Kabarak University is trending because its Facebook page was hacked by scammers who claim that they should be paid to give back the page. The Facebook page was hacked by an Indonesian Kid who is asking for Ksh. 68,000 in a post seen by Kelxfy.
What Causes a Facebook Page Hack
A Facebook page is hacked when an admin can no longer access the page. This usually happens if a page admin is removed from being the admin of a page. When an admin does not have access to the page, the page is hacked.
How a Facebook page is hacked
A scammer sends a link to the targeted admin via Whatsapp or even the page. When a page admin or the page owner clicks the link, it automatically gives the scammer access to the targeted page. When the scammer has access to the page, via the Facebook manager, they remove the original admin/ owner and now they have control of the page.
Risks of a page getting hacked
When a Facebook page is hacked, a hacker might steal some crucial information regarding the organization or the company. The hacker also might compromise with a company or an organization. For example, when the Kabarak University page was hacked, the hacker went ahead to display some adult content.
What to do to prevent being hacked
As an admin, you should never click any link sent by a person you don’t know. Also as a Facebook page admin, you should not share passwords with other people or try to add other unverified admins to a Facebook page.
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