Born on 9 October 1988 in Sapele, Delta, in Nigeria, Blessing Okagbare is a Nigerian track and field athlete who holds Olympic and World Championships medals in the long jump, and 2 gold medals in both the 100m and 200m races at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

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These can have a value far greater than the thousands of dollars obtained by fraud.

What happens when the hackers realize the real value of these assets and start to exploit them?

His fraudulent emails are crude and unsophisticated; there is almost no research or social engineering involved in creating them.

The titles of the emails are generic, and phrased as “Dear Sir/Ms.” The same mail is sent to numerous targets, all in blind carbon copy, urging victims to send back banking details, perhaps for future scams.

Okagbare also won the gold medal in the 200, with a time of 22.25 seconds.

In November 2014, the fastest woman in Africa and Igho Otegheri, a professional football player and soccer administrator, married in Okagbare's hometown, Sapele in Delta State.

The attacks were launched from the email addresses [email protected](dot)com, and [email protected](dot)com.

What’s more, the malware he uses is old, generic and readily available online; and he uses freeware to ‘scrape’ email addresses from corporate websites which he then uses as targets for his campaigns.

At the 2007 All-Africa Games, Blessing Okagbare she established a Nigerian record of 14.13 metres in the triple jump and won the silver medal in the long jump.