Net Surfing is the easiest task but to know what gateway we are using and how much this platform makes us prone to dangers of getting the most of information out to the world still after privacy setting we feel I AM SAFE.

Somewhere we have to think that digitalization in future will let to the biggest threat to Health safety and security of digitalized Nations.

On Friday, 12 May 2017,

Largest cyber attack that left infecting more than 230,000 computers in 150 countries, demanding ransom payments in the crypto currency bit coin in 28 languages. WannaCry began affecting computers worldwide. The initial infection attacked either through a vulnerability in the network defenses or a very well-crafted spear phishing attack.

What is Crypto currency bit coin: – To get more familiar with this term for present and future on-line payment such as sending payments via banks, transferring money via money transfer operators or buying goods and services over the internet, using credit card.

Disruption and challenges :- In financial industry crypto currencies such as Bit coin is a major concern issue as we are moving ahead towards digitalization and crypto currency the more of on-line money transfer and internet payable services.

Major challenge:- Widespread use of these services customer adoption, stakes at major risks regarding crypto currencies, Every day, new Bitcoin startups are announced in the press, and an increasing number of businesses are reported to accept it as a means of payment.

Payments industry players are closely watching these developments, because crypto currencies have the potential to disrupt and transform the existing global financial infrastructure. Invented as ‘a peer-to-peer version of electronic cash (that) allows online payments to be sent directly from one party to another without going through a financial institution’, Bit coin is considered by its supporters to be a faster, cheaper and more convenient alternative to other payment mechanisms created by Satoshi Nakamoto, who published the invention on 31 October 2008 to a cryptography mailing list in a research paper called “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System”.

The attack affected Telefónica and several other large companies in Spain, as well as parts of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS),  FedEx, Deutsche Bahn and LATAM Airlines. Other targets in at least 99 countries were also reported to have been attacked around the same time.

According to reports, three or more hardcoded bitcoin addresses, or “wallets”, are used to receive the payments of victims. Thus with all such wallets their transactions and balances are publicly accessible even though the wallet owners remain unknown.

The attack affected many National Health Service hospitals in England and Scotland, and up to 70,000 devices — including computers, MRI scanners, blood-storage refrigerators and theatre equipment

Nissan Motor Manufacturing UK in Tyne and Wear, one of Europe’s most productive car manufacturing plants, halted production after the ransomware infected some of their systems.

Renault also stopped production at several sites in an attempt to stop the spread of the ransomware

Cybersecurity expert Ori Eisen said that the attack appears to be “low-level” stuff, given the ransom demands of $300 and states that the same thing could be done to crucial infrastructure, like nuclear power plants, dams or railway systems.

According to James Scott from the Institute of Critical Infrastructure Technology, ransomware emerged “as an epidemic” in 2016, with the healthcare sector being particularly vulnerable. He stated that “the staff has no cyber-hygiene training, they click on phishing links all the time. The sad thing is they weren’t backing up their data properly either, so that’s a big problem. They should be doing that all the time.” He also notes that “you’re only as strong as your weakest link within your organization from a cyber-perspective”.

The attack brought the value of having good, secure backups and good cyber-security including having the latest security patches installed delay in applying security updates and lack of support by Microsoft of legacy versions of Windows left many users vulnerable.

Virtual Relations VS Real Relations

Hardly now we memorize any of the numbers, remember the dates and days, What we don’t forget is the status update?

Today we are connected and living in the most developed stage of life also called Science Age i guess?

