that GCHQ could not intercept keys used by mobile operators in Pakistan, even though Pakistan is a priority target for Western intelligence agencies. This is because Pakistanis used more secure methods to transfer the encryption keys between the SIM card manufacturers and Pakistani mobile operators.

(10) Lawyers Communications: Recently a British court ruled that the U.S. – U.K. surveillance regime was unlawful for seven years. This means that the regime has also failed to comply with the European convention on human rights. U.K. government is already facing a trial where it has been accused of unlawfully intercepted conversations between lawyers and their clients.

(11) Online Card Games: Some online gaming stakeholders in India have approached the Supreme Court of India to get clarity on the legality of online games like rummy, poker, etc. In response of the same, the Supreme Court asked the opinion of Central Government in this regard but the same has been informally denied by the Central Government. This means that till the time Supreme Court actually says that online rummy, online poker and online card games are legal in India, majority of these gaming stakeholders may be exposing themselves to legal risks and civil and criminal liabilities. Now that the Supreme Court of India has finally refused to decided legality of online poker and online rummy in India, online card games websites may be legally risky if not properly drafted and managed.

(12) Internet Safety Campaign: Indian government has announced that an Internet safety campaign would be started very soon in India. From the media reports it seems that the awareness drive would cover all stakeholders ranging from school level to government departments.

(13) Google Timestamps: In a bizzare manner, Google has manipulated the timestamp of the news titled Digital India, Aadhaar and digital panopticon of India and put the date 27-02-2015 instead of 02-03-2015. This means that news surfers looking for latest news would not get the same and after some time the news would be removed from the relevance search as well. We have also checked the date results and the news was lying on 4th page with other news of 27th February 2015 date. This is a strange behaviour on the part of Google and all such behavioursa of Google are catalogued at the blog titled “Unofficial Websites, News, Blogs And SERPs Censorship By Google“. A mirror of this blog is also available here.

(14) E-Mail Policy: Indian government has been struggling long to formulate and implement the e-mail policy of India. This is important for India as sensitive documents cannot be transferred out of India as per Indian laws like Public Records Act, 1993. Even Delhi High Court is analysing the e-mail policy of India and has shown its displeasure over slow action on the part of Indian government in this regard. It has now been reported that Indian government has decided to ban the use of Gmail or any other private email for official communication across all its organisations, and make it mandatory for them to migrate to email services provided by the National Informatics Centre (NIC).

(15) CISO Of India: In a significant move, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has appointed Dr. Gulshan Rai as the first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of India. This would go a long way in ensuring critical infrastructure protection in India (PDF). We also strongly recommend that a revised Cyber Security Policy of India 2015 must be drafted by Modi Government that must address cyber security issues in a more comprehensive and holistic manner. Further, international legal issues of cyber attacks must also be considered well in advance by Indian Government. Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) has released a research paper on international legal issues of cyber security and cyber attacks and the same can be considered by Indian Government while strengthening Indian cyber security capabilities.

(16) Anti Bullying Committee: Cyber bullying in India is a big nuisance with practically no remedies. However, things would be changed very soon with the issuance of CBSE Guidelines for Prevention of Bullying and Ragging in Schools 9th March 2015, Reg: (D.O. No. 12-19/2012-RMSA-I) (PDF). Due to increasing cases of physical and cyber-bullying of students, Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has directed all its affiliated schools to form an anti-bullying committee. The committee should comprise of vice-principal, a senior teacher, school doctor, counsellor, parent-teacher representative, school management representative, legal representative and peer educators. CBSE also directed the schools to tackle sexual abuses and strictly implement POCSO Act 2012.

(17) Technology Companies Regulations: Dealing with technology and foreign companies is a big challenge for Indian government. Whether it is taxation aspects or applicability of Indian laws to such companies, India has not been able to achieve a success in this regard so far. There is also a lack of legal framework to govern such technology and foreign companies in India as on date. At Perry4Law Organisation (P4LO) and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) we have been suggesting techno legal frameworks in this regard from time to time. We at P4LO and PTLB welcome this support of Indian Government and various stakeholders to our suggestions and recommendations from time to time. However, we strongly recommend that we need a comprehensive techno legal framework in this regard especially if we have to make the “Made in India” and “Digital India” projects successful.

