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Name That Toon: SOC Puppets
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HPERPER
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HPERPER,
User Rank: Strategist
9/25/2019 | 3:23:54 PM
Sock Puppets
Well..they match, so I guess we passed.  How do we prevent the constant oversight?
harrismc
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harrismc,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/25/2019 | 2:29:22 PM
Soc puppets
That is not what I had in mind when we asked for a  2 SOC assessment
thekob96
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thekob96,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/25/2019 | 2:24:04 PM
First day on the job
I don't want to alarm you... but being that you are the first female software engineer that our company has hired...?  You might find that there are those within your department who are a little curious about your presence here.
Hazbro
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Hazbro,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/22/2019 | 5:13:13 AM
Cartoon Caption Contest
I wish they'd put a sock in it.
vantag
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vantag,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/20/2019 | 9:32:19 AM
Re: Write a Caption, Win a Prize
"He's too shy to invite me out face to face!"
jd.daniels
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jd.daniels,
User Rank: Apprentice
9/19/2019 | 1:10:29 PM
Creepy
Can we make sure my computer's camera is off? I feel like I am being watched.
kratiw
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kratiw,
User Rank: Strategist
9/19/2019 | 10:10:10 AM
Legal!
I don't think legal is taking our concerns about identity theft seriously.
Tempest2004
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Tempest2004,
User Rank: Ninja
9/18/2019 | 4:12:33 PM
sock puppets
Because Sock Puppets don't get fired for being brutally honest describing the weaknesses of existing security controls.
REISEN1955
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REISEN1955,
User Rank: Ninja
9/18/2019 | 12:47:49 PM
Re: shallow fake
It was only then that Sam realized his friend had taken private messaging to a whole new level. 
Deadsnott
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Deadsnott,
User Rank: Guru
9/18/2019 | 9:44:24 AM
SOCKS puppets
I think he may have misunderstood when I suggested using a SOCKS proxy to bypass the firewall.
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