That is next level, Enigma grade misdirection.
— Ed O’Loughlin (@edoloughlin) September 8, 2020
Kid’s going places! In high school I would write “permission slips” to “go to the library w my English class” in pencil, have my mom sign them, erase everything but her signature and then write an excuse for being absent the day before. Finally got caught. I did it way too much.
— Time’s-A-Wastin (@TracyLBaker1) September 8, 2020
I did simething similar circa ‘01 when I was 10-12 yo. I opened a word document and had the window active while the dial-up commection intrrface was shown on-screen. My mother always typed while looking at the keyboard, she typed the password and voila hidden word document had it
— Virus (@Varia_Virus) September 8, 2020
lol …. my parents once tried locking our sega controllers away in an old safe. sadly for them, my brother and I learned from computer games that you can open some safes by turning the dial and listening for the click. it works haha
— Manic 🏳️🌈 @ liddat lah (@manic_intent) September 8, 2020
Mine did that at 6 but for a good cause. He called my best friend to ask if she had anything planned for my birthday that day.
— Megan Shable “Unprecedented” (@MeganShable) September 7, 2020
When I got a new phone, I told my boys (5 & 11) they could keep my old one for playing games at home.
Before I even knew he took it out of my nightstand drawer, he had changed the screen lock code, removed my fingerprint, and added his own. 😳
— Hurricane Warning🐞 (@toomanycommas3) September 8, 2020
Uhh, our kids figured out it was possible to have PayPal dual authentication go to a phone other than the primary on the account…
Not to mention getting cc info through browser auto fill…
— sever micha (@mijosev) September 7, 2020
My 5yr old son said he tried different combinations he thinked with his brain. Bruteforced my samsumg s9. Got up on a sunday to him watching Boss Baby pic.twitter.com/Iz6OKkxD9k
— Mohamed Afzal Mulla (@tweetzal) September 8, 2020
had this app where he stored all his passwords, the app was password protected too but i could use my fingerprint to unlock it. after unlocking the app, i found his apple id passcode. i wasted hundreds of dollars on my game. my dad found out and i lied to him that i never did
— lillith ♡ (@lightlillith) September 8, 2020
— Nyachae Victor (@TrueNyachae) September 7, 2020
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