Today Thursday, 26th may, unknown hackers accessed a website belonging to Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) and dumped pornographic materials into the website. The hacking took place at around 2:00pm.
KARI managed to get back into control of their website and immediately brought down the devastating pornographic materials just immediately after the netizens started to share the shocking screenshots of the website's contents.
Three years ago in 2019, a group of Australian hackers known as Kurd Electronics also pulled a hacking haist into the popular IFMIS ( ICT Authority-rum Integrated financial Management Information System ).
The Kurd group managed to take control of the IFMIS website and disabled it's functions after dumping Unreadable words into the website. In the same year they also hacked National Development Implementation and Technical Communication (NDICT) website.
Unethical hacking has rapidly growned in the world from criminals trying to obtain sensitive documents from organizations. Hacking is also one of the hindrance to a 100% shift into technology by companies.
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