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Protecting you against ransomware this Ganesh Chaturthi

Wishing you all a Happy Ganesh Chaturthi. Let Ganesh delight us with happiness & protect us against evil. When we say evil, we mean the cyber evil like ransomware that can infect your computer & IT systems and affect your business progress

To help you against such ransomware attacks, we suggest you to take preventive measures by watching this video Prevention against Ransomware.

Why keeping your data safe is important in GST?

Section 57 under GST Act dictates that “Proper electronic backup of records shall be maintained and preserved, and such data should be produced on demand“. Thus, request you to prevent & protect yourself by looking at the video and following our guidelines. We also insist you to be on Windows 7 and above OS since Windows XP support & security patch updates have been stopped.
Aslo you can enjoy GOFRUGAL Windows notifications directly on your desktop with important information regarding GST filing and other security updates with videos only if you are on Windows 7 OS & above
Note: GOFRUGAL will not be able to help you recover your data once your system is corrupted with Ransom ware. Prevention is the only possible option

Guidelines you can follow to keep your data protected

  • Have the latest Windows security patch updates
  • Disable network sharing of files
  • Have an upto date Anti-virus protection
  • Regular backup of data – external drive & on cloud

The GSTR-3B filing

Hope you have completed filing the GSTR 3B returns filing. In case you have not filed it yet, check out our self-help videos here. Also, get clarified on all your queries in our GSTR-3B Podcast series. Also, we are working on the GSTR 1 and GSTR 2 GST filing process, you can follow our release schedule here
Wishing you all happy Ganesh Chaturthi again. Lord Ganesha the remover of obstacles and God of new beginnings welcomes the GST filing by taking the GST typography form in his gracious face. P.S: Refer the banner image – Artistic touch they say 🙂