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11/11/2019
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rockclimber510
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11/21/2019 | 10:03:58 AM
Giant Problem
When Don's computer got infected with ransomware, he knew he had a giant problem he had to fight.
rockclimber510
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11/21/2019 | 10:01:50 AM
Giants In Disguise
Microsoft's Lock Screen apparently looked a little too real on Don's new 8K screen.
acampbell448
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11/21/2019 | 9:31:33 AM
White Knight?
Managment said they were looking for a White Knight to save us but I don't think this is what they meant!
rainforestpress
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11/20/2019 | 7:11:31 PM
Knight Shift
He said the knight shift was the pointy end of the cyber-security spear.

 
rslay99
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11/20/2019 | 5:20:14 PM
Medieval Kingdom Security
"Must have been another Bud Light Platinum night at Joe's, He's trying to protect the office with Medieval Kingdom Security again!"
suliano
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11/19/2019 | 1:21:02 PM
su
-when I told you that our cyber-defense was from another age
BrianR603
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11/19/2019 | 9:02:28 AM
End Point Protection
"Looks like the new security solution they brought in keeps charging our accounts"
kratiw
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11/19/2019 | 7:58:43 AM
Red Team
Someone on the red team is taking things too litteraly.
InfoSec Overnights
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11/19/2019 | 5:16:36 AM
Caption
I don't think he understands "spearphishing."
paustinnew
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11/18/2019 | 5:17:14 PM
Tilting at windmills
Is this a new type of spear phishing?
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