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26 Aug

Hacking Techniques

Top 10 Common Hacking Techniques You Should Know About

Below are some of the hacking techniques that are commonly used to get your personal information in an unauthorized way.

1.ClickJacking Attacks: ClickJacking is also known by a different name, UI Redress. In this attack, the hacker hides the actual UI where the victim is supposed to click. This behavior is very common in-app download, movie streaming, and torrent websites.
2.Virus, Trojan: Viruses or Trojans are malicious software programs that get installed into the victim’s system and keep sending the victim’s data to the hacker.
3.Phishing: Phishing is a hacking technique using which a hacker replicates the most-accessed sites and traps the victim by sending that spoofed link.
4.Eavesdropping (Passive Attacks): Unlike other attacks that are active in nature, using a passive attack, a hacker can monitor the computer systems and networks to gain some unwanted information.
5.Fake WAP: Just for fun, a hacker can use software to fake a wireless access point. This WAP connects to the official public place WAP. Once you get connected to the fake WAP, a hacker can access your data, just like in the case above.
6.Waterhole attacks: If you are a big fan of Discovery or National Geographic channels, you could relate easily with the waterhole attacks. To poison a place, in this case, the hacker hits the most accessible physical point of the victim.
7.Denial of Service (DoS\DDoS): A Denial of Service attack is a hacking technique of taking down a site or server by flooding that site or server with a huge amount of traffic so that the server is unable to process all the requests in real-time and finally crashes down.
8.Keylogger:  A keylogger is a simple software that records the key sequence and strokes of your keyboard into a log file on your machine.
9.Cookie theft: The cookies in our browser store personal data such as browsing history, username, and passwords for different sites we access. Once the hacker gets access to your cookie, he can even authenticate himself as you on a browser. A popular method to carry out this attack is to manipulate a user’s IP packets to pass through attacker’s machine.
10. Bait and Switch: Using Bait and Switch hacking technique, an attacker can buy advertising spaces on the websites. The hacker can run a malicious program that the user believes to be authentic. This way, after installing the malicious program on your computer, the hacker gets unprivileged access to your computer.

Ways to protect yourself from hackers.

1: Don’t access personal or financial data with public Wi-Fi.
2: Turn off anything you don’t need.
3: Choose your apps wisely.
4: Use a password, lock code or encryption.
5: Be skeptical about links and attachments.
6: Make us of Trace or erase on Mobile Devices: You can set up your device to lock itself after a pre-set number  of failed log-in attempts.

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Do you suspect you have been hacked? Do you need help investigate?
Call us  +254 722 435 163 or +254 711 051 000.

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19 Aug

6 Ways to Protect Yourself From Hackers

6 Ways to Protect Yourself From Hackers

All the information on your phone or devices could be easily be made available to hackers in the area, unless you’ve taken steps to secure and protect your data. Find out how to prevent hackers from accessing your data.

What you need to do to prevent your devices from being hijacked by hackers.

1. Don’t access personal or financial data with public Wi-Fi.

Hackers offer free public internet to install malwares in target devices randomly.

2. Turn off anything you don’t need.

Devices that have been hacked before or have vulnerable application running silently in the background, the hackers use this loopholes to install malicious files, live virus or even do remote access of your device to exploit your data.

3. Choose your apps wisely.

Hackers are have created a habit of cloning genuine application to unsuspecting victims. Before installing any application, ensure it’s legitimate , secure and up-to-date. Always read the reviews from past users experience to see if there are faults faced and vulnerability reports sent.

4. Use a password, lock code or encryption.

A habit to constantly changing your password will help reduce chances of hackers accessing  your devices.

5. Be skeptical about links and attachments.

Before you open any link and downloads or attachments ensure you have scanned  them or any URL is scanned before clicking as hackers use fake links and attachments to redirect victims to their target vulnerable area. In the process they install malwares silently.

6. Trace or erase.

Always remember you can set up your device to lock itself after a pre-set number of failed log-in attempts. This reduces chances of the hackers accessing your data.

Do you suspect you have been hacked or hackers have attacked?

CALL US ON +254 722 435 163 or +254 711 051 000 to talk to our experts now.

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09 Jul
22 Jun

9 Reasons Digital Fraud Is On The Rise

9 Reasons Digital Fraud Is On The Rise.

1: Chaos caused by the global COVID-19 crisis.