(18) Killer USB: A Russian hacker/researcher created a killer USB that can crash the victim system once the modified/hacked USB is plugged into it. The basic idea of the USB drive is quite simple. When we connect it up to the USB port, an inverting DC/DC converter runs and charges capacitors to -110V. When the voltage is reached, the DC/DC is switched off. At the same time, the filed transistor opens. It is used to apply the -110V to signal lines of the USB interface. When the voltage on capacitors increases to -7V, the transistor closes and the DC/DC starts. The loop runs till everything possible is broken down.

(19) Traffic Routing: Networks and systems need to trust each other to make the Internet function in a speedier manner. If one system or service provider falters, the services of other may be hampered. In one such incidence, users around the world were not able to access Google’s service for a short period of time due to a technical glitch. Users were cut off due to the routing leak from Indian broadband Internet provider Hathway. The leak is similar to a 2012 incident caused by an Indonesian ISP, which took Google offline for 30 minutes worldwide.

(20) Grid Security Expert System (GSES): A Grid Security Expert System (GSES) of India has been proposed to be developed by Powergrid. Cyber security of automated power grids of India is need of the hour. It is only after a massive power blackout in 2012 that Indian government has woken up to the dangers of cyber attacks against Indian power sector. GSES would involve installation of knowledge based Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system, numerical relays and Remote Terminal units upto 132 kV stations and the reliable Optical fibre Ground wire (OPGW) communication system at an estimated cost of around Rupees 1200 crores. The objective of the GSES is implementation of the Automatic Defense mechanism to facilitate reliable and secure grid operation.

(21) Cyber Law Due Diligence: Cyber law due diligence received a major jolt when the Supreme Court of India read down the internet intermediary due diligence requirements. The main problem seems to be reading down of Section 79(3) (b) and Rule 3(4) By Supreme Court in a manner that would be counter productive in the long run. In fact, reading down of Section 79(3) (b) and Rule 3(4) is more problem than solution as the Supreme Court erred in adopting this approach.

(22) SEBI And Cyber Security: It has been reported that SEBI has expanded the ambit of its Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) to include cyber security of the markets. CECSRDI welcomes this move of SEBI and is committed to help it in every possible manner to achieve this benign cyber security objective.

(23) E-Police Station: An e-police station in Delhi would register online FIR for motor vehicle theft cases. The pilot project of the “Motor Vehicle Theft (MVT) Application” is now accessible on mobiles and computers. Presently this facility is available only for police stations in South Delhi and the same will be extended to entire Delhi after sorting out technical glitches and other problems.

(24) Social Media Compliances: Social media websites are not complying with laws of India. India’s struggle against social media websites to fall in line with Indian laws continues even in Narendra Modi’s regime. To make the matter worst we have no social media laws in India or any effective and implementable social media policy of India. Of course, a new framework for use of social media by governmental organisations has been suggested by Indian government in the past but that is of little help in solving the present problem at hand. The real solution, according to Praveen Dalal, is formulation of a techno legal framework that can address the diverse and complicated issues of cyberspace in India. In short, social networking laws in India need clarity and codification.

(25) MPPEB Scam: MPPEB scam has become an investigation nightmare for the law enforcement agencies of India. The credibility and reliability of evidence is in question on the one hand and unresolved cyber forensics issues are on the other hand. Scientific investigation methodology is still to be used in the investigation of MPPEB scam.

(26) IT Subsidiary Of RBI: The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has showed its commitment to fight against cyber crimes and financial frauds by declaring that an information technology driven subsidiary would be established by it to deal with cyber nuisances. This IT subsidiary of RBI would also deal with cyber security and related issues with a special focus upon banking related technology issues. The IT subsidiary of RBI would also evaluate the technical capabilities of banks that is almost missing as on date.

(27) Privacy Invasive Software: The Supreme Court of India has asked the Indian Government to clarify upon privacy invasive software and mobile applications. Supreme Court of India has taken a serious note of the software and mobile applications that can be used to extract private information from smartphones.

(28) Smart Cities In India: Smart cities in India have been proposed to be established in near future. However, smart cities in India may face cyber security and civil liberties issues that are left unresolved by Indian Government.

(29) Protection Of Good Samaritan: In a welcome move, the Narendra Modi led Government has issued Guidelines on Protection of Good Samaritan While Saving Lives of Road Accident Victims (2015) (PDF). This shows the sensitivity of Indian Government towards the precious lives that can be saved if road accident victims can be taken to hospitals as soon as possible.

