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4/22/2021
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John Klossner
John Klossner
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ltrahan2013
ltrahan2013,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/11/2021 | 11:11:59 AM
Phishing
What Virtual Reality phishing attacks will look like in 2030.
cabby777
cabby777,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/11/2021 | 11:03:30 AM
To Serve Man
Go ahead and sign the agreement.

I always wanted to go to Mars

Sounds like a once in a lifetime opportunity!
cabby777
cabby777,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/11/2021 | 10:50:03 AM
Such a Deal!
A time share on Mars. Looks like a great investment.
pinto
pinto,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/10/2021 | 3:24:13 PM
Re: Name That Toon
Take me to your BISO 
YCR
YCR,
User Rank: Strategist
5/10/2021 | 12:02:00 PM
Greetings Earthlings
On that night, lost in the middle of nowhere, the Jones realized they had reached the outer limits of their computer knowledge and there was only one way out.
donald.russo
donald.russo,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/6/2021 | 4:10:11 PM
Urgh! This is some BS!!
Earthling...PLEASE help me! The wormhole is about to close and I do not understand...

- At least 8 characters—the more characters, the better

- A mixture of both uppercase and lowercase letters

- A mixture of letters and numbers

- Inclusion of at least one special character, e.g., ! @ # ?
mjennings36
mjennings36,
User Rank: Strategist
5/6/2021 | 2:58:55 PM
Locals
He wants to know what it mean by "local, single girls are waiting to meet you!"
acampbell448
acampbell448,
User Rank: Ninja
5/6/2021 | 9:59:25 AM
Broken down?
He says his spaceship is broken down and wants directions to Boca Chica so he can catch the next Starship back to Mars.....
Tempest2004
Tempest2004,
User Rank: Strategist
5/5/2021 | 9:44:47 PM
Take me to your leader
He wants us to take us to our leader for a Zoom call with his leader for some collabrative, out of the box, syniergistic, team building.
Dantheman2021
Dantheman2021,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/5/2021 | 2:46:46 PM
SASEs and WYSIWYGs
Look, Gladys... your SASE collided with his DDOS and caused a ripple in his black hole!  And your WYSIWYG is messing with his MFA.  You'd better log in remotely to your router and grant him access to your ACL or he says he'll vaporize us. Wait... he also wants to know if you're vaccinated!
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