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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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@JPBlough It seems to be a problem with @Bitdefender's Hot for Security blog. I'll drop them a line. Thanks!Microsoft patches GroupMe 'full account' hijack hole http://t.co/w6huIR9PuTSecret Manuals Show the Spyware Sold to Despots and Cops Worldwide http://t.co/spUvc4DEgxFTC Fines Online Dating Site For Using 'Fake, Computer-Generated Profiles' To Lure Guys Into Buying Memberships http://t.co/b3dFK4sJdr
10/31
2014
r/t "Assume every unpatched website running Drupal 7 was compromised" http://t.co/NtocWcQuk7FBI demands new powers to hack into computers and carry out surveillance http://t.co/Lj4PmILiIIr/t Fidelity National employees hacked after targeted phishing attack http://t.co/DxgOf8c493Pirate Bay co-founder found guilty of hacking in Denmark http://t.co/c7unQv70Ze"Assume every unpatched website running Drupal 7 was compromised" http://t.co/NtocWcQuk7 http://t.co/QV78RDpn9DFidelity National employees hacked after targeted phishing attack http://t.co/DxgOf8c493 http://t.co/0h8WjyilO9Lollipop, the latest version of Android, is encrypted by default and adds “smart” device locking http://t.co/HTuh1VDn7K
10/30
2014
r/t FBI infected 15-year-old bomb threat twit with malware, by impersonating newspaper http://t.co/wWZblsou6Qr/t White House hit by "sustained" cyber attack, hackers breach unclassified network http://t.co/HtZti5CtGfr/t Private data leaked after being left on publicly accessible server - when will companies http://t.co/3BXbtRrK7HFBI infected 15-year-old bomb threat twit with malware, by impersonating newspaper http://t.co/wWZblsou6Q http://t.co/kxBA4OTYJYWhite House hit by "sustained" cyber attack, hackers breach unclassified network http://t.co/HtZti5CtGf http://t.co/39Go7XzrkM@dannyjpalmer Only episode 3 is still missing from WoF. Thanks to @archives1963 the rest have been recovered. :) So no excuses Palmer@dannyjpalmer Hardest for me was the Web of Fear Tube station. Mind you, I probably wouldn't have got the Aztecs right without multi choiceDo you know more about Doctor Who than Russell T Davies? http://t.co/kbXH3G6jtm Embarrassed to say I scored 30/30. Though it was multichoiceGood read from @micahflee: "Ed Snowden Taught Me To Smuggle Secrets..." http://t.co/x1MBzM6Mv8 (via @The_Intercept)Private data leaked after being left on publicly accessible server - when will companies http://t.co/3BXbtRrK7H http://t.co/wSSpus8xV1
10/29
2014
Facebook is down. If we all keep refreshing, we can kill it for good.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyIn case anyone forgot Facebook's motto http://t.co/PP3o9C5eiFI'm loving the new design for Facebook http://t.co/zSmP4MK4Qnr/t Verizon gives 120 million customers a cookie they can’t delete http://t.co/H4yI1LdDjzFinally, an honest security question! http://t.co/GsRX2s5zzM
Retweeted by Graham CluleyVerizon is launching a tech news site that bans stories on U.S. spying http://t.co/XXVZiBwzBkVerizon gives 120 million customers a cookie they can’t delete http://t.co/pv3zMPhf0b http://t.co/XuGotyOYApThe Namening http://t.co/2GdumALxDD http://t.co/ZOIIOBwyL6
Retweeted by Graham CluleyCourt shuts down scam tech support outfit Pairsys, who posed as Facebook or Google http://t.co/4bNiNtNioF@razhael I love the English language. :)@razhael I'll ask the BitDefender guys to make it unambiguous. Thanks!Roger Grimes is fed up with each new vulnerability having its own logo http://t.co/d6Z1R1KtSg (Oh, and Sandworm isn't a worm)Tor users advised to check their computers for malware | Technology http://t.co/YRuOpt3BblFBI Raids House Of 'Second Leaker' Who Provided Terrorist Watchlist Documents To The Intercept http://t.co/Zq5cJDRZ8m