We hope our readers would find this post and blog useful.

Source: P4LO.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Cyber Forensics Trends And Developments In India 2014-Part 1

Cyber forensics is an upcoming field in India and Indian legal and judicial system has to adapt itself according to the same. Till now cyber forensics is not widely and appropriately used by the law enforcement agencies, lawyers, judges, etc in India. As a result most of the cyber criminals are either not prosecuted at all or they are acquitted in the absence of adequate evidence.

Cyber forensics cannot be used in isolation and allied fields like cyber law, cyber security, e-discovery, digital evidence, cyber crime investigations, etc are also applicable in a majority of cases. Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have already covered the Cyber Law Trends and Developments of India 2013 (PDF), Cyber Security Trends and Developments in India 2013 (PDF) Cyber Forensics Trends and Developments in India 2013 (PDF).

This is the interim cyber forensics trends of 2014 by Perry4Law and PTLB and we would come up with the complete and annual trend and development analysis subsequently. To start with there is urgent need to ensure cyber forensics skills development of police force, prosecution lawyers and judges in India.  Further, modernisation of police force of India urgently needed.

There have been incidences in India where the law enforcement agencies of India have not conducted proper e-discovery and cyber forensics exercises. This has made their cases weak and the accused may escape the punishment. Some of the present cases where effective cyber forensics could have been used are E-Bay’s cyber breach case, enforcement directorate’s Bitcoins investigation case, Aarushi’s murder case by CBI, IPL match fixing case, Nokia’s software download case, etc. The list is just expanding as cases of improper cyber forensics investigations are in abundance in India.

Clearly the Indian approach towards cyber forensics is not upto the mark and there is an urgent need to change this mentality. The concerned stakeholders must be well versed with techno legal concepts like basics of Internet protocol addresses, IP address spoofing and its defenses, IP address tracking methods and techniques for e-mails, hidden Internet cyber forensics, cloud computing cyber forensics, social media cyber forensics, audio, video and media forensics, etc.

We need to develop cyber forensics investigation solutions in India to encourage digital and scientific evidences in India. The cyber forensics best practices in India are also missing as on date and they must be formulated urgently. The regulations and guidelines for effective investigation of cyber crimes in India must also be drafted as soon as possible. While tracking the IP address in question is the first step in cyber crime investigation yet IP address should not be the sole criteria for arrest and conviction.

We at Perry4Law and PTLB believe that there is an urgent need to formulate an effective techno legal framework that can take care of techno legal issues of contemporary times. Further, colonial and constitutionally unsound laws like telegraph and cyber law must be repealed urgently and dedicated and suitable laws must be enacted for the fields of cyber law, cyber security, cyber forensics, e-discovery, etc. Presently, neither technological not legal issues pertaining to cyber forensics are taken care of by Indian government.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Cyber Forensics Services In India

Cyber Forensics in India is still maturing. Further, Cyber Security in India is also at the infancy stage. Perry4Law and Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have been providing Techno Legal Cyber Forensics Services in India and abroad for long. The Cyber Forensics Services of Perry4Law and PTLB cater both Technical and Legal Aspects of Cyber Forensics.

Perry4Law is also managing a Unique and Exclusive Techno-Legal Cyber Forensics Research And Development Centre Of India (CFRDCI). It is supported by PTLB, Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) and other Techno-Legal Initiatives of Perry4Law. The aim of CFRDCI is to Strengthen Cyber Forensics in India in general and Cyber Forensics Capabilities of India in particular.

To strengthen the Cyber Forensics Initiatives of Perry4Law and PTLB, we have been managing the Exclusive Techno Legal Cyber Security Research And Development Centre Of India (CSRDCI), National Cyber Security Database of India (NCSDI), Cyber Crimes Investigation Centre of India (CCICI), Centre Of Excellence On Cyber Security In India and many more Techno Legal Initiatives.

Some of the Techno Legal Services that we provide include Cyber Law, Cyber Security and Cyber Forensics “Cross Examinations”, “Expert Testimonies”, “Techno-Legal Consultations”, “Legal Consultancy”, Cyber Forensics Investigation Solutions, Hidden Internet Forensics, IP Address Spoofing Defenses, and other similar Services and Litigation Support for these areas.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Techno-Legal Cyber Forensics Services In India

Forensics is the process of using scientific knowledge for collecting, analysing, and presenting evidence to the courts. (The word forensics means “to bring to the court.”). Going by this definition, Cyber Forensics means bringing admissible digital evidence before the court.

