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RobF375
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RobF375,
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10/4/2018 | 8:07:03 PM
Cartoon Caption
"Trying to promote your code to production again without an approved change window eh Bob?"
sdenrich
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sdenrich,
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10/4/2018 | 3:47:15 PM
cartoon caption
Hey guys! when did we hire Tom Cruise!!!
3milio
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3milio,
User Rank: Strategist
10/4/2018 | 1:01:56 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
Ever since Larry got bit by that South American fruit bat, he's been acting a little strange.
3milio
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3milio,
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10/4/2018 | 12:58:43 PM
Re: Put your thinking cap on! We have new cartoon caption contest!
The latest fad in office ergonomics.
InfoSecJunky
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InfoSecJunky,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/4/2018 | 8:52:04 AM
He violated our zero tolerance policy
He violated our zero tolerance policy!
Corruption
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Corruption,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/3/2018 | 12:47:44 PM
Security Awareness Training
 

I think Jane in Accounting got the Bear trap!!!
lakers85
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lakers85,
User Rank: Strategist
10/3/2018 | 8:02:02 AM
My boss told me to write the same sentence 500 times as punishment for my lapse in judgement
"I will not ask management to purchase NEW & SECURE, to replace 12 year old Network Devices...for obvious reasons"

"I will not ask management to purchase NEW & SECURE, to replace 12 year old Network Devices...for obvious reasons"

"I will not ask management to purchase NEW & SECURE, to replace 12 year old Network Devices...for obvious reasons"

"I will not ask management to purchase NEW & SECURE, to replace 12 year old Network Devices...for obvious reasons"
Noe4293
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Noe4293,
User Rank: Apprentice
10/2/2018 | 5:01:54 PM
The New Guy
Looks like Jerry got tied up at work...
tspirawk
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tspirawk,
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10/2/2018 | 11:20:28 AM
Repeat Offender
Looks like Bob fell for our internal phishing again!
SXDude
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SXDude,
User Rank: Strategist
10/2/2018 | 8:50:42 AM
An email confirming it was a malicious attachment would have sufficed!!!!
An email confirming it was a malicious attachment would have sufficed!!!!
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