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Computer security expert, blogger and public speaker. Former text adventure author. Fighting malware and cybercrime since early 1990s. Dr Who fan since 1972.

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I was nominated in 7 (gulp!) categories for the 2014 European security blogger awards. Please vote here http://t.co/eVT6Dt658p
Michaels Stores: 3 million customer credit, debit cards potentially impacted in two 8-month breaches http://t.co/s8WeF0m7SX
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@GregGehr thanks!!R/t Heartbleed: Teenager charged after Canadian taxpayer hack http://t.co/6l3YgJyNttRT @addelindh: @gcluley Denial Of Subway. <- genius. #londontubestrikesOh bloody marvellous. London tube strikes have been scheduled to coincide with #infosec14What’s new in cybercrime? Keeping up with the cybercriminal #infosec14 @gcluley @InfosecEditor @InfosecurityMag http://t.co/V90WNIdxVJ
Retweeted by Graham CluleyVirgin Media newsletter snowballs, burying customers with unwanted emails http://t.co/3pk9Tgwm3qHeartbleed: Teenager charged after Canadian taxpayer hack http://t.co/exvEdhixQ8
Now live on Tech News Today: @vladsavov @FierceWireless @gcluley @mdjuric and @donreisinger - http://t.co/KqOmxXyz9f
Retweeted by Graham CluleyBad news if you've bought something from LaCie's online store in the last year... http://t.co/Zim0r5PIJuGot Adobe Reader on your Android device? You had best update it ASAP http://t.co/vgYtbvkor2@paperghost yes.. my rss feed didnt update in time!!Painfully Obvious #Security Tip of the Day: The trashier the link, the spammier the content. Don't click it! @gcluley http://t.co/BEOuIHOgOJ
Retweeted by Graham CluleyOMG! Facebook needsfeed still polluted by spammy scam video links. Who would have thought it? http://t.co/IG6zM83zEy@gcluley I notice mention of "payment card numbers" with no mention of encryption, also no mention of password hashing... most worrying!
Retweeted by Graham CluleyLaCie admits hackers have been stealing its customer information… for the last year http://t.co/yM2jHfCK0CLaCie said: "You’ve made the best choice for your data’s safety and security". And then they got hacked http://t.co/WiQ0TrPrO0@bibbleco @teamcymru Only Android 4.1.1 is affected. So it depends how many 4.1.1 devices there are out there.
Hackers attempt to blackmail cosmetic surgery firm, after stealing up to 500,000 patients’ records http://t.co/u4J3XoetZpIf your phone/tablet has #Android 4.1.1, it could be vulnerable to "reverse #Heartbleed" attacks. Fix it: http://t.co/E3POyADRqV by @gcluley
Retweeted by Graham CluleyFed up of your current IT security job? Get a different one! Some vacancies listed here via @Acumin http://t.co/0ccpuuCaEXThanks for highlighting our #HeartbleedDetector, @gcluley! Check his article out here: http://t.co/od8bfRHM2s
Retweeted by Graham CluleyGood news for US Airways (and anyone else who screws something up online right now): just claim it was a Heartbleed hack. Problem solved!
Retweeted by Graham CluleyUp to 50 million Android devices could be vulnerable to Heartbleed attack. Here’s how you check yours http://t.co/D2l96dHFGfA telephone box near GCHQ gets a visit from Banksy http://t.co/nC6bJpIXPK@gcluley I confess that I may not have voted for you in every category...but obviously other people should! http://t.co/vVz712zSJm
Retweeted by Graham CluleyDepressing that @bbcbreakfast just called #heartbleed a virus. No wonder the public gets confused on security issues
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@itsecuriteer @briankrebs That's cool. Thanks for letting me know. Nice write-up. :)Heartbleed claims British mums and Canadian tax payers as victims http://t.co/nrC6a8JGm1Ouch! Security breaches at federal agencies involving PII just keep mounting up http://t.co/7EYkt0HFRh@JPBlough cheers!@taxineil55 @ediejiles Thanks - really appreciate it. :)Heartbleed bug *can* expose private SSL keys http://t.co/SIlKMl0GEA
Graham Cluley nominated for seven security blogging awards http://t.co/fV8ZxpDE2n@DC_Lewendon Great stuff! I'll also be giving a few talks on the @VASCODataNews booth about targeted threats and wotnot. Cheers!And the Heartbleed jokes keep coming... http://t.co/ELyeKi6VeH@knolinfos @mikko @briankrebs @e_kaspersky and me on stage? It sounds like Il Divo...
Chuffed to be nominated for 7 awards in the EU Security Blogger awards. Some great names there. Vote now! https://t.co/0Z2RbK5lifThe NSA knew about Heartbleed bug for two years, claims report http://t.co/rlAiibDQMg@pj_kent LastPass, 1Password and KeePass all good. Give them a try!
