Thu | Dec 10, 2020 | 1:48 PM PST

In times like these, we could all use a laugh or two. 

Everyone knows the SecureWorld virtual conference series is a great place to gather, share, learn, and discuss cybersecurity. Turns out, it's also a good place to share a little technology humor.

Many of our attendees have shared some laugh-out-loud jokes on our social wall within our conferences throughout the year. Here are some of the best ones.

Top cyber jokes of 2020

  • There's a band called 1023MB. Ever heard of them? They haven't had a gig yet.
  •  If Bill Gates had a penny for every time I had to reboot my computer... oh wait, he does.
  • CAPS LOCK: Preventing Logins Since 1980.
  • I needed a password eight characters long so I picked SnowWhiteandtheSevenDwarves.
  • What do you call it when computer science majors make fun of each other? Cyber boolean!
  • I love the F5 key. It's just so refreshing.
  • Normal people use their children's names to set their email passwords. Elon Musk uses his email password (X Æ A-12) to name his baby.
  • Do not use "beef stew" as a computer password. It is not stroganoff.
  • 99 little bugs in the code,
    99 little bugs,
    Take one down, patch it around,
    117 little bugs in the code.
  • My cousin just got fired from the keyboard factory. They said he just wasn't putting in enough shifts!
  • So, the other day I started to whisper and my wife asked why I was whispering? I told her I didn't want Mark Zuckerberg to hear us.
    I laughed.
    My wife laughed.
    Alexa laughed.
    Siri laughed.
  • Where did the cybersecurity team go the last few days?
    They ran-som-ware.
  • Why doesn't Superman fight cybercrime?
    He's afraid of Krypto Currency!
  • What did the hacker's out of office message say?
    Gone phishing.
  • What do you call a turtle that surfs the Dark Web?
    A TORtoise.
  • What do you call a group of math and science geeks at a party?
    Social engineers!

We hope that these jokes provide a little stress relief whenever you are reading this.

Check out our events page to get ready for 2021 SecureWorld virtual conferences with more cybersecurity information and the occasional laugh.

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