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120  <data name="The Gutmann method used for overwriting is based on Peter Gutmann's paper \&quot;Secure Deletion of Data from Magnetic and Solid-State Memory\&quot;.\nThe Schneier 7-pass method is based on Bruce Schneier's algorithm using a Random Number Generator to wipe with random data.\nThe DoD 3-, 7- and N-pass method is based on the US Department of Defense's \&quot;National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual.\n\nAll the methods are selected to effectively remove magnetic remnants from the drive in a secure and easy way.\n\nEraser Development Team:\n\u2022 Garrett Trant:     Mentor/Researcher\n\u2022 Joel Low:     Developer Lead\n\u2022 Dennis van Lith:     Designer\n\u2022 Kasra Nasiri:      Developer\n" xml:space="preserve">
121    <value>The Gutmann method used for overwriting is based on Peter Gutmann's paper \"Secure Deletion of Data from Magnetic and Solid-State Memory\".\nThe Schneier 7-pass method is based on Bruce Schneier's algorithm using a Random Number Generator to wipe with random data.\nThe DoD 3-, 7- and N-pass method is based on the US Department of Defense's \"National Industrial Security Program Operating Manual.\n\nAll the methods are selected to effectively remove magnetic remnants from the drive in a secure and easy way.\n\nEraser Development Team:\n\u2022 Garrett Trant:       Mentor/Researcher\n\u2022 Joel Low:     Developer Lead\n\u2022 Dennis van Lith:     Designer\n\u2022 Kasra Nasiri:      Developer\n</value>
122  </data>
123  <data name="Eraser" xml:space="preserve">
124    <value>Eraser</value>
125  </data>
126  <data name="copyright \u00a9 2008 The Eraser Project" xml:space="preserve">
127    <value>copyright \u00a9 2008 The Eraser Project</value>
128  </data>
129  <data name="Eraser is free open-source software!" xml:space="preserve">
130    <value>Eraser is free open-source software!</value>
131  </data>
132  <data name="Please help us continue develop Eraser, donate some coffee..." xml:space="preserve">
133    <value>Please help us continue develop Eraser, donate some coffee...</value>
134  </data>
135  <data name="Erase Schedule" xml:space="preserve">
136    <value>Erase Schedule</value>
137  </data>
138  <data name="Settings" xml:space="preserve">
139    <value>Settings</value>
140  </data>
141  <data name="Help" xml:space="preserve">
142    <value>Help</value>
143  </data>
144  <data name="Processing:" xml:space="preserve">
145    <value>Processing:</value>
146  </data>
147  <data name="Could not load task list. All task entries have been lost." xml:space="preserve">
148    <value>Could not load task list. All task entries have been lost.</value>
149  </data>
150  <data name="Could not load list of files used for plausible deniability.\n\nThe list of files have been lost." xml:space="preserve">
151    <value>Could not load list of files used for plausible deniability.\n\nThe list of files have been lost.</value>
152  </data>
153  <data name="Could not load the setting {0} for plugin {1}.The setting has been lost." xml:space="preserve">
154    <value>Could not load the setting {0} for plugin {1}.The setting has been lost.</value>
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159  <data name="{0} left" xml:space="preserve">
160    <value>{0} left</value>
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162  <data name="Total: {0}%" xml:space="preserve">
163    <value>Total: {0}%</value>
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165  <data name="Completed with warnings" xml:space="preserve">
166    <value>Completed with warnings</value>
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168  <data name="Completed with errors" xml:space="preserve">
169    <value>Completed with errors</value>
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171  <data name="Not completed" xml:space="preserve">
172    <value>Not completed</value>
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174  <data name="Completed" xml:space="preserve">
175    <value>Completed</value>
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177  <data name="Close" xml:space="preserve">
178    <value>Close</value>
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180  <data name="Queued for execution" xml:space="preserve">
181    <value>Queued for execution</value>
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183  <data name="Not queued" xml:space="preserve">
184    <value>Not queued</value>
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186  <data name="Running..." xml:space="preserve">
187    <value>Running...</value>
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189  <data name="Queued for execution." xml:space="preserve">
190    <value>Queued for execution.</value>
191  </data>
192  <data name="User interface language" xml:space="preserve">
193    <value>User interface language</value>
194  </data>
195  <data name="Default file erasure method" xml:space="preserve">
196    <value>Default file erasure method</value>
197  </data>
198  <data name="Default unused space erasure method" xml:space="preserve">
199    <value>Default unused space erasure method</value>
200  </data>
201  <data name="Randomness data source" xml:space="preserve">
202    <value>Randomness data source</value>
203  </data>
204  <data name="The following settings held invalid values:\n\n{0}\nThese settings have now been set to naive defaults.\n\nPlease check that the new settings suit your required level of security." xml:space="preserve">
205    <value>The following settings held invalid values:\n\n{0}\nThese settings have now been set to naive defaults.\n\nPlease check that the new settings suit your required level of security.</value>
206  </data>
207  <data name="An invalid language was selected." xml:space="preserve">
208    <value>An invalid language was selected.</value>
209  </data>
210  <data name="An invalid file erasure method was selected." xml:space="preserve">
211    <value>An invalid file erasure method was selected.</value>
212  </data>
213  <data name="An invalid unused disk space erasure method was selected." xml:space="preserve">
214    <value>An invalid unused disk space erasure method was selected.</value>
215  </data>
216  <data name="An invalid randomness data source was selected." xml:space="preserve">
217    <value>An invalid randomness data source was selected.</value>
218  </data>
219  <data name="Erasures with plausible deniability was selected, but no files were selected to be used as decoys." xml:space="preserve">
220    <value>Erasures with plausible deniability was selected, but no files were selected to be used as decoys.</value>
221  </data>
222  <data name="The new randomness data source will only be used when the next task is run.\nCurrently running tasks will use the old source." xml:space="preserve">
223    <value>The new randomness data source will only be used when the next task is run.\nCurrently running tasks will use the old source.</value>
224  </data>
225  <data name="The erasure method selected does not support unused disk space erasures." xml:space="preserve">
226    <value>The erasure method selected does not support unused disk space erasures.</value>
227  </data>
228  <data name="Invalid file path" xml:space="preserve">
229    <value>Invalid file path</value>
230  </data>
231  <data name="Invalid folder path" xml:space="preserve">
232    <value>Invalid folder path</value>
233  </data>
234  <data name="The task has no data to erase." xml:space="preserve">
235    <value>The task has no data to erase.</value>
236  </data>
237  <data name="The task needs to run on at least one day a week" xml:space="preserve">
238    <value>The task needs to run on at least one day a week</value>
239  </data>
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