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MouaBad Android malware earns money by making phone calls
A newly discovered piece of malware attempts to make money by making phone calls from infected Android smartphones without requiring any user interaction.
Free ASDA Voucher scam tries to ruin Christmas on Facebook
A scam is spreading on Facebook, luring unsuspecting social networkers into clicking by pretending to be supermarket vouchers in the run-up to Christmas.
Paul Walker Horrific Car Crash video scam spreads on Facebook. Watch out!
Beware of links shared by your Facebook friends, claiming to link to a shocking video of the death of the Fast and the Furious movie star.
US and British spies invade World of Warcraft in hunt for online criminals and terrorists
It sounds extraordinary, but it seems American and UK intelligence agencies infiltrated popular video games in their hunt for criminal gangs and terrorists.
Listen to Graham Cluley discussing password security on WGN Radio 720
Last week I was invited onto the “Bill and Wendy Show” on Chicago’s WGN Radio 720.
The topic started off as password security, but quickly tackled a number of other computer security and online safety issues.
Critical security fixes on their way from Microsoft, but none yet for the CVE-2013-5065 zero-day
Microsoft says it is all set to fix a bunch of security flaws on Patch Tuesday, including one involving TIFF files.
But there's no date yet for a fix for an in-the-wild zero-day threat affecting Windows XP users.
Android game steals WhatsApp chats and offers them for sale
BalloonPop2 has been removed from the Google Play store after it was found to be stealing users' WhatsApp conversations, and offering them for sale.
Suspected Blackhole Exploit Kit creator, and 12 others, prosecuted by Russian authorities
If the Russian authorities really do have their hands on the Blackhole Exploit Kit's creator, and his collaborators, then that is good news for everyone on the internet.
Brightest Flashlight Free – the Android app that secretly sent user location to advertisers
Tens of millions of Android users have installed the Brightest Flashlight Free app, not realising that the app engaged in dirty tricks to share information about users' location and devices with advertisers without consent.
Sick Twitter hoax upon death of Nelson Mandela brings Paris Hilton into disrepute
Don't trust everything you read on Twitter. And shame on whoever thought the death of a world statesman admired by millions was the perfect opportunity to embarrass Paris Hilton.
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