Agricultural website KARI hacked, filled with porn

The website of the Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) appears to have been hacked and destroyed by pornography material.

A website owned by a central government agency published material estimated X at 2:00 pm on Thursday, May 26, 2022, following allegations of an online attack.

The “hackers” who received unauthorized access to the KARI website included pornographic material from various adult websites.

Past Hacks

KARI quickly managed to remove the X-rated content from its website as internet users began sharing screenshots of online attacks that destroyed their website.

This is not the first time a government agency has been fired. In 2019, the National Implementation and Technical Communication Systems (NDICT) and Integrated Financial Management Information Systems (IFMIS) administered by the ICT Authority were hijacked by Indonesian invaders.

A team calling itself the Kurd Electronic Team left a series of unsolicited text on the IFMIS website and disabled its functionality.