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Name That Toon: Insider Threat
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Stephen.py
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Stephen.py,
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1/21/2021 | 4:04:04 PM
Working from home
Hunny, I looked every where for the dorritos. 
Ace2010
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Ace2010,
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1/21/2021 | 12:35:52 PM
Assistant in a Drawer
Becky thought the "Assistant in a Drawer" device was a great idea, until she realized she couldn't stop all the "pop-ups" 
rpo841
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rpo841,
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1/21/2021 | 10:52:40 AM
Insider Threat
Hi, I'm George from Accounting.  Do you have a password I could borrow?  I'll bring it right back.
EricL73
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EricL73,
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1/21/2021 | 9:35:48 AM
Working From Home
Hey! Just checking on your productivity. 
blightsey3921
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blightsey3921,
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1/21/2021 | 9:29:07 AM
assistant
Your password for that site is "R3mindM#@Gain" - and, by the way, this is NOT the administrative assistant position I thought I was applying for !
RSR555
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RSR555,
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1/21/2021 | 9:20:59 AM
insider threat
Yea my name is Oscar, so what?
daileynicholson
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daileynicholson,
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1/20/2021 | 2:38:24 PM
Name That Toon: Insider Threat
This is not what I meant by "I would like to share some desk space"
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