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DCI issues arrest warrant for imposter accused of hacking mobile money app | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker | #hacking | #aihp


The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has issued
a warrant of arrest for a suspected imposter wanted over cyber crime cases in
Nairobi.

DCI in a statement on Friday said the suspect, Kevin Kiprono, allegedly impersonated a system administrator at a mobile money application and hacked the system leading to the loss of huge sums of money.

“In the case, he is implicated. Kevin Kiprono is
believed to have hacked a mobile money App leading to the loss of huge sums of money
and thereafter holing up,” stated.

“Kevin Kiprono, whose photo is attached, is wanted by
DCI Serious Crime Unit being a suspect in a case of Impersonation and unauthorized access to a computer system reported at Parklands Police
Station.”

DCI says Kiprono had been arrested but was released last
year on December 19, on a police cash bail pending the conclusion of investigations.

He however failed to show up on the compelled date.

Detectives are thus urging the public to assist with any
information that may help to nab the suspect, further ordering Kiprono to
present himself to any nearest police station.

“Equally, should this post be received by Kevin
Kiprono, you are hereby ordered to present yourself to any police station for
further legal action,” DCI noted.

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