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post #11 of 11 (permalink) Old 03-24-2020, 11:52 AM
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most of this stuff ends up affecting business via end user infiltration. also often times forces you into spending more money on some new layer of service. example, we just added a DarkTrace blade to our stack. not really sure what it does, aside from AI driven security stuff. or forces you to retire hardware early as 2 year old devices start acting like 5 year old Lenovos with Hybrid drives after too many bios updates.

cuz karen & chad will enter every single UN&PW into that fake 365 portal until they're all outta ideas. pretty sure they could add a SSN check on the third attempt, n people would still willingly comply. "oh wow! So secure!"

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