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    The power of chocolate.

    Forget sophisticated, AV-disabling network worms masquerading as an e-vite party link from a college friend. Next time you want to access someone's computer system without permission, just offer candy.

    A recent survey of 172 office workers waiting for commuter trains at a London financial district transit station found a shocking 71% turned over their passwords in exchange for a chocolate Easter egg.
    Now look at all the time and money I have wasted on computers, programs and other miscellaneous devices and all I got to do is play the Easter Bunny....Geeezzz


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    DjM:

    all I got to do is play the Easter Bunny
    Bet you'll look real cute too.....

    To be honest though, I wonder how many people gave fakes just to get the chocolate.....
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    ha..ha..
    Such easy social engineering rather...
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    To be honest though, I wonder how many people gave fakes just to get the chocolate.....
    Would that be social engineering the social engineer??
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    I would tell them.................the "general quarters password".............try that and deal with the adrenalin charged young men who arrive in their flak jackets very shortly........OK it gets you IN to the system and OUT in a rubber bag?

    Also, take my home........you have one password and twenty machines, and what is it the password to..........BIOS power up?, operating system? file server.................

    But chocolate is a wonderful substance...............it aggravates the timid beast?............well one of my brothers in law has a pedigree Charolais...........I guess that he weighs in at around 2500Lbs......and he likes chocolate!.............a bit weird, given their three stomach configuration?.....

    The brother in law also has a pair of black faced suffolk and one texel ram..............they also like chocolate...........and me, as a result

    Just don't give human chocolate to dogs...........it contains substances that are poisonous to them!!!!!

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    Originally posted here by Tiger Shark
    Bet you'll look real cute too.....
    Just for you Tiger.
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    I guess that he weighs in at around 2500Lbs

    Maybe I am reading this wrong. But according to your Lbs note, he apparently likes alot of chocolate. He weighs more than a ton? ROTFLMAO



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    Looks like im going to have to dig out my bunny suit too lol.

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    DjM: Hmmm.... You look a bit like an ex-wife of mine....

    Dopey: A Charolais is a bull!!!!! They are big.... That's why they are so friggin' scarey......
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    ...social confectioneering?
    That's Officer 11001001 to you...
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