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Kapseret Mp Oscar Sudi Deactivates Account After Hacking

Kapseret Mp Oscar Sudi has deactivated his Facebook page after hackers took over the page and started posting pornographic content, we can confirm.

The member of parliament who is popular with courting controversy is yet to speak about the compromization of his page.

Earlier reports on this site had linked the National Intelligence service to the hacking operation targetting Members of Parliament that have in the recent past attacked the first family and handshake.

Pornographic Content Posted On MP Oscar Sudi’s Page

Earlier today, popular hate-speech monger Moses Kuria was arrested by detectives over an assault that happened a year ago. It is seen as a move to silence the MP who has been very vocal against the handshake and mistreatment of Miguna by the Kenyan government.

We are yet to confirm if it is Oscar Sudi who deactivated his account or it was Facebook officials after he complained to them.

Hackers can take over your account through Phishing.

Phishing is a type of social engineering attack often used to steal user data, including login credentials and credit card numbers. It occurs when an attacker, masquerading as a trusted entity, dupes a victim into opening an email, instant message, or text message with some malicious link that usually infiltrates a victims gadget and picks passwords and other data.

We had earlier advised people to use two-factor authentication which sends a unique code even when one manages to get a username and password.

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