Category Archives: I.T Security

wwwlaljobsnigeria.com hacked by Jamaycka

Jamaycka

 

www.alljobsnigeria.com has been hacked by JaMaYcKa.

ESET Antivirus – Nigeria Office

This would be the first information of its kind that I would ‘stumble upon’. Too good to be true, but Licenses for the Eset Antivirus can now be purchased in Nigeria.

But sure to make life easy: ESET Nigeria Ltd, a division of Arit of Africa Ltd.

Eset

Resellers are available across Nigeria:

Eset2

details are:

Arit of Africa Limited
ARIT OF AFRICA is a Value Added Distributor providing IT Security Solutions and Services in the region of Nigeria and Ghana . We work closely with our channel partners to enable customers to protect their data. With offices in Lagos , Abuja , Ibadan and Accra , ARIT OF AFRICA today is reputed for Sales and Support of Computer Hardware, Networking, Servers and Storage Solutions, Security Solutions, Printing Solutions and Maintenance & Support Services.

Contact Arit of Africa Limited
Lagos
354 Murtala Mohammed Way,
Yaba, Lagos
Tel: +234 (1) 7742340, 7926215, 6284728
Fax: +234 (1) 6284728
Email:
aritlagos@aritofafrica.com
Email:
esetsupport@aritofafrica.com

Abuja

Ibadan

Accra, Ghana

 

BEWARE: http://mtne-charge.t35.com/buy.html

I received a mail in my yahoo-mail box informing me that I won NGN250,000 – two hundred and fifty thousand Naira, as part of the winners in an MTN e-charge Promo. I smiled coz I use a glo-line.

Heres the screenshot:

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For clarity:

Congratulations!

You’ve been selected as one of our lucky winners in the MTN e-charge Promo!

You have won N250,000.00 along with 500 other winners who have made purchases of MTN recharge cards using their interswitch debit cards.

To claim your winnings,simply follow this instructions:

Visit http://reloadng.com/buy.html to purchase an MTN recharge card of N750

Select the recharge card value of N750, fill in the “sms delivery phone number” and your coupon code number as “5468”

Select the payment platform as “interswitch debit card”, Click on “checkout” .

Once your payments has been received,your order would be sent via sms and we would further inform you on how to claim your winnings at our offices nationwide.

Thank you once more for participating in our MTN e-charge promo. For more information,visit: http://www.mtnonline.com/ products/echarge.aspx

Important Notice: It is most important that you fill your phone number and coupon code along with your purchase,payments without the coupon code or owner’s phone number would be disqualified from our promo!

This URL: http://reloadng.com/buy.html in the original email links to: http://mtne-charge.t35.com/buy.html with this screen-shot as of this writing:

mtn_092 

We can at least give credit to this scammer for practicing his web-design skills with a little of bright yellow colors. P.S: don’t re-charge your account on this kind of weblink. Your interswitch ATM card details would be captured and your account might be cleaned inside-out.

 

Note: this-below is the original and authentic website of reload-NG:

https://www.reloadng.com/index.cfm

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Heres the header of the scam-mail:

mtn_091

for clarity:

Important Message from MTN NigeriaSunday, July 12, 2009 8:16 PM
From MTN Nigeria Mon Jul 13 03:16:32 2009
Return-Path:   <customercare@mtnonline.com>
Authentication-Results:   mta107.mail.sp2.yahoo.com from=mtnonline.com; domainkeys=neutral (no sig); from=mtnonline.com; dkim=neutral (no sig)
Received:   from 127.0.0.1 (EHLO hrndva-commlb.mail.rr.com) (71.74.57.9) by mta107.mail.sp2.yahoo.com with SMTP; Sun, 12 Jul 2009 12:16:51 -0700
Received:   from rrcs-agw-02.hrndva.rr.com ([24.28.200.152]) by hrndva-comm-mta01.mail.rr.com with ESMTP id <20090712191645.USCG5779.hrndva-comm-mta01.mail.rr.com@rrcs-agw-02.hrndva.rr.com>; Sun, 12 Jul 2009 19:16:45 +0000
Message-Id:   <7hp5m9$dn7r0m@rrcs-agw-02.hrndva.rr.com>
Received:   from unknown (HELO User) ([82.128.27.95]) by rrcs-agw-02.hrndva.rr.com with ESMTP; 12 Jul 2009 15:15:26 -0400
From:   “MTN Nigeria”<customercare@mtnonline.com>  Add sender to Contacts
Subject:   Important Message from MTN Nigeria
Date:   Sun, 12 Jul 2009 20:16:32 -0700
MIME-Version:   1.0
Content-Type:   text/html; charset=”Windows-1251″
Content-Transfer-Encoding:   7bit
Content-Length:   2478

The following are the IP details of the addresses:

 

Is there a solution to these scammers who won’t stop creating all these funny sites around the net and deceiving people? And how can free web-hosts be cautioned or guide themselves against the activities of scammers – using their free services for fraudulent purposes?

Check out this post about http://interswitchng.t35.com.