Taylor Swift's self-centered thoughts on love, romance and relationships are no secret, but what if she was an online security expert instead of a country music superstar?
Would she be changing anti-viruses like she changes boyfriends? She'd probably use Norton for a month, Avast for another, AVG for a little longer, and maybe turn to McAfee when all the others have bored her.
Or maybe if she'd make an anti-virus herself, she'd encrypt them with the ones she had uninstalled? Good thing is that we don't have to work our brains to know what a security guru in the mould of T-Swizzle would say.
A new Twitter account,@SwiftOnSecurity,has popped up that offers online security advice as only the "You Belong With Me" hitmaker can give. Some of her better ones are here:
I patched OpenSSL and due to the nature of the bug had to tell my old SSL cert that we are never, ever, ever getting back together.— Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 10, 2014
You be the defense contractor And I'll be the princess.pdf.exe It's a UAC prompt Baby just say...yes— Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 10, 2014
I have 4 records and millions of fans. Symantec has millions of records and 0 fans.— Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 10, 2014
Why you gotta be so mean to OpenSSL. I disclose my memory all the time, sometimes to people that don't even want it.— Taylor Swift (@SwiftOnSecurity) April 10, 2014