10/28
2014
r/t Want to disrupt a flight? Just give your Wi-Fi hotspot this name... http://t.co/jaXz1wfaWvBBC News - Keyless cars 'increasingly targeted by thieves using computers' http://t.co/VjBeJQfd7J.@gcluley Note to self: change hotspot AP name from "Trigger 4 Bomb In Luggage" to something a little less conspicuous.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyWant to disrupt a flight? Just give your Wi-Fi hotspot this name... http://t.co/jaXz1wfaWv http://t.co/mx7GwALP8FJust applied Apple's hotfix for keeping data out of iCloud. http://t.co/BODxGOa7IM
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10/27
2014
@6 @ArtByAlida It's not safe to go on the net without reading @briankrebs. It's like going out without changing your underpantsSamsung denies Knox vulnerability claims (But yes, system does store encryption key on the device) http://t.co/Q0c2LQMwcA@6 Yup. Glad to help. I'm sure his book will be excellent.r/t Hackers target military, embassy and defense workers in Operation Pawn Storm http://t.co/WjgJYziKZFBought a sex toy from Sinclair Institute? Uh-oh, credit card details and customer Info exposed after breach http://t.co/Np9bQe3Qy3Police officers allegedly stole smartphone photos from women in custody http://t.co/qKFuIcnN6iNSA-Approved Samsung Knox Stores PIN in Cleartext http://t.co/ZG25haVdpDHackers target military, embassy and defense workers in Operation Pawn Storm http://t.co/WjgJYziKZF http://t.co/xSlL1lf8n5
10/26
2014
r/t Google blocking all bit.ly links as malicious http://t.co/a30VDEoLVor/t Ouch! Security expert writes book about hackers, then has his publisher hacked http://t.co/oKt9IrBHJUBitlinks are no longer blocked by Google Safebrowsing in Chrome/Firefox. All services are in order. No data/Bitlinks have been compromised.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyGoogle blocking all bit.ly links as malicious http://t.co/a30VDEoLVo http://t.co/Uvfdzs9R8J@edgy360 yeah, lets criticise them on their grammar. that'll show 'em! :)@grumpyboy has that been confirmed anywhere?@ahm3d_tantawy Habit. I'm sure some of them aren't hard to guess...Ouch! Security expert writes book about hackers, then has his publisher hacked http://t.co/oKt9IrBHJU http://t.co/Y0O9vmuExFLooks like Google is flagged all bit. ly links as malware... Ruh roh. http://t.co/uX94GNbiNyTor exit node found to turn downloaded binaries into malware http://t.co/zI7AjFlfnAr/t Could hackers give you a heart attack or drugs overdose? US authorities investigate http://t.co/db6Gk8NGOFI'm far from a fan of Mark Zuckerberg. But I'm dead impressed he can do a Q&A in Chinese: https://t.co/W1f1SABEoPIf you use SMS 2FA, and forward SMS to your desktop, you should probably disable notification preview when locked. http://t.co/QHJizJrMDv
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10/25
2014
The Day Before You Came. https://t.co/R6SsmTVkXM #favouriteABBAsong (Still in love with Agnetha)RT @LewisMorgan_: Maybe Better If You Don’t Read This Story on Public WiFi https://t.co/itWkbCbADqOperation Pawn Storm: Putting Outlook Web Access Users at Risk http://t.co/cSuQTDLA7pCould hackers give you a heart attack or drugs overdose? US authorities investigate http://t.co/Ct9CPpIl7F http://t.co/MVNcidrWMSTor misused by criminals https://t.co/zMJQHR5m4k "The vast majority of our users use Tor in a responsible way." How the hell does he know?
