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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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@bootdisk Havent tried it. A lot of apps these days make similar claims.New Snowden leak: NSA shares 850 billion metadata records via Google-like tool http://t.co/Wq2DKVCHEl
8/27
2014
Online gaming data breach affects millions in South Korea http://t.co/LNnj6aLLfd http://t.co/zT1aE1qXecFlashback to the biggest Mac malware attack of all time – Is Flashback still a threat? http://t.co/y14Ca4vWoN@JournalistJill easiest if you email me. Details here: http://t.co/kaWtKtOcdO
8/26
2014
@Allistair_488 if you didn't install it then you should be ok, but never a mistake to run an anti-virus scan on an android...
8/25
2014
@QuantumPirate @mckeay Sontarian?? Happy #capalday everybody@lauraegreenwald @mikemcsharry link doesn't work for me, but I imagine folks could simply add it to their wallpaper@PogoWasRight Afraid I don't get to moderate comments there, but I'll keep an eye open for when it's published. Cheers
8/23
2014
UPS Store data breach – the post mortem can wait, it’s time to warn and advise the victims http://t.co/R8FTZsub4ODespite what Met Police may tell you, it's not a criminal offence to watch a video http://t.co/LWm9Mb2Kom via @JackofKentRT @secmeme: Somewhere In Nigeria http://t.co/MSaRoaIc7q http://t.co/p4v5KyMdIrSecret app takes mere minutes to hack, revealing anyone’s secret via simple vulnerability (now fixed) http://t.co/TB20fxwCC3@mikemcsharry that sounds most worrying of all...@mikemcsharry clearly the two are incompatible!UK Police push for all smartphones to be password-protected https://t.co/uHDcJlxxp9
8/22
2014
I've been watching the timeline for @TheUPSStore today & its a great example of how to use social media as part of your Incident Response
Retweeted by Graham CluleyHeartbleed blamed for hack that put 4.5 million patients at risk http://t.co/KiEFdqtcIU http://t.co/ueLonWTVTHThink before clicking. Great piece by @jamesrbuk on #JamesFoley and the daily horrors of the internet http://t.co/vV0mCZ5LSO via @guardian
Retweeted by Graham CluleyWindows gets all the spyware because there's absolutely no one who wants to watch a Linux user's webcam.
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8/21
2014
US nuclear reactor safety regulators hacked three times in three years http://t.co/rqeHXGhT4RDropbox beefs up security of shared links – for business users at least http://t.co/xKdkFddnL4Sex pestering email blamed on hackers.. umm.. forget that... drunkenness http://t.co/MsKw7OoLwpGot a letter from Fly, dude who sent heroin to my house. He writes from prison: he's found God, apologizes. Says he forgives me 4 doxing him
Retweeted by Graham CluleyChrome web browser toughens up, blocking “deceptive” downloads http://t.co/zrruuzTph1
8/20
2014
The guys at @9to5mac say theyve confirmed a security breach wasnt reason for Gatekeeper app signing changes http://t.co/t7M9NKplvO@richardjharrisn Alternatively, just don't take pictures of your private parts.Ex-Times journalist escapes trial over alleged NightJack email hack http://t.co/3caa29NyBG http://t.co/HJSIXz6l9K
8/19
2014
@gcluley Seems to be a draw between some guy called Ian's privates and how to hack a Facebook account. Wait, is Ian's privates on Facebook?
