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Award-winning computer security expert, writer and public speaker. Fighting cybercrime since early 1990s. Dr Who fan since 1972. Terrible at chess

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The Time Magazine list of the 100 Most Influential People is a joke and stunt of a magazine that will, like Newsweek,soon be dead. Bad list!
Retweeted by Graham Cluley
12/8
2016
When it comes to security, TalkTalk is all talk talk... https://t.co/b2I8LpQysG https://t.co/blYGHRWZ1XThe @TalkTalk support page which suggests the theft of 57,000 passwords doesn't present a #security risk...... is i… https://t.co/Q6jE3Ylo61
Retweeted by Graham Cluleyr/t How much do Canadians really care about privacy? Their govt wants to know https://t.co/yiSppj1WF0 (via @DMBisson)Adobe Flash provides six of the top 10 bugs used by exploit kits in 2016 https://t.co/kD0QKy3Bzy (via @dmbisson) https://t.co/yZjffgYehMHow to secure your Wi-Fi network - the basic version https://t.co/YSsDdfx0ld (via @DMBisson) https://t.co/juuScBOlVzICYMI Take care copy-and-pasting that code from Stack Overflow https://t.co/WYVtj1P1MPNot forgetting Dido Harding's bonus, of course... #TalkTalk https://t.co/pq5ZDT3TmJ @AmazeEspeon there is no higher compliment. thank you!* Hiding double file extensions in Windows. * Putting executable macros in MS Word. * IE6, XP... #reasonshackersloveBillGatesThanks to @RecordedFuture for their sponsorship this week. Their threat intel newsletter will keep your clued up https://t.co/IQ7Lf4J6zGr/t Ransomware forced hospitals to cancel 2,800 operations and shut... https://t.co/aSyNlUAusAIt's all about the cheesie biscuits... https://t.co/JYPjFiiSsCThanks Kyle. Cheque in the post... https://t.co/hm3soR2T9TThanks to the students at @warwickuni for inviting me to speak about computer security. Had a great time!Millions exposed to malvertising that hid attack code in banner pixels https://t.co/EhZWwKlq0tICYMI Couple sues Toyota dealership for stealing intimate photo off smartphone https://t.co/r7qY34iDEX (via @DMBisson)Six of the top 10 vulnerabilities used in exploit kits were Flash Player bugs https://t.co/pIQ3FydpZ7
12/7
2016
r/t Dailymotion hacked, millions of user accounts exposed https://t.co/2EnhZBP1HS @VessOnSecurity I think some decryptors popped up after the hospital infection, but I may be wrong.R/t iPhone security is so good that police had to 'mug' a suspect to get his data https://t.co/WL5bxoBQpjICYMI Fry all the things! USB Killer zaps tons of computing devices https://t.co/UXcB6Z05B2 (via @DMBisson)Ransomware forced hospitals to cancel 2,800 operations and shut down systems https://t.co/aSyNlUAusA https://t.co/NBl6lZJulrHow much do Canadians really care about privacy? Their govt wants to know https://t.co/yiSppj1WF0 (via @DMBisson) https://t.co/3xhFZrEok8Updated: Hackers stole $31 million from Russian banks in 2016, as FSB warns of foreign plot https://t.co/LIrYMVetRK @realnzall thanks - fixed!Dailymotion hacked, millions of user accounts exposed https://t.co/2EnhZBP1HSr/t Take care copy-and-pasting that code from Stack Overflow https://t.co/WYVtj1P1MPr/t Five new malware programs are discovered every second https://t.co/alekE5uqnUr/t Couple sues Toyota dealership for stealing intimate photo off smartphone https://t.co/r7qY34iDEX (via @DMBisson) @FaustoCepeda @codelancer Bank statement on media reports here https://t.co/OyRPh724uKEvery tough question critics could come up with, @katiecouric asked me -- even conspiracy theories. Full video here… https://t.co/TEQFZBAwcz
Retweeted by Graham Cluley @codelancer thanks for letting me know. clearly something was umm.. lost in translation. i will amend the article
12/6
2016
