12 Clues that the Russians may have Hacked Your Emails

  1. You find vodka in your hard drive.
  2. All the question marks on your memos have been replaced with a sickle.
  3. All the exclamation marks on your memos have been replaced with a hammer.
  4. You find white out on your monitor.
  5. You find a pair of scissors used for cutting.
  6. You find scotch tape used for pasting.
  7. There’s caviar on your key board.
  8. You discover that the Russians used a hacking program called the Russian Nesting Dolls.
  9. They confuse American football with soccer
  10. People from WikiLeaks are calling you for a date.
  11. Someone from CNN wants to know if you’d like to make a statement.
  12. You no longer get emails saying girls in Russia want to meet you.

If any of the above are happening to you, then there’s a good chance you’ve been hacked by the Russians.

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