Classification of cyber crime- While considering the general terrain of cyber law, as of now, the following acts are considered as cyber crimes in I.T. Act, 2000.
Without permission of the authorized user
- Accessing or securing access to such computer system or network.
- Downloading coping or extracting any data or information for such computer system or computer network including information or data held or stored on any removable storage medium.
- Introducing any computer virus or contaminant in the computer, computer system or network.
- Damaging any computer, computer system or network.
- Disrupting the working of the computer, computer system or network.
- Disrupting the access of the computer, computer system or network of an authorized user.
- Providing assistance to ensure unauthorized access to the computer, computer system or network.
- Tampering with computer source documents.
- Hacking with computer system.
- Publishing of information which is obscene in electronic form
- Carrying on activities that are not in compliance with the previsions of the Act.
- Failure to extend all facilities and technical assistance to the controller to decrypt any information necessary for the security of the nation.
- Unauthorized access or attempt to secure unauthorized access to a system that by official notification is declared a protected system.
- Misrepresenting or suppressing any material fact from the Controller or certifying authority for obtaining any license or digital signature certificate.
- Branch of confidentiality and privacy.
- Publishing digital Certificates that are false in certain particulars.
- Failure to furnish any document, report, information, maintain book of account as required by the controller or certifying authorities.