Retweeted by Graham CluleyMy web stats reveal just what folks are searching for today... http://t.co/mVFyArAaoN #beefybotham http://t.co/0uhODb0D2YSuperValu shoppers at risk after hackers steal credit card details – and other stores affected too http://t.co/l6l8qgFSXD4.5 million patients put at risk after Community Health Systems hacked http://t.co/CGmuuohU5rCommunity Health Systems says personal data stolen in cyber attack http://t.co/EvH6WAaxDXif on latest IOS go to-> settings,privacy,location serv,system serv, frequent locations, history. the equivalent of "beware of the leopard"
Retweeted by Graham CluleySome Windows 7 PCs bricked by Microsoft after faulty Patch Tuesday update http://t.co/81ujr3xYqRGreat line-up of talks announced for AVAR 2014 in Sydney in November. http://t.co/fpzd0maT0f Hope to see some of you there!@Rikev sorry about that. :( i'll send some bleach round to clean your eyes...Sticky wicket. “Hacker” posts NSFW image on Ian Botham’s Twitter account http://t.co/mVFyArAaoN (includes spoilers)@davethiselton none particularly stand out to me. but i'm sure the major vendors all rolled one outSo now a THIRD episode of the upcoming BBC series of Doctor Who has leaked onto the net. Sheesh..Breaking: Julian Assange to leave Ecuador embassy in London "soon". Two years of no sun, and ailing health http://t.co/WYl7GG9z49Estate agent data breach leaves customers open to ID theft http://t.co/qLu3PR1OXJ via @ICOnews
8/18
2014
@gcluley Yahoo needs to tighten up screening process, they have been spreading mobile scam for even before CryptoWall http://t.co/JcamQnmoiP
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8/17
2014
This is so sick. Scammers exploiting Robin Williams' death. http://t.co/OoN3enGbrQ
8/16
2014
@gcluley Looks like we both saw the same campaigns. http://t.co/8Aeyi4WDGR However, mine asked you to install a media plugin in one example.
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@satnam Oh that's interesting - and more sinister. :(@JPBlough yep, they're scumbags.@Raj_Samani thanks. but it was easy. if you go to Moscow you *will* find a giant blue Twitter bird sitting in front of the KremlinRobin Williams’ last phone call? Sick Facebook video scam exploits suicide http://t.co/OoN3enGbrQ http://t.co/8OjqmbRDyIRussian PM has his Twitter account hacked, announces “I resign” http://t.co/iPtfMCtMXq http://t.co/JxG59BycICRT @PCI_London: Hackers breach payment card processing systems of supermarket chains http://t.co/W2rpbvC4Rg“Girl killed by husband just because she kissed another men” Facebook scam, spreads malware http://t.co/8VM32SRsZI@iblametom congratulations!
8/15
2014
How the NSA (accidentally) took Syria off the internet http://t.co/kN7SaMJ3mh http://t.co/1vUh7pcmPU
8/14
2014
Adobe users told to patch Reader and Acrobat against zero-day attacks http://t.co/mDbTBqmKQvDon’t jailbreak your iPhone if you want to stop government spyware http://t.co/9f1jxfcFxJ http://t.co/sjfTkFQ5t9Wɑit! Stοp! Is that ℓιηκ what it claims to be? http://t.co/ek3yorhfPW http://t.co/gY4qM6RABMIf we had a disco at #PCIContactCentre event in September, this would get everyone on the floor https://t.co/OuCRChpsna
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8/13
2014
How your neighbour’s cat could be hacking your WiFi http://t.co/lmE9jEOU91 http://t.co/S1A5Nv4wgzA new mole is leaking secret US national security documents http://t.co/Wbo62gC3GAUsing IE 8? You've got less than 18 months to get rid of it, says Microsoft http://t.co/FNF466k8VPIt's one of those days when you wish the celebrity breaking news *was* a Facebook scam. :(
8/12
2014
@dstorey @MarcSettle Well, you don't do a browser for my preferred OS, so i don't have much choice. :) But pleased it has improved@nicoleperlroth I think this is my problem with Hold's disclosure. doesn't actually help the average joe take action due to lack of info@nicoleperlroth "They had one of my most recent pwords". Which site? Would be great for the rest of the net to know.Cloud providers moving to client-side encrypted email means we're going to see even greater use of malware by governments. #GPG
