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11/11/2019
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scottdutton@centurytel.net
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[email protected],
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11/18/2019 | 3:09:52 PM
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We wanted the Cyber Ninjas, but this was the best we could find.
abigailb
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abigailb,
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11/18/2019 | 2:25:38 PM
Endpoint Protection
So you just give this guy the password to access your desk
cmgreenjr1
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cmgreenjr1,
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11/14/2019 | 4:11:36 PM
Name that toon
"Looks like the Trojans are evolving into a more focused attack mode."
jimlh
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jimlh,
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11/14/2019 | 12:04:15 PM
Tilting at windmills
Looks like Don is trying to convince the CFO to increase our cybersecurity budget, again.
abbyross
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11/14/2019 | 11:51:53 AM
Call the police!
"Call the police! This pen tester is breaking into our computers!"

"Uh, you know you hired him to do a pen test, right? And he has a contract."
marshalljohns
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marshalljohns,
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11/14/2019 | 11:48:31 AM
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"Now go away or I will taunt you a second time"
blightsey3921
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11/14/2019 | 11:46:30 AM
office romance
I thought the "Knight in Shining Armor" was Tracie's latest office romance!
Dredger23
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11/13/2019 | 10:06:40 AM
Roleplay as an attacker
I think Bob has taken "Roleplay as an attacker", to a all new high...
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HPERPER,
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11/12/2019 | 12:41:45 PM
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We heard about a white horse.  I think thats Frank's kid with a sheet over the family dog.
Blaze007
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11/12/2019 | 10:25:25 AM
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"IT told me that once they build a moat around my workstation, I'll finally get rid of this nasty Trojan."
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