Graham Cluley

  https://www.grahamcluley.com Graham Cluley is a veteran of the anti-virus industry having worked for a number of security companies since the early 1990s when he wrote the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows. Now an independent security analyst, he regularly makes media appearances and is an international public speaker on the topic of computer security, hackers, and online privacy. Follow him on Twitter at @gcluley, or drop him an email.

 

Graham Cluley



5920 Stories by Graham Cluley

Travelex hobbles back online, one month after ransomware hit it hard

The beleaguered company, hit by the REvil ransomware on New Year’s Eve, has not yet been able to restore all of its online services.

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$20,000 up for grabs in Xbox Live security hole hunt

Microsoft is inviting gamers, security researchers, and technologists to pit their wits against the Xbox network in the search for security vulnerabilities.

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€13 million Maltese bank cyber-heist – six men arrested in UK

The UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) have arrested a total of six men as part of an investigation into the hack of a Maltese...

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Sonos goofs again – this time revealing customers’ email addresses in Cc: blunder

Sonos’s customer support team tried to make grumpy customers happier by telling them their emails would take a little longer than normal to answer.

But...

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97% of airports showing signs of weak cybersecurity

New research has shone on a light on what appears to be a shocking lack of security at the world’s airports.

Boffins at ImmuniWeb took...

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The autofill email goof that exposed vulnerable students and cost the University of East Anglia £140,000

“Please delete the email we just sent you without opening or reading…”

Yeah, like that’s going to work…

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ProtonMail and StartMail blocked as Russia hunts for bomb threat spammers

ProtonMail is the second encrypted email provider in the last week to find itself blocked from its Russian users, after authorities in the country...

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The NHS has only suffered six ransomware attacks since the WannaCry worm, investigation reveals

An investigation claims that the UK’s National Health Service, which was hit hard by the notorious WannaCry worm in 2017, has seen a marked...

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Smashing Security #163: Russian heists and Ring wrongs

Should possessing malware be illegal in itself? How did a Russian cryptocurrency exchange millionaire lose his fortune? And what on earth are Amazon Ring...

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Teleworking threats in the security spotlight in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics

The Japanese government hopes to to avert the travel chaos during the Olympics by getting more than 600,000 staff to work from home for...

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Win $1.5 million hacking an Android phone

If you can crack the security of the Titan M chip found on the Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3a, and Pixel 4 smartphones, you...

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1 in 10 Macs hit by crude malware that poses as Flash Player update, reports Kaspersky

If the criminals are continuing to make money by infecting Apple Mac computers in this fashion, whatever makes you think that they’ll come up...

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Windows 7 definitely won’t ever receive any more bug fixes (errm… apart from this one for its wallpaper)

We definitely definitely absolutely won’t ever ever be releasing any more updates for Windows 7, said Microsoft earlier this month.

Now there’s an update on...

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16 NFL teams have their social media accounts hijacked by OurMine hacking gang

Yesterday the social media accounts of at least 16 NFL teams were hijacked by a hacking gang with a history of mischievous attacks.

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A Magecart hacking gang may have been caught by police for the first ever time

Police in Indonesia, working alongside Interpol, have arrested three men suspected of being part of a gang engaged in Magecart attacks that skimmed payment...

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Microsoft’s Internet Explorer zero-day workaround is breaking printing

Microsoft’s workaround for an unpatched vulnerability that is being exploited in targeted attacks by hackers appears to be causing printer errors.

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