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Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by crackerspub: 10:41pm On Dec 05, 2017
Awka — The Department for State Security Service (DSS) has warned that giving out phone contacts and other vital personal information to unknown persons could lead to kidnap or other forms of theft.

The Deputy Director of the DSS in-charge of security in Anambra State, Mr. Yekini Ishola, who spoke during a paper presentation in the security department of the Nnamdi Azikiwe University, entitled: 'Developing Technological Strategy Towards Crime Reduction In Tertiary Institution,' said many had fallen victim as a result of this.

He said disclosing telephone numbers, bank verification numbers, ATM card numbers and others could be injurious to people's security.

He identified investigation and intelligence gathering as ways perpetrators of cyber crimes could be nailed, while cautioning the public to desist from disclosing sensitive personal information .

He attributed the increase of cyber crimes in the country to dearth of cyber security experts and other technological means for tackling the menace.

He listed Lagos, Ogun and Oyo States as where internet fraud activities were more prevalent in the South-west region of the country, while identifying a certain tertiary institution(name withheld) in the region as an area of highest concentration of cyber criminals in the country.

He said: "Cyber crimes are not committed by an individual, but a network of criminal activities perpetrated by syndicates using theft, hacking, stalking, malicious software and other dubious means to gain access into personal information and account details.

"As a result of dearth of hitech cyber security apparatus in the country, it could be rather difficult to fight cyber crimes to a standstill.

"Collective responsibility is therefore required to track cyber fraudsters and their cronies. Investigation and intelligence gathering are ways perpetrators of cyber crimes can be nailed."

http://allafrica.com/stories/201712050473.html

Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by NwaAmaikpe: 10:47pm On Dec 05, 2017
shocked


Very big lies.

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Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by yanabasee(m): 11:11pm On Dec 05, 2017
NwaAmaikpe:
shocked

Very big lies.
You can never tell...
Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by SalamRushdie: 11:16pm On Dec 05, 2017
Not possible ..peoples numbers are more available than you think , i once generated on my own 5000 correct mobile numbers and the all worked ..80 percent of kidnap jobs will be organised by someone close to you and the other 20 will be randomly select you based on your vibe
Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by ipobarecriminals: 11:20pm On Dec 05, 2017
daft reasoning. D piou dat srnd fake BvN/job nkoh.Hiw/where do dey get the number from
Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by Homeboiy: 11:22pm On Dec 05, 2017
Kidnap sad

Ana acho ihe n'ikpa onye choko ihe?
Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by sapientia(m): 12:30am On Dec 06, 2017
See how our secret police reason.. imagine his rank..

Aside to protect oil installations and their investment woefully... Nigeria is very porous security wise.

If you see how these men fight with ordinary laptop or android phone, you will understand that we are still deep into shitty analogue.

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Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by Caseless: 1:28am On Dec 06, 2017
So, babes won't give us numbers again? DSS, this is a bad one.
Re: Giving Phone Numbers To Strange Persons May Lead To Your Kidnap, DSS Wa by crackerspub: 3:51am On Dec 06, 2017
He listed Lagos, Ogun and Oyo States as where internet fraud activities were more prevalent in the South-west region of the country, while identifying a certain tertiary institution(name withheld) in the region as an area of highest concentration of cyber criminals in the country.


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Case closed!!!

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