Retweeted by Graham CluleyRT @thorsheim: "Why Samsung Knox isn't really a Fort Knox" http://t.co/Wm6WocBc1Q“A Man Jumped on the Mall” Facebook Scam http://t.co/cjLWN5jXu1Complimentary iPad in your hotel room? Don't leave without clearing passwords, search results, etc... http://t.co/JLmDd4fGI4
10/24
2014
r/t WYSIWYG editors could be an avenue for XSS attacks, warns researcher http://t.co/Pow5Fmc0SSBritish serial entrepreneur missing as $1.4m bitcoin is apparently stolen http://t.co/KhC74fz0xtWindows Update drivers bricking USB serial chips beloved of hardware hackers http://t.co/9m9Y3OeyZ8China linked to cyber attacks on Taiwan exploiting Windows vulnerability http://t.co/HvkN4YiJi1r/t Spotlight Suggestions in OS X Yosemite and iOS. Are you staying private? http://t.co/SrK3D4OH9LEbola advice emails from 'World Health Organization' are malware http://t.co/NWVi5idwGSWYSIWYG editors could be an avenue for XSS attacks, warns researcher http://t.co/Pow5Fmc0SS http://t.co/0RBIaZaDnYDrigo - the malware that steals information from government computers, and stores them on Google Drive http://t.co/MYUNe3mROKI'm excited to return to @FTC as Chief Technologist and help the agency in protecting consumers' privacy and security http://t.co/dIgX1fR5uL
Retweeted by Graham CluleyFake news sites are using Facebook to spread Ebola panic http://t.co/cAQI4gCdLPr/t Hackers exploit Windows zero-day flaw in targeted PowerPoint attacks http://t.co/AOoImwOMu4r/t iCloud users in China under attack. But who could be after their passwords? http://t.co/wAatKAQV3lHackers exploit Windows zero-day flaw in targeted PowerPoint attacks http://t.co/AOoImwOMu4 http://t.co/TU2HCx3HUa
10/23
2014
Sorry to be a bore, but Lance Armstrong still has refused to name all of those who helped him. #cycling
Retweeted by Graham CluleyExcellent documentary about Lance Armstrong on BBC Four tonight. Catch it on @bbciplayer at http://t.co/5UEvDwZYAwGreat video starring @ashk4n, showing how Yosemite can silently leak your location to Apple http://t.co/fmTlTtNkW0Spotlight Suggestions in OS X Yosemite and iOS. Are you staying private? http://t.co/SrK3D4OH9L http://t.co/fhIph3NNV9r/t Safety Check - a new Facebook tool that hopefully you'll never have to use http://t.co/4YvHrsM3uh@charlesarthur Was it Attachments?iCloud users in China under attack. But who could be after their passwords? http://t.co/wAatKAQV3l http://t.co/WJjvW5lUQgThe Master needs to teach US kids to hack their proxy settings so the Doctor can teach them how to code. http://t.co/WYGBjIEVKD #DoctorWho
Retweeted by Graham CluleyAt least this comment spammer is honest about what he's doing http://t.co/48jeE4FZ7x@Bill_Kreps1 @TheNextWoods you mean it stands for something else?? ;)Safety Check - a new Facebook tool that hopefully you'll never have to use http://t.co/4YvHrsM3uh http://t.co/kaNPNMbwncHow to disable SSLv3: https://t.co/zCGtPgZxyG
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10/22
2014
RT @gcluley: UK’s GCHQ staff would rather quit than be involved in mass surveillance http://t.co/3hoaIbekdi >>Says GCHQ chief as he quits
Retweeted by Graham CluleyUK’s GCHQ staff would rather quit than be involved in mass surveillance, says its outgoing chief http://t.co/e0Og1ZqKqVPalo Alto Networks boxes spray firewall creds across the net http://t.co/8t45BWYFiar/t GCHQ spokesperson says "Cyber terrorism is not a concern" http://t.co/Vi3vpSqegqNeed stronger security than regular two step verification on your Google account? Check this out http://t.co/QXfMZ3L1ohHacked and ashamed? C'mon, Brits – report that cybercrime http://t.co/OPNk5RcFYE
10/21
2014
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