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Threat Intelligence

3/8/2019
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John Klossner
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John Klossner has been drawing technology cartoons for more than 15 years. His work regularly appears in Computerworld and Federal Computer Week. His illustrations and cartoons have also been published in The New Yorker, Barron's, and The Wall Street Journal. Web site: ... View Full Bio

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4/5/2019 | 9:29:39 AM
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So Jerry's using a new version control called "Git-Krakken", ever heard of it?
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4/4/2019 | 11:43:24 AM
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Have you heard about this new Octo-Phishing?  I wonder what that's about
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4/3/2019 | 2:09:08 PM
spam phish
"It's like I can almost feel the scammers reaching out. Extending thier tentacles toward out data!"

"Uh-huh"
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3/31/2019 | 11:44:51 PM
js0322
"When I find the giant jerkwad who stole my lunch from the breakroom, I'm going to-- What are you looking at?"
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3/31/2019 | 11:18:00 PM
js0321
"The new guy scares me, too. I heard he speaks Russian."
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3/31/2019 | 11:14:21 PM
js0320
"At least I can't smell Karen's microwave popcorn anymore."
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3/31/2019 | 11:13:33 PM
js0319
"Hey, I'm all for diversity in the workplace, but I don't really see how he's any different from any of our other loathsome co-workers."
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3/31/2019 | 11:10:19 PM
js0318
"Sure, he's brilliant, but his soft skills need work."
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3/31/2019 | 11:08:34 PM
js0317
"I wish he'd just use Slack to get our attention."
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3/30/2019 | 11:04:49 PM
Phishing
"I've heard of spear phishing but this is ridiculous."
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