If you've been putting off moving to a password manager, @1Password is doing a 50% #heartbleed special - get on it! https://t.co/mYfh0L4mkA
Retweeted by Graham CluleyRT @NSA_PAO: Statement: NSA was not aware of the recently identified Heartbleed vulnerability until it was made public.US National Security Council denies Bloomberg report that NSA knew about #Heartbleed vuln for 2yrs: http://t.co/5dMxZfDVB1 via @zekejmiller
Retweeted by Graham CluleyBREAKING: NSA said to have used Heartbleed bug to gather intelligence for two years, reports Bloomberg. https://t.co/wbHhucX7Pq
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@SPCoulson That's quite an odd piece of reporting...Heartbleed bug explained by xkcd in a way anyone can understand http://t.co/FMfNVBSsoq
Hot on my blog right now: Here’s some really bad Heartbleed bug advice about changing your passwords http://t.co/pXp3eMg244@film_girl @GregGehr aww shucks..@Kiely7 It asks for a password. :(This would explain a lot http://t.co/9zjGCt6Xqe (HT @mylaocoon)
Retweeted by Graham CluleyWe're thrilled @gcluley has joined our team as a guest blogger! Very excited to offer our readers his perspective on #Apple #security. :)
Retweeted by Graham CluleyIn the wake of Heartbleed, watch out for phishing attacks disguised as password reset emails http://t.co/F1UGn400m3@AdrianChen The author of chip-nuking CIH (aka Chernobyl virus) joined a tech firm http://t.co/oGVQiXtzpX@AdrianChen I don't I'm afraid. As far as I know he was never charged.@paulmutton @Cyberchallenge that's the first thing everyone needs to know. :)@JAaronAnderson OpenSSL 0.9.8 isn't vulnerable to the Heartbleed bug. Good news for you. :)@paulmutton @jameslyne thanks!@pdouglas sure thing.Pro-Tip: if you're not sure if you've been affected by #Heartbleed, change all your passwords. Then you certainly are http://t.co/QNv3vzDGfE
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@taxineil55 of course!@thomasnewton Yes, that's an excellent proposal.@ra6bit You might be right, but I can't confirm unfortunatelyI wish the bit of this BBC Heartbleed story I highlighted was a bit more prominent http://t.co/q7ZDaaFv5pHere’s some really bad Heartbleed bug advice about changing your passwords http://t.co/pXp3eMg244Whenever someone tries to tell me an internet fridge is a "pretty neat idea" I point them to this by @charlesarthur http://t.co/FAGiuFsT06@UXXV @DanRaywood @UXXV @DanRaywood "Alan the Gribbley muttered something about invoices, and disappeared in a puff of smoke"@UXXV @DanRaywood Fair comment. We could probably have spoken longer. We were only able to grab a couple of minutes unfortunatelyLet me make this graphically explicit: top test run 1st, bottom one 5 secs later. Don't rely on #heartbleed tests http://t.co/a1PHpY35gq
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@Kiely7 This is brilliant. I think your bogus @Dreams_Beds receptionist should have her own Tumblr page for daily updates@tobiefysh FYI, I left Sophos almost a year ago. But I'm sure their support guys will help youWindows 8.1 Update required for all future updates can actually STOP all future updates! http://t.co/PRS2MzAn2I
Service providers: 1) check 2) Patch 3) Get new SSL cert 4) Say "fixed" 5) Mandatory change admin pwds 6) recmd usr change pwd
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@CBrenchley That depends on whether the various sites concerned have fixed the problem at their end or not.Heartbleed OpenSSL bug: An FAQ for Mac, iPhone and iPad users http://t.co/gPl0fHxl6NWindows 8.1 Update – Microsoft forces users to update OS if they want future security updates http://t.co/nyHc0ABQWuWere we familiar with Heartbleed prior to the announcement this week? Officially, we had no knowledge of any vulnerability by that name.
Retweeted by Graham Cluleyr/t Did the Heartbleed bug leak your Yahoo password? http://t.co/Nx1gHmAEpp (Time to change passwords folks)C'mon folks - get your Microsoft and Adobe security patches while they’re hot and fresh http://t.co/ZKlwzjjyNqVideo with @IT_SecGuru's @DanRaywood and me, discussing #heartbleed https://t.co/1TFTgP6J1YTumblr say "change your passwords everywhere” - -Can we please wait until the servers have been patched!
Retweeted by Graham Cluley“@gcluley: If you love someone, upgrade them from XP http://t.co/oeThsSLe20” <-Just not to Windows 8 if you want them to speak to you again.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyDon’t delay. Get your Microsoft and Adobe security patches while they’re hot http://t.co/ZKlwzjjyNqDid the Heartbleed bug leak your Yahoo password? http://t.co/Nx1gHmAEpp
@bull3tpr00f If you read my article, you'll see I said that!@techpractical why not? :)If you love someone, upgrade them from XP http://t.co/rWSfIlV0aW@jaimeblascob @JohnEDunn no disagreement with that! :)@JohnEDunn @jaimeblascob Specifically pirate versions like "Ghost XP" See http://t.co/1CAGXbIF1m@JohnEDunn @jaimeblascob It's not laziness and stupidity that is stopping Chinese users updating XP. It's because they are using pirated XPIs @akismet up the swanny? My site is getting bombarded with spam today (not that any of it is getting published as I pre-moderate)Find @dannyjpalmer a new partner so he doesn't have to put up with any more targeted dating ads on Facebook https://t.co/cBrT7FwuA8Within hours of no longer being listed as in a relationship, Facebook bombards me with ads for dating sites. Nice and insensitive. :(
Retweeted by Graham CluleyTwitter to get a bit more like Facebook. https://t.co/F7VfO2fm0I Don't worry, doesn't seem as scary as it soundsr/t Yahoo shows cavalier attitude to info-leaking Flickr vuln, but finally plugs privacy hole http://t.co/DLU2tOUsBFSo, farewell then, Windows XP https://t.co/SDYq8XcDzy@MarcSettle no problem!@jnievele Agreed. Not saying it's easy. Question is - how did this app get so prominent and get such good reviews when it was clearly pants@MarcSettle ...questionable though!@MarcSettle The explanation that FB help page (accessing via 3G) sounds utterly plausible to me. Does make the helpfulness of the feature..
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