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Name That Edge Toon: Magical May
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acampbell448
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acampbell448,
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5/4/2021 | 10:56:58 AM
Rouge Intruder
They say the risk of a rouge intruder taking over an now empty workspace and hacking our network is greater now than ever - do you think he is suspicious?
blightsey3921
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blightsey3921,
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5/4/2021 | 9:21:47 AM
ominous
Sounds a bit scary - he says he just added some "quantum entanglement" to the mix. 
RamonSouza
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RamonSouza,
User Rank: Apprentice
5/4/2021 | 8:48:53 AM
That's not what I mean when I said I was missing easier setup wizards.
That's not what I mean when I said I was missing easier setup wizards.
enordberg
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enordberg,
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5/4/2021 | 8:43:45 AM
Citizen Developer
He's our new citizen developer.
graydon@graydonmckee.com
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[email protected],
User Rank: Apprentice
5/4/2021 | 6:35:37 AM
May Toon
The CISO's Lunch-n-learn didn't work so now he's trying this to get the developers to follow secure coding practices.
rocky.yuan
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rocky.yuan,
User Rank: Author
5/3/2021 | 4:25:43 PM
May Toon
I wasn't expecting this when they said Halloween potluck...
iparanoid
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iparanoid,
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5/3/2021 | 4:12:11 PM
May toon
He keeps saying the magic words are "deep packet inspection"
ChadF3
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ChadF3,
User Rank: Strategist
5/3/2021 | 3:26:55 PM
The Real Deal
People keep telling me the new guy is a real web development wizard, but I've heard that kind of hype before.


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