Easter Egg locations remain safe, says Bunny spokesperson

Filed Under: Data loss

Polish pisanki photo courtesy of Jarosław Pocztarski's Flickr photostreamReports surfaced late today that the Easter Bunny had a minor incident while hiding the last of his eggs during his traditional Easter mission.

Every year the Easter Bunny travels the world hiding brightly colored eggs and baskets with goodies for children to discover on Easter morning.

"It would be a tragedy if the locations of all the eggs and baskets were disclosed," said an anonymous parent representing a children's rights group.

Unfortunately it appears that the Easter Bunny had stored all of his data and maps of where his eggs were placed in one basket.

Easter Bunny and eggsFortunately Naked Security was able to reach a spokesperson for the Easter Bunny, who assured us that the locations of the treats were fully encrypted on Mr. Bunny's netbook.

"The Easter Bunny takes the joy of children seriously, and despite the loss of his maps, Easter will proceed normally," said the spokesperson.

Creative Commons image of Polish pisanki (eggs) courtesy of Jarosław Pocztarski's Flickr photostream.

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4 Responses to Easter Egg locations remain safe, says Bunny spokesperson

  1. Thu Win · 1094 days ago

    This comes to show even the easter bunny is not invunerable to data losses!

  2. Tooth Fairy · 1094 days ago

    Phew! So glad that The Bunny avoided any major loss! Glad he had the forsight to encrypt his data.

  3. shewhowouldbequeen · 1094 days ago

    Cute!

  4. shewrite63 · 1093 days ago

    Very cute, Chester! All in one basket, eh?

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Chester Wisniewski is a Senior Security Advisor at Sophos Canada. He provides advice and insight into the latest threats for security and IT professionals with the goal of providing clear guidance on complex topics. You can follow Chester on Twitter as @chetwisniewski, on App.net as Chester, Chester Wisniewski on Google Plus or send him an email at chesterw@sophos.com.