ADHAAR LEAKED! Beware! Check the last six months usage record online

AADHAAR LEAKED! Beware! Check The Last Six Months Usage Record Online

AADHAAR LEAKED! Beware! Check the last six months usage record online

‘FORGERY’ is the word that is profusely scaring the Indians recently. After our encounter with many cons, the revelation with unethical rackets, and being the experimental target of the digital thieves, we have become terrifically aware of what is happening with our “Aadhaar Card.”

ADHAAR LEAKED! Beware! Check the last six months usage record online

Are our identification details safe in the government’s locker? Is someone misusing our Aadhaar Cards and putting them into effect in specific illegal activities?

Especially, after the blasting exposure of how Aadhaar database can be purchased through internet only for Rs 500 has jerked the heads and heels of the common mass. The government portals have been flooded with people’s concern over the security of private data.

We got a response from the bench of UIDAI (Unique Identification Authority of India). It was clarified that the case was mere unauthorized access to the Aadhaar website. However, there was no instance of stealing of biometric data.

Inspite of the clarification, a debate has been raised over the Aadhaar security.

It’s better for us if we learn how to find out what is happening with our Aadhaar card and where the cards have been used in the last six months.

No! No one has to step outside the home or the comfy place to be enlightened with the truth. The online facility of UIDAI has let us do the needful from anywhere. We need an internet connection to our digital device like a computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone, etc.

Be careful of the third party websites as the chances of leakage of our data is more in these zones.

The Aadhaar card holders can check the authentication history here:

Verify where your Aadhaar has been utilized in the past six months.

As per UIDAI’s right version “This feature can be used to view Authentication details. Fetch your Adhaar authentication history (Notifications) data.” Howbeit, you have an option to complain if you find any misuse.

A remembrance:

Keep your Adhaar registered phone number always with you.

Here is the step-by-step guidance:

  • Open a search engine page like Google Chrome, Bing, Yahoo, MSN, etc.

  • Go to the Adhaar authentication history page.

  • Type or paste ‘https://resident.uidai.gov.in/notification-aadhaar’ on the browser window.

  • Now, enter the 12 digit Adhaar number in the demanded box. It is located below the Adhaar Authentication History.

  • It’s time to put the 4-digit security code given there in the below.

  • Click on the term “Generate OTP.”

  • You will get an OTP (One Time Password) coming to your registered mobile number.

  • Don’t forget to verify the number on the UIDAI website.

You will see a page appear in front of you that enquires for the following information:

✓ Authentication Type ✓ Select Data Range ✓ Number of Records ✓ OTP

 

What is Authentication Type?

It is a drop-down that includes options like:

✓ Demographic ✓ Biometric ✓ All ✓ Demographic & Biometric ✓ Demographic & OTP ✓ Biometric & OTP

 

You need to choose “All” as an option in the page’s drop-down menu

The page will show you the date, time and all types of Adhaar Authentication requests that have been made in the specific period that you selected. But, you won’t be able to view the name of the people who requested the authentication.

  • Click on the option “Select Date Range.” Then, choose the number of months. You can select up to 6 months to the maximum.

Here, you have to fill in “Number of Records.” Keep it in mind that you can request for maximum 50 records.

  • Now, enter the OTP for authentication.

  • Click on “Submit” button.

The long desired page will come into your view: You can see all the places where your Adhaar have been used.


IMPORTANT:

If you discover any misuse, immediately dial 1945.

Is there any toll-free helpline number available for 24 x 7 hours?

Yes, owing to the increase in the use of Adhaar card in transactions in the Government Sectors, Banking Arenas, etc., UIDAI has launched a renovated version for helping the people avail fast access to any information related to Adhaar.

The toll-free helpline number is ‘1947’.

It is available all around the year on the IVRS mode. The call center executives will be on duty from 7 am to 11 pm from Monday to Saturday. You will get answers from them from 8 am to 5 pm on Sundays. The agents manage around 1.5 lakhs of calls each day.

Dr. Ajay Bhusan Pandey, Chief Executive Officer of UIDAI, told that the toll-free helpline-1947 had been refurbished for handling more incoming calls that have helped to bring Adhaar closer to all the citizens. People can access it via landline or mobile phone. It’s beneficial as the Banking sector is pressing over the Adhaar number for the identification of the individuals.

Besides, the residents can do the following:

✓ Locate Adhaar Enrollment Centre ✓ Know Adhaar number’s generation status after the enrollment ✓ Redeem the Adhaar details of anyone who hasn’t get it via post or has lost it

In the de-monetization era in India, the use of Adhaar is sky-high and is required to deposit in every sphere both government and private.

UIDAI has come forward to caution the general public to precisely specify the reason of providing Adhaar letter photocopies for prevention of exploitation.

Dr. Pandey has voiced that the general public submits the Adhaar letter’s photocopies to the banks. They have been urged to indicate the purpose of offering the same including time and date. He further added that it is a good practice for the people whenever they present photocopies of the distinct documents. Adhaar is digitally verifiable. It can be authenticated anywhere and anytime. There are limited chances of misuse.

Can anyone hack your bank account by using the Adhaar number?

Just by gaining your Adhaar number, it’s not possible to draw money from ATM or hack your bank account. If you don’t reveal your PIN or OTP provided to you by the bank, your money is safe. There hasn’t been found any case of monetary loss due to Adhaar number.

Can UIDAI track your activities by using your biometrics, PAN, bank account, etc.?

✓ Let us tell you that UIDAI database contains the following: ✓ Your name

✓ Address ✓ Gender ✓ Date of Birth ✓ Ten Finger Prints ✓ Two IRIS scans ✓ Facial photo ✓ Mobile Number ✓ Email ID

UIDAI doesn’t contain any particulars about your caste, family, religion, bank accounts, education, mutual funds, financial documents, shares, etc.

Finally, the rumors of Adhaar card breaches have been promulgated as false. It is being articulated that in the last 7 years, Adhaar database has never been ruptured. The stories are found to be the outcomes of misreporting. UIDAI possess advanced security technologies for keeping your date 100% safe and secure. Regular upgradations are done for meeting the rising security threats.

AADHAAR LEAKED! Beware! Check the last six months usage record online

Then also, who can say how the thieves will attack your accounts? It’s better to be safe than wretched. Follow the given tips and get the last six months’ usage record now.

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