Valentine’s Day cards for infosec geeks

Information security specialists are not just people who nag you about strong passwords and not clicking on strange things. We are also people. People with hearts. People with hearts that love. I’ve made some Valentine’s Day cards for my fellow infosec geeks. Enjoy. You have my permission to save, print, and share these valentines with those who love computer security as much as you love them. (Non-commercial use only)

Critical Vulnerability

You patched a critical vulnerability in my life.

Zero-Day

Your love is like a zero-day exploit. It took control before I even know I was vulnerable.

Whitelist

You are the only one on the whitelist for my heart

Shared Secret

Our love is like symmetric key encryption. You hold the shared secret to my heart.

Two-factor authentication

My love is like two-factor authentication. It is something you know and something you have.

Can you do better? Share your Valentine’s Day card messages for infosec geeks in the comments or send to @observacious on Twitter. Use the hashtag #infosecvalentine. Creating images is optional.

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