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Internet Security Threat Report 2014

Where the hell have you been?
Episode 1 Uh... Holiday?

Hooking the IT vending piranha
Episode 2 Class A business practice

Driller Killer
Episode 3 X-rated data cabling shocker

When desk lamps attack
Episode 4 Defending admin rights

The BOFH guide to equal opportunities
Episode 5 Affirmitive action

Danger, Falling Computing Peripherals
Episode 6 It'll all end in tears

Goin' underground
Episode 7 It's quicker by Tube

Your Job number is...
Episode 8 ...273108B for Bravo

Critical Mass of Geeks
Episode 9 She's gonna blow!

BOFH and the hydrogen-based explosive device
Episode 10 More power to your laptop

Identity theft
Episode 11 Name, number, biometric

I declare this junket season...
Episode 12 ... open!

The Boss is dead - long live The Boss
Episode 13 The BOFH school of management

Let the games begin
Episode 14 Heads will roll

You can't outbastard the bastard
Episode 15 Career-limiting strategy

Lucky in computing...
Episode 16 ...unlucky in love. Sigh

Defence of the Realm
Episode 17 A public key encryption breakthrough

Blocking the chutney ferret
Episode 18 Advanced Bayesian filtering

BOFH and the chemistry lesson
Episode 19 Managerium is known for its denseness

BOFH: Resurrection
Episode 20 We've got a pulse!

Chuck it and leg it
Episode 21 Bastard disposal policy

A white van man called Algernon
Episode 22 Codeword: Echelon

The name's BOFH - James BOFH
Episode 23 OOF

Drunk gravity
Episode 24 E=mc2 + beer - work

Ye Bastarde Operatore frome Helle
Episode 25 A Tragedie in two Actes

Hell hath no fury...
Episode 26 ...like an administrator scorned

Putting a price on the Boss
Episode 27 70k a year? You must be joking

Bloody computer room tourists!
Episode 28 To your left, our air conditioning server...

What the hell's Dutch lobster?
Episode 29 And does it constitute an emergency

Hi Honey I'm home
Episode 30 The Bastard returns from his travels

The Bastard, in the Comms Room with the Cooling Pipe
Episode 31 J'accuse

Woah there, Crash Gordon
Episode 32 Percussive maintenance

The PFY goes AWOL
Episode 33 Wasn't he just in the tape safe?

Beware the lie-detecting mouse
Episode 34 Busted!

Can you call me a cab?
Episode 35 Of course, sir - you're a...

Dr Bastard's photo lab
Episode 36 Image is everything

Previously...

BOFH 2004: The whole shooting match
That fun-filled year in full

BOFH 2003: Year Book
Fun for all the family

BOFH 2002: A Reader's Digest
Travelling Companion

2001: A BOFH Odyssey
BOFH Yearbook

BOFH 2K: The kit and caboodle
That was the year that was... in full

The Compleat BOFH Archives 95-99

And there's more...

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