Opportunistic hackers are taking advantage of the chaotic, global crisis to commit even more fraudulent activity. There is an extensive monitoring going on done by hackers as people work from home with the lockdown, all their digital payments are being monitored, communications and any other activity, hence digital fraud is becoming more rampant.

2: A changing e-commerce landscape.

Another trend impacting the rise in digital fraud is more retail purchases shifting online.

3: The advent of new marketplace platforms.

From social networks and dating apps to food delivery, alternative transportation, and vacation rentals, digital channels have revolutionized almost every industry. This new platforms are creating stepping stones for trails for digital fraud with baits being set by hackers to lure users with fake pseudo accounts look as if they are genuine.

4: Payments moving online.

In addition to consumers transacting more in online marketplaces, they are also using peer-to-peer payment (P2P) and e-Wallet apps more often. The easiest way a digital fraud takes place is interception of the P2P by hackers to divert the funds.

5:Increasingly digital banking services.

Today’s consumers demand more online and mobile services from their financial institutions. As a result, legacy banks are going digital. This is opening a Pandora box for hackers to take advantage of loopholes for applications that are not secure enough causing digital fraud to take place.

6: New consumer expectations.

Today’s consumers also expect their data to be secure. Yet they will abandon any transaction that takes too long, requires too much data, or is too complex. Whenever a consumer ignores to fully comply to the terms and conditions that help secure a transaction this leads to digital fraud taking place as hackers intercept this  incomplete transactions and change credentials.

7:More sophisticated fraud tactics.

Due to an increasing number of data breaches over recent years, fraudsters can more easily access PII (personally identifiable information) and use it against consumers.

8:Unclear legal jurisdiction of cross-border fraud.

Global commerce gives today’s online retailers and marketplaces an opportunity to reach even more customers.

9:Technological advancements.

Today, digital fraud has also accelerated and grown even more sophisticated due to the rise of e-commerce, mobile payments, and computing power.

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08 Jun

Cyber Attacks Protection

How to Protect Your Organization Against Cyber Attacks?

Witnessing the extent of damage cyber attacks can cause should be reason enough to take the necessary preventive measures right away. So, here are some steps you can take to reinforce your organization’s cyber security framework and keep it shielded from cyber attacks.
1) Generate Cyber Security Awareness:
2) Implement a Phishing Incident Response Tool for Cyber Attacks
3) Carry Out Cyber VAPT
4) Keep the Systems Updated:
5) Implement MFA: Enable Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) across all the applicable endpoints of your organization’s networks to prevent Cyber Attacks.


So, don’t wait for your company’s name to be on the list of cyber attack victims and take the necessary precautions immediately.
Would you like Cyber Attacks Protection Services  for the above in your organization?
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19 May
12 May

Network Security Services

Network Security Services

Internet attackers  will  target any IT Network infrastructure of organizations large and small  where they  threaten the reputation and go on to expose the business to other hackers for  a ransomed payment to stop the direct attacks.

As a business the network security policies that are set should be taken very serious.

Factors to consider when  getting a network security service provider.

When selecting a network security service provider,  it’s important  for you to know how they are skilled in;

  • Types of attacks in network security
  • How to improve network security
  • Encryption techniques in network security
  • Understand types of vulnerabilities in network security
  • Network security protocols that exist
  • Keys for network security and how to get network security key
  • What is involved in Network Security when carrying out any forensics in the event of a digital forensics case.

As a business how do you know your Network Security protection is good .

  1.  Having a solution that confirms  a secure  Entrance and exit of end point.
  •  To understanding  any  potential entrance  points for  a network system  attack it may be  complex for a non skilled person hence needs an expert who knows how to enforce a  dedicated resource solution to maintain a  very strong ( robust ) monitoring system  that filters entrance and exit  of data  to secure network endpoints.

     2.  Having a fully integrated solution that protects all the network devices connected.

  • Devices connected to the network and not secured are the gateway ports for external fatal attacks. Having a fully integrated solution that protects all the network devices connected will guarantee a secure network while protect your business from external attacks .  East African Data Handlers  offers  the best  Network and Security Services (NSS)  examination.  We are happy to say this is a comprehensive solution that  will safeguard any network and trigger alerts on detected threats before a breach occurs. This solutions are fully integrated with other NCR solutions, such as Aloha.


