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5/10/2019
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SurviveIT
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5/13/2019 | 9:43:30 AM
Caption Contest Entry
Wasn't the new TLS version supposed to be a light protocol?
blightsey3921
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5/13/2019 | 9:41:34 AM
This ransomware has really gotten my attention....I need to dispose of that last cup of coffee!
This ransomware has really gotten my attention....I need to dispose of that last cup of coffee!
CWPS
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5/13/2019 | 9:31:04 AM
Caption
If you duck down, & shift your right shoulder up ..it comes off :)

 
BuddyMac
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5/13/2019 | 9:28:40 AM
Security Policies
At first I thought the new security policies would be too restrictive, but to tell you the truth, I hardly notice anything different!
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 1:09:40 PM
Non IT People
This is what non IT people think is securing our systems.
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 1:07:01 PM
Job Security
I guess this means we're pretty "secure" in our jobs!
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 12:19:17 PM
2FA
I was told that we were implementing a two factor Auth program...This must be what management considers to be the level 2 part...something you have.
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 12:13:22 PM
Hashing
I sure hope these aren't hashed...If they are, this is irreversible...
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 12:11:20 PM
Keys
Do you think these use a shared key, or a public/private combination?
Ace2010
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5/11/2019 | 12:09:04 PM
Lock down
There must have a been a very serious security breach...they've really locked us down this time!
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