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2/22/2016 | 12:22:55 PM
Soft Token
"I had something else in mind when you told me we were getting soft tokens."
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2/22/2016 | 11:48:12 AM
write a caption password security
" ..well you told me not to write it down!  so i keep it on my facebook page, and it's private, right?!"
MaciejJustat
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2/22/2016 | 10:59:04 AM
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"These automated password resets are getting out of hand."
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2/22/2016 | 10:17:02 AM
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I should have known better than breaking up with an IT Professional with a pilots license!
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2/21/2016 | 8:32:13 PM
Now that I have LifeLock, I know that my password is so much more secure.
Now that I have LifeLock, I know that my password is so much more secure.
snowbiz2016
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2/21/2016 | 4:58:14 PM
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I just dont understand why mangement is spending real money and time on somethingn they call " 2 factor authentication" ...its not like our 4 character passwords are weak or avialble to just anyone.
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2/21/2016 | 3:10:51 PM
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"So Bob, how's that 'Meet Smoking Hot Russian Women' dating site working out?"
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2/21/2016 | 11:08:12 AM
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"I'm glad to see you're no longer keeping sticky notes on your monitor, Ed."
Joe Stanganelli
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2/20/2016 | 8:06:04 PM
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"Jim, my eyes are up here."
Joe Stanganelli
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2/20/2016 | 8:00:29 PM
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The pen testers are charging way too much for overhead.
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