Zimbabwe and regional technology news and updates


2 thoughts on “EcoCash warns customers of account hijacks (again)

  1. Surely, there must be more to this than just identity theft followed by SIM replacements. To replace a SIM you are there in person and there are questions asked that only the SIM user would know. Those answers are not easy to gather through any form of reconnaissance, without raising suspicion.

    This is what leads people to think of it as an inside job of some sort, or a hack. Even if someone replaces your SIM, how then are they getting your contact list quickly.

  2. Good for you to alert people, but you fall short at being helpful

    You mention an Econet WhatsApp number, Social Media and Web platform, yet fail miserably by not including those essential details.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.