Two arrested hacking NTSA database, TIMS system in Ngara

The two were found actively hacking the NTSA database and TIMS system.

THe NTSA TIMS portal. Two suspects arrested for hacking the system. [Photo/File]

In Brief

-The forensic officers upon further inquiry discovered that an NTSA employee known as Anthony Rugut aided the two suspects by connecting them to the Local Area Network.

-Korir had connected a Local Area Network turtle gadget; a covert system administration and pen-testing tool providing stealth remote access.

A team of Digital Forensic experts working on intelligence raided an office in Ngara and managed to nab team two suspected hackers actively on NTSA database and TIMS system.

The officers managed to arrest the suspects namely Michael Onyango and Sylvester Onyango.

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The two were found actively hacking the NTSA database and TIMS system.

The forensic officers upon further inquiry discovered that an NTSA employee known as Anthony Rugut aided the two suspects by connecting them to the Local Area Network.

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Through the help of the 33-year-old Rugut, the two suspects managed to manoeuvre through the systems remotely.

Korir had connected a Local Area Network turtle gadget; a covert system administration and pen-testing tool providing stealth remote access.

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All suspects have been arrested as investigations continue.