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Graham Cluley
  • Samba users urged to patch 7-year-old remote code execution flaw ASAP

    Graham Cluley
    Samba network filesystem administrators are being urged to patch a seven-year-old remote execution vulnerability as soon as possible.
    David Bisson reports.
  • Yup, the Android app store is full of useless, unwanted anti-WannaCry apps

    Graham Cluley
    Apps claiming to protect Android users against WannaCry ransomware are popping up on Google Play, but all of them are a bunch of hogwash.
    David Bisson reports.
  • Smashing Security #22: Walk this way... to defeat biometrics

    Graham Cluley
    In this latest edition of the "Smashing Security" podcast, the team are joined by Paul Ducklin to discuss bizarre biometrics, Mac malware, emails sent to the Bank of England, Jane Austen and The Bangles.
    Check it out, and subscribe to the show on iTunes!
  • Europol busts 27 burglars for Black box-based ATM logic attacks

    Graham Cluley
    Europol has arrested 27 members of an international conspiracy that sought to commit ATM "Black box" attacks across Europe and parts of Scandinavia.
    David Bisson reports.
  • EU security body calls for a security trust mark for IoT devices

    Graham Cluley
    For all the excitement and buzz around the Internet of Things, spurred on by connected gadgets being sold in great numbers both online and on the high street, there is no denying that it has a serious problem.
    Read more in my article on the Bitdefender Box blog.
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    Graham Cluley
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  • Tencent users beware! There's a mobile ransomware coming after you

    Graham Cluley
    Customers of Tencent, China's biggest technology company, need to be on the lookout for ransomware attackers who would love nothing more than to infect their Android devices.
    David Bisson reports.
  • Ashley Madison claims to be gaining 500,000 new members each month

    Graham Cluley
    If their numbers are to believed, half a million braindead bozos are signing up for the Ashley Madison website each month.
    If their numbers are to be believed.
  • How to remove all your cookies, cached data, and browsing history from Safari

    Graham Cluley
    David Bisson explains how Safari users can clear their caches, browsing history, and cookies for better privacy.
  • US politicians think companies should be allowed to 'hack back' after WannaCry

    Graham Cluley
    ACDC bill would give green light for firms to launch counterattacks against hackers. But is that really a good idea?

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