Features & Benefits for  having a  good  Network Security Service by East African Data Handlers :

  •  We provide security services to protect your IT infrastructure:  We addressing many office PCI compliance requirements
  • With our team of experts we can  help offer a centrally managed system for endpoint configuration  that would  act as the trigger for  any policies  set up for future attacks  such as strong protection against zero-day attacks
  • With our solution it will help  lower your costs of IT operations by  providing  a robust  and reliable security  having  the  best recommended network connectivity tools
  • While you staff are safe and secure with what they access , it will helps manage their productivity. How ? this is  through internet activity controls that limit employees’ access to only the websites you deem appropriate
  • Leverages the expertise of our managed network and security services rather than utilizing your resources for IT activities
  • Our solution is flexible and will fully integrates across all NCR products and services, which eases deployment and improves the reliability of your overall NCR solution
  • As a client you have a trusted and secure way of accessing systems remotely over the internet
  • With the solution you can manage anti-virus services help to protect your endpoints from malicious software
  • The package we craft  for you will includes strong endpoint protection on any POS systems
  • Our experts will constantly be offering up-to-date security patches distributed to POS systems to help keep critical systems protected
  •  We loop  for you a file monitoring and reporting system to help support PCI DSS compliance requirements
  •  We set up for you a network protection protocol handout that enforces security policies and identifies risks within your internal network
  •  Our system acts a breach assistance program  which will helps cover expenses associated with a cardholder data breach
  • Our solution will monitor all application while whitelisting  those providers that are genuine and  strong malware protection for POS devices by blacklisting unwanted application integrating.

Why East African Data Handlers  should be your Solution Provider for Network Security Services

We  know and understand Network security services are designed to protect internal company infrastructures and connected devices from undesired access, mishandling, and attacks. Network security providers  like  us can offer a comprehensive assessment of network architecture and evaluate the security of internet and intranet connections.
Looking for a reliable Network Security Service Provider. Call now 0711 051 000 
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    16 Feb

    Digital Forensic Laboratory

    Digital Forensic Laboratory

    A digital forensics lab, or otherwise computer forensics lab, refers to a designated location or facility where digital forensics investigations are conducted. In a computer forensics lab (CFL), the certified forensics examiner inspects intrusions, media, audio, intrusions, and any type of cybercrime evidence obtained from the crime scene.


    At EADH’s Digital Forensic Lab we have a team that can help  or aid with an overall function to identify, seize, acquire and analyze all electronic devices related to all cyber-enabled offences reported so as to collect digital evidence which  later can be presented to  the court of law for prosecution purposes.


    Our experts  always analyze computer hard drives (workstations, servers, laptops etc.) to look for everything from ex-filtration of data, retrieving data that may be deleted or otherwise maliciously deleted by a user.  We have the  capacity to recovery this evidence from computer storage media.


    Mobile Phone can hold evidence , hence  mobile device forensic analysis  is very vital , in this  smartphones, tablets and other portable devices,   to retrieve any deleted text messages, call logs, documents, mobile browser history, etc. Our team with the help of our special tools, can help do retrieval of data from GPS units, phone system, iPod, mp3 players, USB sticks and flash drives, SD cards, etc.


    Malware  analysis  and removal team , support with the study of how the trends of malware and find solutions to remove them. Most in this area related to ransomware cases which we can help do decryption and document the source of train


    As a both Private and public consultant EADH has a team  of experts who get hired for jobs ( Tasks ) related to Cyber security incidents when they occur. Major roles are : Offer Investigation and analysis, check any security breaches or intrusion incidents, Managing any form  of internal communications and updates during or immediately after incidents, determine what  may have mitigated an incident, offer best recommendations for what technology to use, and help draw policy for clients.


    In this area our team trace  any E-mail , Social media investigations;  any authentications done and all the messages related to a case are not tampered with or forged. With the help of our Data Recovery team they recover deleted messages from servers, laptops, desktops and any digital electronic devices.


    We can do any identification, coordination  and trace  of all emerging issues within the digital forensics field for you as a client. What it takes us is to identify , assess and train your team after an incident.



    • We do Digital Forensic examination of computer and mobile phones
    • Help client  preserve and  maintenance of lab processes of acquisition, archival and analysis
    •  Provide solution for  inventories of digital evidence as per standards/ ISO
    • Trace any analysis of deleted and active files
    •  Location and analysis of data in ambient data sources
    • Recovery of deleted or encrypted data/emails, SMS, MMS, videos, internet sites
    • Uncovering passwords
    • Forensic sim card analysis
    • Extraction of data from mobile phones
    • Presentation of expert forensic evidence in court
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