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Apple: If hackers have our customers passwords, they didn’t steal them from us

Apple reassures worried customers that it has not suffered a security breach, as hackers threaten to remotely wipe users’ devices.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. 15 more words

Graham Cluley

Stop shifting the blame onto third parties. That breach is still your firm’s responsibility

If it’s data that your customers gave you that’s breached, it’s your responsibility.

Read more in my article on the Bitdefender Business Insights blog.

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Graham Cluley

Surprise! WikiLeaks won’t just hand over details of zero-day vulnerabilities to tech firms

WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange may be making unreasonable demands about how he will share details of the alleged zero-day vulnerabilities that have been leaked from the CIA… 15 more words

Graham Cluley

WikiLeaks says it will work with software vendors to fix CIA zero-day exploits

After the media hystericane, Julian Assange says he will help bugs get fixed.

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Graham Cluley

The perils of working from home with young children

I work from home. I frequently do media interviews via Skype. I have a young child.
It’s a dangerous cocktail.

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Graham Cluley

Smashing Security #011: WikiLeaks and the CIA

Has the CIA been using a Weeping Angel to spy on you via your Smart TV? Have WhatsApp, Telegram and Signal been compromised? What is the secret of the SATAN ransomware? 49 more words

Graham Cluley

Dahua security camera owners urged to update firmware after vulnerability found

Do you own an internet-connected DVR, CCTV or IP camera?
You may want to check who manufactured it, as proof-of-concept code has been released capable of automating attacks against devices made by Dahua Technology. 20 more words

Graham Cluley