Link, Link, Link!!!

If you live in India, then there is a lot of hype and pressure to get various policies and documents linked to you Aadhar number. Here is a small list I found on how to go about it.

Banks

The following banks allow you to login to your Internet Banking account and link you Aadhar number.

ICICI Bank

HDFC Bank

CitiBank

Standard Chartered Bank

Corporation Bank

Axis Bank

SBI

Shares and Mutual Funds

Your demat trading account will have a provision when you login to link Aadhar number. However this doesn’t apply for Mutual Funds. All mutual funds go through Karvy or CAMS, hence you can visit the following links to update your Aadhar.

https://adl.camsonline.com/InvestorServices/COL_Aadhar.aspx

https://www.karvymfs.com/karvy/Aadhaarlinking_individual.aspx

Insurance Policies

LIC

https://kyclink.licindia.in/UIDSeedingWebApp/
MAX Life

https://buyonline.maxlifeinsurance.com/customer_comm1/nov2017/aadhar/index.html
HDFC Life

https://cp.hdfclife.com/Aadhar_Info/Default.aspx
Exide Life

https://www.oneinsure.com/faq/how-to-link-aadhaar-to-exide-life-insurance-policy#
Bajaj Allianz

https://general.bajajallianz.com/BagicNxt/ValidateAadhaarPAN/LinkDtlsCorpPortalDirect.do

 

ICICI Lombard

https://www.icicilombard.com/link-aadhaar-number

Hope this write-up helps.

 

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Protect yourself from “Bad Rabbit”

Have a look at these links:

https://www.windowscentral.com/new-bad-rabbit-ransomware-attack-spreading-across-europe

https://www.sfimg.com/forum/thread?id=104499&pg=2

https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/2076082-new-ransomware-bad-rabbit-seen-going-through-europe?page=2#entry-7322578

General Purpose Fan

I recently came across a situation where I needed a USB powered fan to cool an electronic device. The Online search began, but resulted in many high priced products.

I stumbled upon this link which described how to convert a normal PC Cabinet fan into a USB powered fan.

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Convert-A-Case-Fan-To-USB/

Hope it helps!

Using WiFi at Work

Assuming you have WiFi at work, most of us login using our company credentials. Android being Android, does provide all the commercial and domestic WiFi connection options. I came across a link which helps you setup WiFi on your Android device using your company login.

http://www.ntu.edu.sg/cits/itnetworking/NTUwireless/Pages/Android(NTUSECURE).aspx

Types of ARP

Have you always wondered what are the different types of Address Resolution Protocols available on a network? Well there are five of them

  • ARP
  • G-ARP
  • InARP
  • RARP
  • ProxyARP

The below two links explain them very well. Do have a look.

http://sumankedala.blogspot.in/2011/06/types-of-arp.html
http://www.happyrouter.com/whats-the-difference-between-arp-reverse-arp-inverse-arp