Graham Cluley is an award-winning security blogger, researcher and public speaker. He has been a well-known figure in the computer security industry since the early 1990s when he worked as a programmer, writing the first ever version of Dr Solomon's Anti-Virus Toolkit for Windows.
Graham has given talks about computer security for some of the world's largest companies, worked with law enforcement agencies on investigations into hacking groups, and regularly appears on TV and radio explaining computer security threats.
Graham was inducted into the InfoSecurity Europe Hall of Fame in 2011.
April 25th, 2019 | 47 mins 18 secs
apple, facial recognition, fingerprint, malwaretech, marcus hutchins, nokia, passwords, samsung
WannaCry's "accidental hero" pleads guilty to malware charges, Samsung and Nokia have fingerprint fumbles, the NCSC publishes a list of 100,000 dreadful passwords, and Apple finds itself at the centre of an identity mix-up.
April 18th, 2019 | 52 mins 40 secs
alexa, amazon, angler exploit kit, brian krebs, ddos, malvertising, malware, porn, ransomware, reveton, wipro
The hacker who lived the high life after spreading malware via porn sites, Wipro demonstrates how to turn a cybersecurity crisis into a PR disaster, and why are humans listening in to your Alexa conversations?
April 11th, 2019 | 30 mins 45 secs
In this special "splinter" episode of the "Smashing Security" podcast from September 2017 we tackle the tricky subject of backups - When did you last backup your data? How and what should you backup? And where should you store them?
Lots of questions and Graham gets to do his Tina Turner impression.
April 4th, 2019 | 48 mins 44 secs
car alarm, facial recognition, malware, office depot, officemax, pc health check
Office Depot and OfficeMax are fined millions for tricking customers into thinking their computers were infected with malware, car alarms can make your vehicle less secure, and facial recognition in apartment blocks comes under the microscope.
March 28th, 2019 | 47 mins 37 secs
asus, data breach, hotel, malware, motel, privacy, shadowhammer, supply chain
An app leaking private conversations and intimate photographs is ignoring requests to fix the problem, hackers poison a security update sent to ASUS PCs, and how to protect your privacy in motel rooms.
March 21st, 2019 | 48 mins 28 secs
beto o'rourke, cult of the dead cow, drugs, flat earth, pi, telegram, telegrass, usb
Online drug dealers get busted due to poor OPSEC! People are still failing to wipe their USB sticks properly! A potential presidential candidate is outed as a former hacker! Flat Earthers! Pi! Empathy!
March 14th, 2019 | 54 mins 8 secs
ageid, jon ronson, porn, ransomware, tetris, zillow
A $150 million mansion is hijacked online, Brits will soon have to scan their passport to watch internet porn, and are organisations right to pay up when hit by ransomware?
March 7th, 2019 | 42 mins 49 secs
absher, didgeridoo, fleabag, iot, jibo, saudi arabi, skiing, snoring, vulnerability
Twerking robot assistants, an app from Saudi Arabia that lets men track women, and a gnarly skiing security snarl-up!
Oh, and find out how a didgeridoo could change your life and that of your loved ones.
February 28th, 2019 | 57 mins 24 secs
facebook, insurance, linkedin, malware, perfect night in, rude words, swatting, tetris, twitter
Why is Tampa's mayor tweeting about blowing up the airport? Are hackers trying to connect with you via LinkedIn? And has Maria succeeded in her attempt to survive February without Facebook?
Plus, after last week's discussion about the legal battle between Mondelez and Zurich Insurance, we have a chat with security veteran Martin Overton to take a deeper look into cyberinsurance.
February 21st, 2019 | 45 mins 55 secs
back to the future, china, facebook, insurance, malware, nike, notpetya, tracking, vulnerability
How would you track someone who owed you money? What was the colossal flaw Facebook left on its website for anyone to exploit and hijack accounts? And what excuse are insurance companies giving for not paying victims of the NotPetya malware millions of dollars?
February 14th, 2019 | 38 mins 52 secs
2fa, apple, catfishing, google, iphone, nest
Is two factor authentication such a pain in the rear end that it's costing the economy millions? Do you feel safe having a Google Nest in your home? And don't get caught by a catfisher this Valentine's Day.
February 7th, 2019 | 50 mins 27 secs
android, cryptocurrency, darknet diaries, digital legacy, hacker giraffe, malware, pewdiepie
Jack Rhysider from the "Darknet Diaries" podcast joins us to chat about his interview with the elusive Hacker Giraffe, how a death is preventing cryptocurrency investors from reaching their money, and how 'beauty camera' apps are redirecting users to phishing websites and stealing their selfies.
January 31st, 2019 | 45 mins 50 secs
apple, facebook, facetime, iot, iphone, japan, privacy, vulnerability
A FaceTime bug allows callers to see and hear you before you answer the phone, Facebook's Nick Clegg tries to convince us the social network is changing its ways, and IoT hacking is big in Japan.
January 24th, 2019 | 43 mins 7 secs
boars, business email compromise, coin, facebook, gdpr, google, payroll, privacy, the office quest
Business email compromise evolves to target your company's payroll, how the world's largest gold coin was stolen from a Berlin museum, and are internet giants feeling the heat yet over data security?
January 17th, 2019 | 40 mins 56 secs
baby monitor, botnet, ddos, government, iot, liberia, mirai, ssl, tls, toto, vulnerability
Why a business spat resulted in Liberia falling off the internet, how the US Government shutdown is impacting website security, and the perplexing world of extreme IoT devices.
January 10th, 2019 | 51 mins 8 secs
bear brook, bug bounty, exploit, facebook, hacking, louis theroux, marie kondo, twitter, vulnerability, zerodium
Twitter and the not-so-ethical hacking of celebrity accounts, study discovers how you can pay someone to quit Facebook for a year, and the millions of dollars you can make from uncovering software vulnerabilities.