This research paper is written by Ayushi Tyagi (LLM Corporate Law Student of Manipal University, Jaipur) under the supervision of Prof.(Dr.) Vijay Laxmi Sharma (Director School of Law, Manipal University).

Abstract :

This paper examines the framework of cybercrime, cybercriminals, and their motives, and I want to discuss the details of various cybercrime, as well as the different challenges and response problems that may be encountered during prevention, detection, and investigation and a different IT phase. India 2000 also introduced new provisions in IT law, 2000 and cited cyber cases in India and Uttar Pradesh and currently established cyber cells in Uttar Pradesh.


Cybercrime, cyber law, IT act 2000, cyberstalking, cyber fraud, viruses, cyber defamation, child pornography, India.  


The Internet has become a basic part of lifestyles for countless people around the world, from email to online shopping. Online shopping and banking transactions are on the increase and within the next 10 years,  online is anticipated to become as common as gas or electricity.  It is an evil that has its roots within the growing loyalty of computers in modern life.

Fraud is the deliberate deception of a private or a bunch to steal property or money. Internet fraud involves any program that uses internet sites, chat rooms, and email to supply non-consumer goods and services or to transmit false information to customer. Customers then get counterfeit goods online with their credit cards. Online fraud involves many various programs that are limited only by the imagination and also the ability to determine a seller who intends to deceive the customer.