Mumbai Police has bent upon bringing a positive change in the entire Nation. With their unique way of spreading awareness among the citizens of Nation and Mumbai specifically, they have been gaining appreciation. Recently they took help from Amitabh Bachchan to make the people aware of the need to stay alert and promote safety in Mumbai. Now, they have come up with something more serious. The graph of cybercrime is increasing day by day and we need to bring it to the pause.
Recently Mumbai Police has come up with a witty way to spread awareness about how should our social media passwords be like! We all tend to set the password as our name, mobile phone numbers, date of birth and so on. However, we must know that these are quite common and easily predictable.
Now, Mumabi Police has come up with another tweet where an APE is promoting the cyber safety need. Here what the tweet says, "When on social media, you never know who's on the other side! Ape-ly your brain, be alert and be a #CyberSafety Chimp-ion!
We need to come up with something that’s unique and unheard of. So, here’s what Mumbai Police has to say: “Choose a password no one has ever heard of, nor will ever be able to find out about”
They took the help from Aamir Khan's blockbuster movie 3 Idiots where Aamir Khan was seen teaching the concept of 'FARHANITRATE and PRERAJULISATION'. Though the scene gave us laughter panics, it has an important message to serve. We need to be smart and witty while setting our passwords. Hackers know the instinct of the users and easily trace their passwords. Thus, to end the Cybercrime and stay safe, we must set a unique password.
Before this, Amitabh Bachchan made us all aware about the need to stay alert and Mumbai police came up with this video.
देखिए कैसे फ़िल्मी पर्दे के इन्स्पेक्टर विजय @SrBachchan अपने आँख, कान और दिमाग़ का इस्तेमाल करके असल ज़िंदगी में भी पुलिसवाले हीं है। आप भी हमारे पुलिस परिवार के सदस्य हैं, सतर्क रहिए, मुंबई को सुरक्षित रखिए #AlertMumbaikarSafeMumbai pic.twitter.com/ZXU7LPNcxm— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) April 23, 2019