r/t iPhone security is so good that police had to 'mug' a suspect to get his data https://t.co/WL5bxoBQpjr/t Hackers steal $31 million from Russia's central bank, as FSB warns of foreign plot https://t.co/P6HApDQMIgr/t Fry all the things! USB Killer zaps tons of computing devices https://t.co/UXcB6Z05B2 (via @DMBisson)Couple sues Toyota dealership for stealing intimate photo off smartphone https://t.co/r7qY34iDEX (via @DMBisson) https://t.co/Ahs8upTjaNFacebook fake news detector story was itself false https://t.co/t3mxmgrKThHTTPS helps with privacy, but it doesn't do anything to solve a whole bunch of website-related threats... https://t.co/DAWqC9AjhyICYMI Under attack: How hackers could remotely target your pacemaker https://t.co/2HheRgJUyuFive new malware programs are discovered every second https://t.co/alekE5uqnU https://t.co/tqA7NZ1uWaICYMI Get patched! Tor users at risk of having their anonymity stripped via Firefox exploit https://t.co/HfRlNabfaR (via @DMBisson)Take care copy-and-pasting that code from Stack Overflow https://t.co/WYVtj1P1MP https://t.co/pEsMoDASepICYMI Gooligan hooligans have compromised at least one million Google accounts https://t.co/aHPddVBCxz (via @DMBisson)On the subject of moving away from #AdobeFlash, here's a reminder on how to update it (or uninstall completely)… https://t.co/TpUayJg5kS
Retweeted by Graham Cluley @0xcea5ed1015 yep.N Korea’s Red Star OS can be hacked with just a link https://t.co/Fjbniena70 (I can't imagine who would want to exploit this...) @kateconger that's not an *invisible* ReCAPTCHA. :)No details yet, but it sounds interesting... an invisible ReCAPTCHA from Google https://t.co/0HFblVsI4d https://t.co/p86RSmifMFr/t TalkTalk and Post Office customers lose internet access as routers hijacked https://t.co/BdYFFI9sr2
12/5
2016
Bugs in AirDroid App Allow Traffic Interception, Malicious Updates https://t.co/2c3SVNS81sGoogle Fixes 12 High-Severity Flaws In Chrome Browser https://t.co/LbmsOO64EoBuffer overflow exploit can bypass Activation Lock on iPads running iOS 10.1.1 https://t.co/ueo9YW3EEV'Toyota dealer stole my wife's saucy snaps from phone, emailed them to a swingers website' https://t.co/F7BPInVxgu
12/4
2016
Hackers steal $31 million from Russia's central bank, as FSB warns of foreign plot https://t.co/P6HApDQMIg https://t.co/omVvSsp3MsFry all the things! USB Killer zaps tons of computing devices https://t.co/UXcB6Z05B2 (via @DMBisson) https://t.co/xNd1l7FiPqiPhone security is so good that police had to 'mug' a suspect to get his data https://t.co/WL5bxoBQpj https://t.co/MHbyGAM9nI
12/3
2016
r/t Gooligan hooligans have compromised at least one million Google accounts https://t.co/aHPddVBCxz (via @DMBisson)ICYMI From the "everyone should have an off-site backup" dept: The Internet Archive is backing itself up.. to Canada https://t.co/20YMCiA8TAr/t Get patched! Tor users at risk of having their anonymity stripped via Firefox exploit https://t.co/HfRlNabfaRr/t Under attack: How hackers could remotely target your pacemaker https://t.co/2HheRgJUyu @AnrilFurin @ginger_gm wow. great move. @SPCoulson i'd eat my hat if it wasn't. i don't have a hat, so it'll have to be a cat. damn, no cat either. the labradoodle then. @mylaocoon yup. no surprise at all. @UXXV Damn. The memory cheats!TalkTalk and Post Office customers lose internet access as routers hijacked https://t.co/BdYFFIr3iA https://t.co/X7uV3rhUJ8
12/2
2016
r/t From the "everyone should have an off-site backup" dept: The Internet Archive is backing itself up… to Canada. https://t.co/20YMCiA8TA"Paying the ransomware demand was never an option". Bravo San Francisco! Backups rock. https://t.co/cgXvp5f3AG https://t.co/FaAbBLSilBGooligan hooligans have compromised at least one million Google accounts https://t.co/aHPddVBCxz (via @DMBisson) https://t.co/Gese0X1EvUICYMI Hackers access National Lottery accounts - do you have your fingers crossed? https://t.co/KNC21BSuHHICYMI Spam campaign tiptoes via Tor to deliver Cerber ransomware https://t.co/HmK4KRK4yW (via @DMBisson)Under attack: How hackers could remotely target your pacemaker https://t.co/2HheRgJUyu https://t.co/XMXUglnL0jr/t Check out my keynote at Navigate '16: "Real threats for business: Mischief, extortion and million-dollar frauds" https://t.co/CAZeqk79SHUse floss. Use Signal.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyTor users at risk of having their anonymity stripped via attacks exploiting Firefox zero-day vuln… https://t.co/L3L9Lf7w0sFrom the 'everybody should have an off-site backup' department... The Internet Archive backs up to Canada… https://t.co/g56edOWX9n @peterbance Yup, I've played that before. Can't remember how far I got, but I'm pretty sure things would get tough by the time he's 9 @jeromesegura @MindCanon yup and if the king takes the queen instead, Rh8 is mate. Great ending to the championship with seconds to spareAnd what a way to finish! 👏👏 https://t.co/fD1Hdm60OB
Retweeted by Graham Cluley
12/1
2016
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