Are we really connected?
Do we know the real address of our friend on networking sites?
But then why we believe on them ?
Hardly we get to talk to our Real relations about our problems?
On dinner table how long do we interact with family members?
Falling in love on net ?
Lack of faith in Real relationships ?
Trending fashion of having Girlfriend & Boyfriend ?
But why not Marriages ?
Why we need relationship manager on matrimony site ?
We are not capable to handle our own relations?
Over the years why it became a taboo’None working girls do not get married’?
Where are social gatherings and parties ?
Families got isolated?
We are getting lurked to a technology that is giving us nothing but loneliness with not even letting us know that how far have we been came to with it ?
Going some ones homes makes feel offended because half of there interest is in T.V or replying on social media sites.
A household women is not counted as an important part in life ?
Why do we have so many comparisons, weighting of relations, profit and loss before making one, Societal benefits etc.
Why do we need these sites to show whats going on in life by an EMO JI ?
Do we have hard copies of photographs ?
Hardly now we memorize any of the numbers, remember the dates and days, What we don’t forget is the status update?

The technological singularity is the hypothesis that the invention of artificial super intelligence will abruptly trigger run away technological growth, resulting in unfathomable changes to human civilization.

Technological slaves.

Steve Jobs, a Hindu holy man, and the Apple logo


In the ’70s Steve Jobs travelled to India to visit a renowned guru whose favourite fruit became the logo of one of the world’s most renowned companies. Geoff Wood talks with other spiritual seekers and finds out what the future billionaire might have been looking for.

Before Mr Jobs founded what is now the world’s largest tech company, he travelled to India early in 1974, desperate for darshan (sight), and to be in the presence of the renowned Hindu holy man Neem Karoli Baba, also known as Maharaj-ji.

Considered to be a manifestation of the god Hanuman, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Maharaj-ji had become something of a magnet to young westerners making the now-familiar ‘journey to the East’. From his ashram in Kainchi in the foothills of the Himalayas, he received a steady flow of spiritual seekers from all over the world. Among them was the young Richard Alpert who would later find fame as Ram Dass, author of the seminal book Be Here Now.

Larry Brilliant, an epidemiologist who went on to run Google’s philanthropic organisation Google.org and oversee the Skoll Global Threats Fund, was another early visitor. Given the name Subramanyum, he was tasked by his guru to eradicate smallpox, a project which he undertook with the help of the World Health Organization.

Mr Jobs at the time was working at the young video games start-up Atari in Los Angeles. But the seed of his spiritual quest had already been sown. Jai Uttal, a Kirtan musician and world sacred music pioneer, told me this story on a recent trip to Australia:

Let me share with you a very interesting story. We don’t know the effects of ourselves and every step that we make in life. It’s very hard to know. We say hi to somebody in the street, we don’t know the ripples of all of our actions. So my memory for my life—my memory is not that great—I went to Reed College in 1969, which is the same school that Steve Jobs went to. Now Steve was a year younger than me, so I dropped out in five months, so I didn’t stay in school. So I didn’t meet him then. I met him a little later with a friend of mine, just said hi, kinda, and then after I had dropped out of college I went up to Reed College on a small music tour with some friends and Steve and his friend came to hear our concert. After the concert we all hung out and I was just freshly back from India and I told Steve and his buddy all about Maharaj-ji and this is what ignited the desire in him to go see him.

Now I didn’t remember any of this until a couple of months ago, right after Steve died his friend sent me an email and said hi, and so great to reconnect with you. I [did] not remember him but he reminded me of a couple of times that we had re-met over the years and he said that I wanted to tell you that it was our hanging out with you that night in 1973 that stimulated us to go to India to see Maharaj-ji and sadly we didn’t meet him. And I thought, that is such an amazing story, and not because I, big me, got him to go to India. I didn’t mean that, but just how we influence each other on this journey and we never know it. I was blown out by that and I was very happy to hear it. And odd that I have no real memory of it, but there it is.

Mr Jobs flew into New Delhi in April 1974, booked into a cheap hotel and came down with dysentery almost immediately. As soon as he was well enough he travelled to Haridwar in western India for the great Hindu festival known as the Kumbh Mela. From there he took a train and a bus to Kainchi in the foothills of the Himalayas to the ashram of Neem Karoli Baba. He rented a room with a mattress on the floor from a local family who fed him vegetarian meals. But he had arrived too late. Maharaj-ji was no longer present, having attained Mahasamadhi (left his body) the previous September.

