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Fake mail on Aadhaar: UIDAI urges people not to click on them  3 Days ago

Source:   Times Of India  

NEW DELHI: A fake mail telling users about the changes in the Aadhaar card download password is doing rounds. The mail comes with a link asking people to click on it to know the updated format.

UIDAI made it clear that they are not sending these mails and users should not click on the link provided in these fake mails. They also said that user should first check as to where these mails are coming from.

UIDAI indeed made changes in the downloading of pdf format of Aadhaar. Earlier a person just had to give his area pincode as password but now the user has to write first four letters of his name and date of birth. The information is available on UIDAI’s official website ( https://eaadhaar.uidai.gov.in).

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