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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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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/TU2HCx3HUaSorry to be a bore, but Lance Armstrong still has refused to name all of those who helped him. #cycling
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10/23
2014
Excellent 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@BLagast Thanks Bart!Inspiring presentation by @gcluley at Belgian Cyber Security Symposium: Manage the risk, since it cannot be eliminated! @proximus @certbe
Retweeted by Graham CluleyHow to extract blurred-out sensitive information from images http://t.co/Cz6jei2hYHCalifornia woman charged with using spyware to tap a police officer’s phone http://t.co/CfA6srYn1zNational Weather Service Employee Arrested for Accessing Restricted Files http://t.co/Qgi977g5jZFacebook To DEA: Hey, No Setting Up Fake Accounts: http://t.co/5fijymdJTeRu-roh. Microsoft pulls another dodgy patch http://t.co/hwwXUGCrqHGCHQ spokesperson says "Cyber terrorism is not a concern" http://t.co/Vi3vpSqegq http://t.co/b9AX7rkqYMStaples says probing possible payment card data breach http://t.co/jqoeZoe6v2r/t Take that FBI! OS X Yosemite encrypts disks by default, better protecting privacy http://t.co/3RQComXcTK
10/21
2014
@david_navigator file corruption shouldn't matter. As the other files should still be a accessible just fine provided the drive can boot up@david_navigator FileVault encrypts your entire drive. But you do have a proper backup regime, right?@0xtero you just predicted the next article i'm writing... :)Take that FBI! OS X Yosemite encrypts disks by default, better protecting privacy http://t.co/3RQComXcTK http://t.co/TyWSutQtkE@HiTechChimp @SwiftOnSecurity oy! behave!Connecting to iCloud from China Redirects to Bogus Log-In Page http://t.co/sb5aVNBI1sNSA now checking out former head Keith Alexander’s partnership with agency CTO http://t.co/6dS6yj31zTSpike in Malware Attacks on Aging ATMs http://t.co/dIexVvgcqs@gcluley maybe that's why they declined his card yesterday :)
Retweeted by Graham CluleyObama Uses Executive Order To Push Chip and Pin http://t.co/fLXhfvdWbX
10/20
2014
The Washington Post on Laura Poitras and CITIZENFOUR http://t.co/Ce0kK2S5yC
Retweeted by Graham Cluley“Don’t expect human behavior to change. Ever.” You are Apple’s greatest security challenge http://t.co/mCaXAOAXD6@gcluley to be fair, if you drink enough bleach, Ebola will no longer be a problem.
Retweeted by Graham CluleyDrinking bleach will not make you immune to Ebola. It's a hoax. That was a public safety announcement http://t.co/GKvEgWIjZi
10/19
2014
r/t Malicious ads run next to popular YouTube videos, laced with the Sweet Orange exploit kit http://t.co/ZvJR0EtTryKickstarter pulls Anonabox, a Tor-enabled router that raised over $585,000 http://t.co/EfrwR6pJyCr/t Citizenfour - Edward Snowden documentary http://t.co/6q9jq2g9dVThe #POODLE bug internet #vulnerability! Watch this video by @gcluley then check your browser http://t.co/s9tabF2FLk #SSL #Encryption
Retweeted by Graham CluleyMalicious ads run next to popular YouTube videos, laced with the Sweet Orange exploit kit http://t.co/ZvJR0EtTry http://t.co/d0N8hmJfJ6@quentynblog i think you'll find "its" is "it's". But otherwise I agree. :)@mathewjschwartz If i do, i guess i can put the ticket down as a business expense. :) But Mrs C will kill me...Citizenfour - Edward Snowden documentary http://t.co/6q9jq2g9dV http://t.co/MgjyncmMEsThe new Edward Snowden documentary #CITIZENFOUR will be shown at cinemas around the UK tonight. Find out where here: https://t.co/cALm6pvry1
Retweeted by Graham CluleyCourt: Parents Can Be Held Liable For Their Kids on Facebook http://t.co/LlWl57pTqNWhisper CTO says tracking “anonymous” users not a big deal, really http://t.co/hNnf6owTikI wonder how Banksy would feel if his website was defaced? #electronicgraffiti
10/17
2014
@lucyjord afraid I'm on a train with horrendous connectivity. So probably not today. Sorry.Kaspersky reports on the Ventir Trojan, new Mac OS X spyware http://t.co/tKLpXd8PZqNew York Times website articles prior to 2013 have XSS vulnerability http://t.co/KJrlH1vQT3@gcluley keeping everyone entertained at our @FoursysLtd SecureTour. http://t.co/SzZBTyGuhb
Retweeted by Graham Cluleyr/t Securing data needs to evolve beyond building moats around castles http://t.co/mvPSKvcKgCWill IE6 now please please die. Thanks http://t.co/FmojfZaKDeBBC launches WhatsApp service in West Africa to fight Ebola http://t.co/kIhPtjZSMXI think I've disabled EXIF metadata in my photos, so you won't know where I am http://t.co/XEwEWyqKYpDrupal SQL injection nasty leaves sites 'wide open' to attack http://t.co/Do7k9ckwES@obligateme the basic message is, close the lid. :)How to scan a printer from 1200 metres to steal data http://t.co/E85DwN56kKIf you're going to make a movie about Edward Snowden it's wise to take security and privacy seriously http://t.co/avZRPSg74t
10/16
2014
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