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Joe Stanganelli
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5/25/2017 | 11:00:44 PM
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"I've seen worse.  Last week Tim had a dragon."
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5/25/2017 | 10:57:38 PM
ntt4
"I think we should hire this one."
edwardspbe
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5/25/2017 | 11:08:12 AM
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You are infected!  @malwareunicorn to the rescue...  
Thomh123
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5/23/2017 | 12:42:31 PM
Name That Toon
This is a secure windows pc.
KenR344
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KenR344,
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5/23/2017 | 11:45:05 AM
Cartoon Caption Contest
"It's part of my thesis research on a formal proof of Clarke's Third Law about technology and magic."
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iCanvasWill,
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5/23/2017 | 8:59:31 AM
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Here is what the client expects us to develop...
PaulM106
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5/21/2017 | 10:55:29 PM
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Janice, I think I've got a message from the code father!
aguilar
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aguilar,
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5/19/2017 | 3:23:04 AM
Name that Toon
Ey guys! We got another horned phising campaign!
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Argentus,
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5/18/2017 | 4:32:11 PM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
"...it also uses a 100 000bit private key and utilizes one-time pad encryption..."
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Deckerch,
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5/18/2017 | 12:30:55 PM
Name That Toon: Screen Sharing
Hey Janice, is this supposed to part of the new Multi-Factor Authentication?
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