Category: Security

Africa's Fintech Cyber attack

Growth in Fintech Drives Growth in Cyberattacks

Africa’s Fintech ecosystem has surged 60% in the last two years and the continent’s Fintech firms have grown to 491 from 301 in 2017, with $132.8 million raised in 2018 Africa’s Fintech sector is booming! According to reports (, Africa’s Fintech ecosystem has surged 60% in the last two years and the continent’s Fintech firms have […]
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How to delete your Google Photos

By Express VPN Facebook, Instagram, and Google Photos are all wonderful platforms for storing and sharing your photos. But if you are concerned that having your photos online will affect your internet privacy, this guide will show you how to delete your Google Photos. Google Photos is a free photo and video storage service that provides unlimited space and automatic file backup. While […]
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Whatsapp Down. Can’t send Photos

Popular messaging app WhatsApp appears to have stopped working, with users unable to send some messages via audio and image.             Instead, users are subjected to a “download failed” without loading the content. The same error message requires users to ask for the picture to be sent over again. Complaints […]
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Kaspersky Lab opens new office in Kigali

In order to support the expansion of its business in East Africa, Kaspersky Lab announces the opening of a newly relocated office in Kigali, Rwanda. The Moscow-based firm now adds to its portfolio of 37 Kaspersky Lab offices in 32 countries around the world, protecting more than 400 million users worldwide. The Kigali office will […]
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Tips for Detecting a Hack Early

Even if you think you’re doing everything right, there’s always a chance your site will be hacked. If it happens, it is important to find out quickly. An attacker with control of your site can do a lot of damage to your site visitors, your SEO rankings and your reputation. If your website is critical […]
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Optimizing brute force protection

One of the ways attackers try to break in to your site is by guessing your username and password. They try to figure out valid usernames and then try lists of common passwords in hopes of successfully logging in. These “dictionary attacks” are a type of brute force login attack. Wordfence includes a number of […]
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