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Beginner's guide to SSL certificates

17 minutes of goodwill
Episode 1 Happy New Year

The Way of the Hammer
Episode 2 Engineers are great!

'Did you know..?'
Episode 3 Yes, we did - we're Systems and Networks

Automated attendant abuse
Episode 4 'I'm sorry, that serial number is not recognised'

Headhunted
Episode 5 'A wonderful opportunity'

BOFH takes a leaf from Captain Kirk's log
Episode 6 New recruit lost on unexplored planet

Birthday present backfire
Episode 7 Snap...happy?

Being root
Episode 8 Seminar sabotage

A change in tone
Episode 9 Insert this, way up

Feral access points
Episode 10 Wild, untamed...

Clear and present danger
Episode 11 When loop pile carpet attacks

Dumping old crap
Episode 12 Your room, your responsibility!

Headcase
Episode 13 A law unto himself

Dear Valuable VIP Customer
Episode 14 Licence renewal

Interview with a CEO
Episode 15 Witnesses, what witnesses?

That security thang
Episode 16 A journey, not a destination

Power down blues
Episode 17 Averse altruism

Blast from the past
Episode 18 Old flame ignites trouble

Union 'negotiations'
Episode 19 'It's not about the money'

Dr Bastard's lab challenge
Episode 20 Mickey Mouse inventions

Double whammy
Episode 21 No time to argue

Champion of culture
Episode 22 Get rid of what to cut costs?

Go on then, subcontract us...
Episode 23 But pay the price

Lawsuit ahoy!
Episode 24 You can't sue us!

Office politics
Episode 25 A disturbance in the force

Bastard gets fired
Episode 26 An undocumented bonus

The Bastard and the Mouse
Episode 27 BOFH's guide to procurement

The computer whisperer
Episode 28 Hex-eptional sense

Out on the lash
Episode 29 Smooth operators

Retirement plan
Episode 30 It's as easy as ones and zeros

Unconventional interview
Episode 31 How many pints did you say you can drink?

Pulling a computer survey swifty
Episode 32 Five grand for your silence

The mystery of the impenetrable data safe
Episode 33 Impenetrable? Yeah right

Let the games begin
Episode 34 'Building the perfect games beast on the company dime'

Armageddon
Episode 35 MoD pays a visit in computer bunker hunt

Goes virtual
Episode 36 Why not to put all your blades in one basket

Data wiping hell
Episode 37 Operation computer clean up

Dessert storm
Episode 38 Guerrilla warfare

When non-IT people make IT decisions
Episode 39 Brace for impact

IT services review
Episode 40 'Lending a hand' to the CEO

The Bastard and the IT training budget
Episode 41 Viral marketing

The most important user in the world...
Episode 42 Is that a rocking horse in your bedroom?

Looting Christmas treasure
Episode 43 Foiled

The Bastard's guide to airport security
Episode 44 PFY plays guinea pig

Previously...

BOFH 2005: All you can eat
36 courses of meaty goodness

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

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