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Danny Palmer
Journalist. Senior reporter at for . I write about infosec, hacking and cybercrime. Probably Tweeting about geeky stuff. 🏴󠁧󠁒󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
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Danny Palmer 7h
Replying to @dannyjpalmer
This probably looks weird to outside observers...
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Danny Palmer 7h
Finally got around to playing Do Not Feed the Monkeys and who knew a game based around surveillance and digital voyeurism could be so compelling, eh? πŸ‘€
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Danny Palmer 10h
Makes a difference from 'Claim your Walmart voucher' i guess.
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Danny Palmer 10h
Replying to @KateOflaherty
Whaaaat?
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Danny Palmer 11h
Don't think the people who made this poster at the gym have seen me workout. 😬
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Danny Palmer 13h
EA fixes cloud flaw that could have left user accounts at risk of hacking. Now you kids playing your and your keep yourselves that bit safer by adding 2FA to your accounts, you hear? via
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Danny Palmer 14h
Replying to @dellcam @HomelandDems
Truly the worst thing Facebook has brought us.
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Danny Palmer 14h
Just got served a Facebook advert about Christmas. It's June, you monsters!
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ZDNet 20h
This phishing campaign uses an odd tactic to infect Windows PCs with two forms of trojan malware by
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Danny Palmer 15h
Replying to @VinayPatel
I need to visit this place.
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Danny Palmer 16h
Replying to @petergothard
I understand this reference, yes.
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Danny Palmer 16h
What very normal and not at all deeply worrying times we're living through. πŸ˜•
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Danny Palmer 16h
Replying to @mikejjennings
That logic seems fair enough.
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Danny Palmer 17h
Replying to @dannyjpalmer
Online games accounts are lucrative targets for criminals nowadays - not only do they provide access to personal data and payment info, there's the prospect of selling of player's hard-earned in-game items. Some rare items can fetch very high prices. βš”οΈπŸ’Έ
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Danny Palmer 17h
The chain of vulnerabilities in EA's Origin service - used by millions of people to play popular games including Apex Legends, Battlefield and FIFA - was uncovered by researchers at and . They informed EA who closed the security holes.
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Danny Palmer 17h
New - EA fixes cloud security flaw that could have left Origin user accounts at risk from remote takeover. via
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Danny Palmer 19h
Turns out my latest go-to stock image for cybersecurity stories is people looking stressed out or upset at their computers and other devices. πŸ˜¬πŸ˜…
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Greg Jenner 19h
Revenge porn, sexualised DeepFakes, and unwanted sending of nude sexual images to go under legal review
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Danny Palmer 19h
Replying to @mikejjennings
In one of the old games I was driving a Caterham and the goal was basically 'just finish the race, mate' πŸ˜…
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Danny Palmer 20h
Replying to @mikejjennings
Enjoy your victories! (Re: Making it to Q2 sometimes) But yeah, who chooses a top team straight off? Always good to graft it. πŸ˜…
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