Question AuthoritySo maybe I think of Security in a slightly, well, less ideologically alligned orientation to the TrueBelievers of the NeoConClownCarCrew, and so would not have been vulnerable to
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service computer network is vulnerable to social-engineering hacks, with 60% of employees changing their computer passwords when requested by phone callers posing as help-desk workers, according to a government auditor.Ok, so it is sorta wonderingMaking to tthink about all of the whining of the NeoConClownCarCrew whining about 'social engineering' without, well, gosh, any more knowledge about what they are talking about in that space than the rest of the evil liberal thingies that they have always hated....
[ cf Study: IRS security vulnerable to social engineering ]
Ah yes, remind me again, Good Patriotic Party Apparachniki are suppose to follow orders without questioning, because of which excuse again? The fact that this a time of transferring the tax liabilities unto the unborn or what????