Since mid-2017, cybercriminals have been targeting financial institutions in a number of West African countries using a variety of commodity malware programs and living off the land tools (i.e., tools already installed on targeted computers, or simple scripts and shellcode run directly in memory). To date, organizations in Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ghana,... Continue Reading →
Sad, what people do for money; after series of blind interviews with scammers, it's discovered that for some Nigerians and Ghanaians, scamming is the easiest way to earn a living in an economy plagued with spirit-breaking recession and massive unemployment, while for some others, it's only the easiest source of massive extra-income to sponsor their... Continue Reading →
Following the negative report from the general public towards the SARSoperatives, the Police Public Relation Officer Badmus Opetodolapo has taken to her Instagram page to share an open letter to the operatives.
OPEN LETTER TO SARS OPERATIVES.
Bad eggs within the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS), please be informed that not all good-looking young men out there are “yahoo yahoo” boys, a lot of them are young Nigerians “hustling” up and down to make ends meet.
Kindly note that some young upcoming stars believe that weaving, plaiting and designing their hairs Rastafarian is another way to be accepted as an entertainer (even though most times it doesn’t appeal to me).
Some couple of days ago, I saw the son of a high ranking officer with a dreadlock hairstyle, does that Indicate that he’s a fraudster?! Hell “No”, that young man is well trained and brought up, he’s…
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How do you see this?
Voodoo in progress!
Well I’ll say.. That’s how much damage a proffessional scammer can do to someone’s life
A white woman has called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to leave Yahoo boys alone and stop hunting them for their cyber crimes because they are not complaining.
In a video shared online, the woman said they don’t mind sending their money to Yahoo boys because they make them happy. She added that it is the duty of white women to make Yahoo boys fresh.
“EFCC Nigeria, leave Yahoo boys alone. It’s our duty to make them fresh. We are happy sending the boys money because they make us happy”.
Simple, short and impressive!
I’m not going to lie, I have been wanting to write this post ever since I started.
Blogging has been fun, although I did encounter some frustration here and there.
Unlike some of you, I actually do care about likes and followers.
For a large amount of my life nobody has been interested in talking or listening to me and now, suddenly 1000 people are!
That’s not completely true btw. On an average I get 50 likes per post, that’s 5% of the followers. Some hit “like” without reading, I’m sure. And I’d say I only interact with around 10 people regularly.
Anyhow, my initial goal for blogging was to get rich and famous so I don’t have to depend on office jobs which never seem to make me really happy.
And to do that, you have to become an influencer a la Kim K.
Of course in…
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A 25-year-old South African woman and a man from Ivory Coast were arrested for drug smuggling in two separate cases at Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Thailand. Thai media report that Ms Nozipho Nene arrived on an Emirates flight from Dubai with a kilo of cocaine in her travel bag. Customs officials discovered the drugs during... Continue Reading →