Retweeted by Graham CluleyYou Designed Your Security Service Like A Phishing Campaign? http://t.co/jzexHdfrQY http://t.co/izBvNAMhbzDictator-befriending ‘alien abductee’ hangs onto job as head of the world chess federation, beating Garry Kasparov http://t.co/s8aJQn9BQNYahoo News Twitter account posts untrue claim of Ebola outbreak in Atlanta, 145 people infected http://t.co/5zutNWbTvX@MarcSettle I pity any organisation which defaults to any version of Internet Explorer quite frankly...;-)Internet Explorer 8 users told their browser has less than 18 months to live http://t.co/FNF466k8VPYahoo ads network helps hackers spread CryptoWall ransomware http://t.co/kj6vhkQZJC http://t.co/Weud1L4CCo
8/11
2014
@FreakyFwoof @fastfinge I wrote about it here http://t.co/jywfeeVIv6 and (more skeptically) here http://t.co/gfPJv6heYK
8/10
2014
FinFisher government spy software secrets revealed by hackers http://t.co/lGrFuoiRFmBotnets: What are they, and how can you protect your computer? http://t.co/9T1tmjRk5N
8/8
2014
@DrWhoWorldwide Is Marcelo Camargo there?How to recover files from a CryptoLocker attack – for free! Good to see security firms helping victims http://t.co/jngyfBBp3Gif you send me 1.2 billion mars bars i will match them against the mars bars i have here with me
Retweeted by Graham CluleyDon't think submitting your passwords to Hold Security is adventurous enough? There is a plain HTTP version of the Submit page too.
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8/7
2014
@gcluley it's hard not to be skeptical about a guy that breaks a huge story then immediately starts charging for his new service.
Retweeted by Graham Cluley“We will never ask for your password. Please enter your password” says firm that revealed "billion password" breach http://t.co/gfPJv6heYKCyberVor hacking gang steals 1.2 billion usernames and passwords http://t.co/jywfeeVIv6Incidentally, @haveibeenpwned has 163M breached accts, a notification service, doesn't ask for passwords & is free! https://t.co/uNoeoQrzz8
Retweeted by Graham CluleyPayPal left red-faced after more security holes found in two factor authentication http://t.co/x2peZ9HkG0I was skeptical yesterday on the 1.2Bn / Holden pwd story. After seeing this from @troyhunt https://t.co/50jvRmTJEb I say BS. Capitalized.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyWhy App Permissions on Androids are so much sloppier than iPhones http://t.co/cxrGvLI5pV@gcluley German is better - you're Gernot Hacker
Retweeted by Graham Cluley@nithinr6 @davidlost Here's another one. Translate "michel lanaspeze" from French into English. https://t.co/BgXAMr0PBh@Davidlost yes, it's all your fault. Annie used to be head of Sophos France. She stuck her name in place of mine on a lot of press releasesI can't take seriously infosec folks who say things like "Operation Poisoned Hurricane"... Get a sense of humour. Call it "Lumpy Trousers"If I type my name into Google Translate, this happens: https://t.co/DqN0vBhwfm http://t.co/uA1dcdBhSnHow to recover files from a CryptoLocker attack – for free! http://t.co/jngyfBBp3G http://t.co/vy0R5ZZHGz@troyhunt I was thinking along the same lines. Would have been helpful to anyone concerned by the researchers' claimed discovery
8/6
2014
Seeing a lot of 'claim your free voucher' stuff (mainly Tesco) doing the rounds again. Quick reminder that it's arse. http://t.co/tVpE1ylVOA
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8/5
2014
UK lights going out for #WW1centenary http://t.co/dRrjN2IbRo Google UK doodles about the Venn diagram http://t.co/NkghA0GCP6For first time in 7 years, my primary phone is not an iPhone. Picked up a windows phone today #securityByObscurity
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8/4
2014
Paddy Power says its warning its users "proactively" about data breach. http://t.co/zAh5kFwER6 Here's its home page: http://t.co/hmo9hqqp4qGambling website Paddy Power took four years to warn customers their data had been stolen http://t.co/09VA4pxyri http://t.co/BrUSeOyDJf
8/2
2014
Danger USB! Could a flash drive’s firmware be hiding undetectable malware? http://t.co/YuUuRhvaauThe ultimate geek privacy. You must be wearing these glasses, to read *anything* on the screen http://t.co/okff3KHhsd
8/1
2014
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