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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 51m
I'm afraid I'm tied up this week, so please offer it to others more deserving. Cheers
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Michael Donnelly 1h
As you did at RSA in SF a ways back. Something by the Beatles IIRC. Yeah he's right, go vote!
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Graham Cluley 1h
There are pictures out there somewhere I was wearing a fez (pre-Matt Smith) and a gold lamé jacket
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Graham Cluley 1h
A few years ago I sang karaoke at Infosec. Vote now in the Security Blogger awards to stop me repeating the atrocity
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Graham Cluley 2h
no problems. post updated, and i appreciate you letting me know about the Android malware element
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Graham Cluley 2h
Thanks for the info. I'll link to the article on
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Graham Cluley 5h
Cool. Maybe I'll wear my Dr Solomon's virus expert t-shirt, circa 1995
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Graham Cluley 6h
Next week at 2014 in London, I'll be giving talks on the booth. Details here
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Graham Cluley 6h
Hmm. MS OneDrive for Business *changes* your files as it syncs
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Graham Cluley 17h
Has your AOL account been spewing out diet spam? You’re not alone..
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Graham Cluley 18h
You were one of the chosen ones... now the great unwashed like me get them too.
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Graham Cluley 18h
Go crazy everyone. Twitter's new profiles are now available to all
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Graham Cluley 19h
Integrity? Who cares? Microsoft OneDrive for Business alters files as it syncs
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Intego Mac Security 22h
How to stop the Baby Panda infecting your via
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Fake Facebook app attack can lead to your Android being spied upon, and your bank account being hacked
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Graham Cluley 1d
No, Apple Maps hasn’t uncovered the Loch Ness Monster
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Graham Cluley 1d
My brain is clearly weird. I read the different words as "America", "Chip", "&", "PIN". Four.
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Martijn Grooten 1d
I don't know what I did to deserve it, but I've just been offered to install the "FREE Browser Add-on from Ask". Thank you, Oracle! Touched.
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Graham Cluley 1d
...but tricky to answer in fewer than 140 characters!
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Graham Cluley 1d
Well, depends on what your email system is (webmail / corporate / etc). Almost certainly a way of reducing the problem...
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