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Gujarat, the westernmost state of country is one of the oldest business points in the world map. It is an abode to some of the largest businesses in the India. A bulk of Gujarat economy is generated from its agricultural and natural resources which includes cotton, sugar, peanuts, groundnuts, various milk products and petrol. The state has produced some of the finest management individuals from IIM, Ahmadabad & designers from NID. Today, Gujarat is amongst the most developed states in the country. It has shown robust growth on almost all parameters of infrastructural developments, be it transport, communication, power or Information Technology.
Rajnish Mahajan, Amit Shah
During the course of Penetration testing of Web Applications at Cyber Security Division, NIC, several security vulnerabilities are identified. One of these vulnerabilities includes the finding that the credentials traveling in clear text can be sniffed from the network. The credentials can also be detected with the help of memory editing tools on shared systems which are used to access the authentication web pages. Considering the common nature of these problems and their solutions, throwing light on the underlying concepts is a must read for those targeting the problem while developing secure code in an effective manner. The following section sheds light on the solution to the problem
Snigdha Acharya
Kerala is bordered by a range of mountains viz. the Western Ghats on the eastern side and the Arabian Sea on the western side. The coastal line of the Arabian Sea sprawling on the western part of the state is 590 kms in length. The population of fisher folk in Kerala is estimated at about 10.85 lakhs. In order to facilitate optimum utilization of the available fisheries resources in the country and also to meet the objectives of Inland & Marine fisheries and aquaculture development programmes, Fisheries Information System Network (FISHNET) was developed.
M Kasthuri
National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) is one of the landmark programmes of the department. It has been operational for some time now. How is it shaping up the e-Governance landscape in the country?
The Government is according high priority to various e-governance initiatives. For improving e-governance, communication is a key ingredient and forms the basis of instructions. The Cabinet Secretariat invited National Informatics Centre, DIT, GOI, to operationalise the Executive Video Conferencing System (EVCS) in the offices of all Secretaries to the Government of India and Chief Secretaries of all the States/Union Territories. Instructions had also been given to install multi-point Video Conferencing facility in the Committee room of Cabinet Secretariat to facilitate holding Committee of Secretaries meetings in a convenient and expeditious way.
Dr. Shubhag Chand, Anand Swaroop

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