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The expensive lifestyle of the Ugandan h****r who was a******d for attempting to h**k into MPesa and IEBC computer systems (Photos)

April 10, 2017 at 06:51
The expensive lifestyle of the Ugandan hacker who was arrested for attempting to hack into MPesa and IEBC computer systems (Photos)

It’s now obvious h*****s are on the loose preying on databases of banks, mobile phone companies and money transfer service providers.

Even before the dust settles on Alex Mutuku, another h****r is making headlines after he attempted to gain unauthorized access to data in IEBC and Mpesa computer systems.

Also read: Alex Mutuku who stole 4 billion from KRA now desperately pleads with Kenyans to contribute towards his bail

A certain Ronald Nsale is being held by the police on suspicion of attempting to h**k into Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) and MPesa.

The Ugandan national was a******d a fortnight ago and was presented in court last week on Monday April 3rd, the p*********n asked for more time to complete investigations into claims that he stole money from Safaricom and several banks.

Ronald Nsale (left) in court Photo/Daily Nation

Photos have since surfaced online showing the expensive lifestyle Ronald Nsale used to live before he was apprehended. In some photos, the h****r is seen showing of loads of cash in foreign currency.

Ronald Nsale shows off a 100 dollar bills Photo/Tuko

Meanwhile Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore said the telecommunications giant foiled an elaborate cybercrime f***d attempt to h**k into its systems thanks to its state-of-the-art information security system which easily triggers an alarm if a breach is detected.

“Safaricom has foiled an elaborate cyber-c***e f***d attempt to h**k into its company systems. Safaricom’s Risk Management unit detected the intrusion and immediately escalated the i******t to the security agencies. Safaricom maintains a state-of- the-art information security system which easily triggers an alarm if a breach is detected. This matter is being treated with the seriousness it deserves.. I wish assure our customers that all their data is safe and we have no evidence of any money being removed from the system,” said Safaricopm CEO Bob Collymore in a statement.

 

 

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