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Graham Cluley
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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Graham Cluley 1h
RT : Denial Of Subway. <- genius.
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Graham Cluley 1h
Oh bloody marvellous. London tube strikes have been scheduled to coincide with
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InfosecurityEurope 1h
What’s new in cybercrime? Keeping up with the cybercriminal
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Graham Cluley 5h
Virgin Media newsletter snowballs, burying customers with unwanted emails
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Heartbleed: Teenager charged after Canadian taxpayer hack
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Mike Elgan 22h
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Graham Cluley 23h
Bad news if you've bought something from LaCie's online store in the last year...
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Graham Cluley 23h
Got Adobe Reader on your Android device? You had best update it ASAP
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Graham Cluley 1d
yes.. my rss feed didnt update in time!!
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Sight Training 1d
Painfully Obvious Tip of the Day: The trashier the link, the spammier the content. Don't click it!
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OMG! Facebook needsfeed still polluted by spammy scam video links. Who would have thought it?
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gary hawkins 1d
I notice mention of "payment card numbers" with no mention of encryption, also no mention of password hashing... most worrying!
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LaCie admits hackers have been stealing its customer information… for the last year
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LaCie said: "You’ve made the best choice for your data’s safety and security". And then they got hacked
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Graham Cluley 1d
Only Android 4.1.1 is affected. So it depends how many 4.1.1 devices there are out there.
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Graham Cluley 2d
Hackers attempt to blackmail cosmetic surgery firm, after stealing up to 500,000 patients’ records
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the JoshMeister 2d
If your phone/tablet has 4.1.1, it could be vulnerable to "reverse " attacks. Fix it: by
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Graham Cluley 2d
Fed up of your current IT security job? Get a different one! Some vacancies listed here via
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Lookout 2d
Thanks for highlighting our , ! Check his article out here:
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Ryan Block 2d
Good news for US Airways (and anyone else who screws something up online right now): just claim it was a Heartbleed hack. Problem solved!
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