Home News How cyber-crime complicates war on terror Monday August 18 2014 Cyber terrorism has moved to a whole new level, with the development in June 2010 of Stuxnet, a computer worm designed to attack industrial programmable logic controllers (PLCs). PHOTO | FILE In Summary Terrorist groups like Al Shabaab are intensifying the use of information and communications technology to advance their agenda. Armed with better cyber tools and skills, the terrorists are often ahead of the government agencies trying to stop them. Advertisement By Peter Kagwanja and Moses Karanja Advertisement In the headlines Kenya records 147 new Covid-19 cases Tally of infections rises to 1,618 and death toll to 58. Kabuga to be tried in Arusha, judge rules At his first appearance before a French court, Felicien Kabuga said he wanted to be tried in UN warns of possible war crimes in northeastern DRC Kagame sacks two governors over accountability Another S. Sudan VP contracts Covid-19 Disease control hands low-income areas longer life Covid-19: S. Africa reports highest daily cases Kabuga denounces charges as 'lies'