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  2. How did Ben Franklin feel after discovering electricity……Shocked.
  3. What do you call a painting by a cat……A paw-trait.
  4. Why did the artist get into an argument with the curator at the art gallery……He wasn't in the right frame of mind.
  5. Why was the baseball player arrested in the middle of the game……He was caught stealing second base.
  6. What did the artist say to the rival……I Challenge you a doodle!
  7. If you drop a white hat into the Red Sea, what does it become……Wet.
  8. Why did the football coach go to the bank……To get his quarterback.
  9. Great Understanding Relationship is easy when spouses know each other. Here are 2 classic examples: 1) A husband comes home after attending a club meeting. He tells his wife, "Dear, there was a drinking competition after meeting today." His wife spontaneously, "Who got the second position?" 2) A wife tells her husband, "Dear, there was a letter for you with `Private and Confidential" written on the envelope. The husband casually asks, "What was written inside?" Great understanding of each other!
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    Pass It On My husband, Michael, and I were at a restaurant with his boss, a rather stern older man. When Michael began a tale, which I was sure he had told before, I gave him a kick under the table. There was no response, so I gave him another poke. Still the story went on. Suddenly he stopped, grinned and said, "Oh, but I've told you this one before, haven't I?" We all chuckled and changed the subject. Later, on the dance floor, I asked my husband why it had taken him so long to get my message. "What do you mean?" he replied. "I cut the story off as soon as you kicked me." "But I kicked you twice and it still took you awhile to stop!" Suddenly we realized what had happened. Sheepishly we returned to our table. The boss smiled and said: "Don't worry. After the second one I figured it wasn't for me, so I passed it along!"
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  14. Do Not Open This Email From Microsoft If you get an email claiming to be from Microsoft about a Windows update, don't open it Security researchers from Trustwave's SpiderLabs have discovered a new malicious campaign which spoofs urgent update emails from Microsoft to infect user's systems with the Cyborg ransomware. Targeted users first receive an email with either the subject line 'Install Latest Microsoft Windows Update now!' or 'Critical Microsoft Windows Update!' which is already suspicious as Microsoft pushes Windows updates through its operating system and never through emails. The email itself contains just one line of text which reads: “Please install the latest critical update from Microsoft attached to this email”. While the fake update attachment has “.jpg” file extension, it is actually not a picture but instead is an executable file. This executable file is a malicious .NET download that the attackers have designed to deliver malware to the infected system. Upon clicking on the email's attachment, the executable hidden within it downloads a file called 'bitcoingenerator.exe' from a GitHub account with the name misterbtc2020. Just like with the attachment itself, this file is a .NET compiled malware known as the Cyborg ransomware. Once activated, the ransomware encrypts all of the files on the infected user's system and appends their filenames with its own file extension, 777. A ransom note with the filename 'Cyborg_DECRYPT.txt' is then left on the desktop of the compromised machine. Finally, the ransomware leaves a copy of itself called 'bot.exe' hidden at the root of the infected drive. In an effort to better understand the variants of the Cyborg ransomware, Trustwave researchers searched for the original filename of the ransomware they obtained and searched for it in VirusTotal. There they found three other samples of this ransomware and discovered that a builder for it exists online. The researchers also found a GitHub account with the name Cyborg-Ransomware that contained a repository with the ransomware builder binaries as well as a second repository with a link to the Russian version of the same builder hosted on another site. Trustwave's Diana Lopera explained why the Cyborg ransomware poses a serious threat to individuals and businesses in a blog post, saying: “The Cyborg Ransomware can be created and spread by anyone who gets hold of the builder. It can be spammed using other themes and be attached in different forms to evade email gateways. Attackers can craft this ransomware to use a known ransomware file extension to mislead the infected user from the identity of this ransomware.”
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