Another devotee at the Kainchi ashram in the early ’70s was Jeffrey Kagel, known today as Krishna Das, the chant master of American yoga. Like many others he arrived at his first darshan loaded with apples as an offering to Maharaj-ji. I asked Krishna Das what happened next:

Well we heard that he likes apples, so we brought apples. It was funny. I offered them to him and he took them and immediately distributed them to other people in the room. And I thought, ‘Oh, he doesn’t like my apples.’ So he immediately looked at me and said, ‘What did I do?’ And I said, ‘I don’t know.’ ‘Did I do right?’ I said, ‘I don’t know.’ ‘Did I do right?’ I said, ‘Anything you do is right.’ He just laughed and said, ‘If one has God, one doesn’t need anything. One has no desire.’ And then I saw myself and all my desires and I went, ‘Oh boy, I’ve got a long way to go.’ It was funny but the thing was he knew exactly what I was thinking immediately. And he showed me he did. And he taught me from the inside that way.

Like Krishna Das, Mr Jobs never forgot his time at the Kainchi ashram. Although he arrived too late to meet his guru in person—and despite his subsequent rise to fame—for most of his life Mr Jobs continued to pursue prajna, a Sanskrit word used in Hindu and Buddhist philosophy meaning consciousness or wisdom, a form of cognitive understanding of the nature of reality achieved through meditation and mindfulness.

In his later years he turned also to Zen Buddhism for answers. But as a young man, his first great pilgrimage took him to India, and to a Hindu holy man fond of apples.


This the the time when we are connected to virtual world so much that the meaning of true and real relations has started lagging behind consciously or unconsciously .

Over the years i have talked to more then thousands of people on social platforms initially people seems to be fair and good enough but then there are very small issues that hurt there egos and the other moment it happens, everything  starts becoming worst for say when there was yahoo messenger the demand was always to on the camera and show the identity while declining  this idea that polite person starts abusing and becomes a horrid man, at that time messenger was a craze and people used to become friend and connectivity was very instant and so was the end .

Sitting on the online platform we never know when interacting with strangers what they are who they are the identity lost thing or no identity thing while writing this article.

Similarly today the elite the very educated intellects are on Platforms those who hold the offices of responsibility but more then being social people are going wild on each other to prove there point and to satisfy there ego without even noticing that they are setting a worst of example in many sense whether hatred for each other , language usage, cold wars, etc .

I took a kind of survey and randomly added people to ask them about there experience on virtual world .

As stated by him it was,

It was an prank…


By my frnd He was having an id on fb And he made it luk totally like a girl okie lol He send me frnd rqst Actually he was my child hood frnd So he knew everything kool He made every possible way to make me realize dat he is a girl then do u flirted or like u talk to me ? And den he used to chat all day long

No actually i was not totally agreed by him ,okie

there was pics ? But some how he made fool

Yeah sure ,ok then ?

I will hav to find .Den he gave me his no and told me dat u can cll only in evening

Btween 4-6 ,He made his gf to talk to me

So i was totally cnfused

He said i m in love wid u

But on lighter note after 4 mnths he told me dat it was prank

It was his bday party

And all of them were just making me crazy



Dats all

hahha ,u dint cried falling in love with a girl

turned to be boy…I was astonished !!


thats kool


ok so tell me one thing


iska koi or impact ho sakta tha i mean other then this like he was your friend toh ?

Hmm Blkl

Vishwaas uth jaata h AgR wo mera frnd nhi hota to shayad i would have reacted in some other way yeah thats human psychology

Mtlb i cud have gone crazy

Mtlb kch bhi

Emotions k saath koi khele u wil definetly get hurt

Yeah thats what i am trying to figure out that such pranks can be very disastrous

Thanks for sharing .

Disclaimer: Kindly Note this is an observation, did not meant to hurt anyones feelings,