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2/18/2016 | 8:14:46 AM
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Bob finally had to admit that his relationship with his ex-wife, ended badly.
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2/18/2016 | 6:31:20 AM
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" . . . and you still wonder how the hackers got the malware installed on the hospital computer???"
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2/17/2016 | 8:43:06 PM
February 2016 Cartoon Caption Contest
You don't receive airline mileage, when a message appears across the sky with your computer pass word!
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2/17/2016 | 8:24:08 PM
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"It's saying I can't use my dog's name as a password again. What's your dog's name?"
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2/17/2016 | 2:28:09 PM
Drone Security
Drone Security just became a Thing
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2/17/2016 | 10:57:15 AM
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For security, don't write down your password and store it under your keyboard.
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2/17/2016 | 9:38:04 AM
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For security, if you forget a password, all your other passwords are reset.
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2/17/2016 | 8:54:22 AM
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The NSA decided to help Bob with his password after hearing him say he forgot what he changed it to.
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2/17/2016 | 8:37:59 AM
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"The media always blows these hacks out of proportion."
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2/16/2016 | 5:39:06 PM
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''Now that we reset passwords quarterly, we're going to be much safer!''

''Uh... you do know we only require them to be 8 characters?''

''I use my facebook password for everything!''

 
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