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Name That Toon: Naughty or Nice
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WilliamG441
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WilliamG441,
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12/19/2016 | 9:15:19 AM
Naughty or Nice
He's testing 3D printing.  The elves are worried.
rayray2016
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rayray2016,
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12/18/2016 | 10:36:01 PM
Twenty Motion
very good post
ScottSchweitzer
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ScottSchweitzer,
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12/18/2016 | 8:55:59 PM
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We found security issues with his website, but the elves are too busy this time of year to fix them.
ItinerantYankee
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ItinerantYankee,
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12/16/2016 | 2:25:26 PM
Re: Pending Review
Labor dispute...
jhelms392
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jhelms392,
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12/16/2016 | 12:56:58 PM
Security Audit Social Engineering
No, I am certain. There have been no strangers in the work area.
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jehall6,
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12/14/2016 | 4:29:52 PM
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I see the red team is conducting network assessments again!
michael.dodd
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michael.dodd,
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12/14/2016 | 12:47:11 PM
Naughty or Nice
Santa said he personally wanted to help us close the backlog of Naughty or Nice dispute tickets before the 25th
jdbrazelton
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12/14/2016 | 11:53:04 AM
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As our new cybersecurity analyst he is examining each packet whether it's naughty or nice.
thomas.thompson74
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12/13/2016 | 2:08:31 PM
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Hmmm. One more for the naughty list. Gotta love social media!

 
rayray2016
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12/13/2016 | 1:01:16 PM
The Tao Of Badass Reviews Que
Very helpful article
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