Cyber Forensics v. E-Discovery

Despite popular belief, Cyber Forensics is different from E-Discovery, Digital Recovery or other synonymous terms. Cyber Forensics primarily caters the “Legal Requirements” whereas E-Discovery meets the requirements of private individuals and organizations.

Take an example of a security breach like hacking in an organisation.

The management of the organisation decides to trace the origin of this breach. After proper analysis they come to know about the source of that breach. Till this stage it is only an E-Discovery. The management can take whatever preventive or remedial measure as it may deem fit.

If the management decides to take a “Legal Action” against the offender, it has to prove the acquired digital evidence before the Court of Law. Mere E-Discovery may not be enough to prove the guilt of the accused as legal requirements regarding evidence and procedural laws must also be complied with. When the E-Discovery is “Law Compliant” it becomes “Cyber Forensics”.

Similarly, there are certain laws that require individuals and organisation to exercise “Cyber Law Due Diligence” and “Statutory Cyber Law Compliances”. These requirements may fall either in the category of E-Discovery or Cyber Forensics as per the facts and circumstances of each case.

Live v. Dead Forensics

Cyber Forensics may be live or dead. Traditionally, Cyber Forensics Investigations were performed after pulling the plug and then subsequently imaging the media under investigation. The contemporary practice is to perform live analysis to get useful volatile data that is lost the moment a computer is turned off or after the pulling of the plug.

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Policy And Law Making


Perry4Law has been playing a decisive role in the enactment and amendment of various Techno-Legal Laws in India. For instance, it has played a crucial role in the strengthening the Information Technology Act, 2000 (IT Act, 2000) of India by suggesting useful provisions regarding Cyber Terrorism in India, Data Protection Law in India, Obscenity and Pornography Provisions, etc. At the same time it has also advised the Government of India (GOI) not to violate the “Civil Liberties” of the Indian Citizens by unreasonable and unconstitutional provisions in the IT Act, 2000.

Perry4Law has also played a key role in suggesting useful provisions regarding Cyber Security in India and Cyber Forensics in India. It has also provided Guidelines and Policies for Protecting and Safeguarding the Critical ICT Infrastructure Protection in India. Besides, it has been providing ICT Trends of India for many years and is the only Firm that has provided ICT Strategies of India to the GOI.

We have been providing ICT trends in India since 2005-06. The ICT Trends in India 2009 and subsequent trends have discussed both the positive and negative aspects of Indian ICT Policies and Strategies.

Perry4Law and Perry4Law Techno Legal Base (PTLB) have also provided Cyber Crimes Trends in India 2012, Cyber Law Trends in India 2012, Cyber Security Trends in India 2012, etc. Previous years trends have also been provided by Perry4Law and PTLB to give various stakeholders a good look of Cyber Forensics And ICT Environment of India.

Legal Enablement Of ICT Systems In India

Perry4Law has provided a good Legal Framework for Information Society in India by suggesting suitable provisions for Legal Enablement of ICT Systems in India. While stressing upon a strong Cyber Law it has also stressed upon the importance of robust Cyber Security and effective Cyber Forensics Capabilities. Perry4Law has also provided a framework for E-Courts in India that are not only technically viable but also legally sustainable.

Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies

Perry4Law has provided its suggestion regarding Legal Enablement Of Law Enforcement And Intelligence Agencies In India. It has also provided its suggestions regarding Crime and Criminal Tracking Network and Systems (CCTNS) of India, National Intelligence Grid (Natgrid) Project of India, Central Monitoring System (CMS) Project of India, etc. Measures for effective and strong Wireless Security and prevention against Cyber Crimes and Cyber Terrorism have also been suggested by it.

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Saturday, July 4, 2009

Cyber Forensics In India

This is a Unique and Exclusive Techno-Legal Cyber Forensics Initiative Of India. It is supported by Perry4Law, Perry4Law’s Techno Legal Base (PTLB), Perry4Law Techno Legal ICT Training Centre (PTLITC) and other Techno-Legal Initiatives of Perry4Law. The aim of this Blog is to Strengthen Cyber Forensics in India in general and Cyber Forensics Capabilities of India in particular.