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Bug in  IRCTC app can let anyone cancel your booked ticket if exploited

Bug in IRCTC app can let anyone cancel your booked ticket if exploited

By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 21 Feb, 2019

A security researcher found a major security vulnerability that if exploited would have allowed an attacker to have cancelled a booked ticket on train-ticketing site IRCTC. The flaw, if remained unfixed could have allowed any hacker to access personal details like address and phone number of any of the million users.

How to check IRCTC Live Train & PNR status through WhatsApp

How to check IRCTC Live Train & PNR status through WhatsApp

By: Ajaay Srinivasan, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 21 Aug, 2018

Users will now be able to receive updates on live status of trains, PNR status, train timings cancellation status and the platform your train might be in, all through simple texts on WhatsApp. To get started, need we remind you that you’ll need to have an active WhatsApp account on your smartphone.

IRCTC website redesigned with search for trains without logging in and more

IRCTC website redesigned with search for trains without logging in and more

By: Ajaay Srinivasan, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 30 May, 2018

The new railway ticket booking website no longer asks for a user’s log-in credentials to search for trains or enquire about the availability of the seats. There is also an additional feature that lets users check the probability of a waiting list ticket getting confirmed.

Budget 2017:  Service Charge abolished on digital rail bookings via IRCTC

Budget 2017: Service Charge abolished on digital rail bookings via IRCTC

By: Rishi Chawla, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 01 Feb, 2017

Post demonetisation, government had temporarily waived the service tax on digital rail bookings.

RBI simplifies mobile fund transfers

RBI simplifies mobile fund transfers

By: Rahul Gupta, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 12 Nov, 2011

Banking sector regulator has allowed transfer of money from ATM to Mobile.

Now use your phone as train ticket

Now use your phone as train ticket

By: Rahul Gupta, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi - 16 Sep, 2011

Now showing your ticket on your internet enabled phone/ smartphone along with a valid ID is allowed for train travel.