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perrycarilion
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perrycarilion,
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12/31/2019 | 2:56:01 PM
SDS upgrade
Apparently the extra camera reduces false santa positives by 50%
kiloflash104
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kiloflash104,
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12/30/2019 | 6:23:15 PM
Twinkling Tailgater
"This way I'll catch Rudolph if he tries to tailgate Santa."
acampbell448
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acampbell448,
User Rank: Strategist
12/27/2019 | 9:48:57 AM
Cloud security?
Don't you think we should move security to the cloud(s)?   Then we could catch him before he lands inside the perimeter......
PLRAMOS
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PLRAMOS,
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12/23/2019 | 9:56:09 AM
Acceptable Use
Did you remember to send Santa our Privacy Policy and Liability Release Form?
acampbell448
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acampbell448,
User Rank: Strategist
12/23/2019 | 8:40:12 AM
Santa's Elf?
Does that ELF really work for Santa?   I'm watching to see if he goes with him! 
Tempest2004
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Tempest2004,
User Rank: Strategist
12/20/2019 | 3:18:05 PM
Santa Camera's
Of course I upgraded the firmware and changed the default passwords!  My live stream of Santa's arrival is not going to end up on the Dark Web.
kratiw
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kratiw,
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12/16/2019 | 2:05:13 PM
Out of Control ....
Well, ITSEC is now officially out of control. They don't even trust Santa.
GreyW01f
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GreyW01f,
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12/11/2019 | 11:16:15 AM
Re: The Cameras Were Hung
The security cameras indicate a Santa crack...in the firewall.
matthewkmiller
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matthewkmiller,
User Rank: Strategist
12/6/2019 | 12:47:50 PM
The Cameras Were Hung
The cameras were hung by the chimney with care, in the hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
blightsey3921
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blightsey3921,
User Rank: Strategist
12/5/2019 | 9:57:23 AM
who ?
Is this to prove Santa or to catch the Grinch ?
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