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I found interesting how we are moving toward more robotic capabilities without the understanding of the Cyber Criminal potential mischief.
Inc.com story about a new AI “feature” of Google
Apparently Google AI can make calls with a very convincing human voice, so now Cyber criminals will up their game. I can’t make anything else with this then include it in a Robo joke edition blogpost…
Yes it is time for another edition of Cyberjokes edition, might as well make it Halloween themed:
Library jokes in the summer:
What do you get when you cross an elephant with a computer?
A lot of memory.
Why did the computer sneeze?
It had a virus
What did the spider do inside the library computer?
It made a web page.
Or we have the ultimate ring fight:
Hmm always there isn’t it? Human error versus our best devices and efforts.
Pinterest has some good jokes sometimes…
Cybergeeks say that the weakest link is the human.
How about xkcd? In the computing world, xdck is classic and great.
Be careful what you ask for. The Darknet is one such place
And don’t believe that anything on the Internet or Darknet is actually ‘anonymous’. If it sounds too good to be true, then it is.
It is always amazing to me that how little people update their computers and other devices – no matter the ultimate fix.
Contact me to discuss IT security…
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Yes on Holidays I like to do things that are not done weekly or monthly – like backups, and shred old documents etc.
And now for the jokes:
An Attempt by ESPI Blog to explain Easter Eggs (software) with 1st Easter Egg:
Some Easter eggs are hidden, so are very well hidden, and then there’s the Video Whizball Easter egg. Now considered the first software Easter egg ever, the hidden name of the game programmer was not found for 26 years after the game’s initial release in 1978. While the Easter egg is rather minor, simply a printout of the programmer’s family name, it is noteworthy as it is, as the earliest instance of a hidden feature in software. Of course, there could be others in earlier software, so get out there and find them!
Look for some Easter eggs on Google – search for ‘anagram’ (it will say Did you mean ‘nag a ram’? Mediaite post from 2010 on the anagram Google Joke
Unfortunately the real joke is on us the clients of small businesses:
And now you know why 60% of small business(KnowBe4) hacked is out of business within six months.
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