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Timestamp:
11/11/08 09:59:21 (6 years ago)
Author:
lowjoel
Message:

-Fixed the wrapping for the USAF credit
-Sami's role is probably better stated as "Mentor/Initiator?" as per SourceForge? Project page

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  • branches/eraser6/Eraser/Strings.NL.resx

    r500 r509  
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    119119  </resheader> 
    120   <data name="Eraser is an advanced security tool for Windows, which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Eraser is Free software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.\r\n\r\nErasure Method Credits:\r\nGutmann (35 Pass):       Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nGutmann Lite (10 pass):        Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nUS DoD (7 pass):           Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS DoD (3 pass):         Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Air Force 5020 (3 pass):      Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Army AR380-19 (3 pass):   Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nRCMP TSSIT OPS-II (7 pass):  Copyright Government of Canada,\r\n             Royal Canadian Mounted Police\r\nSchneier's Method (7 pass):    Copyright Bruce Schneier\r\nGerman VSITR (7 pass):      Copyright Germany BSI Verschlusssachen\r\n              -IT-Richtlinien\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (3 pass):        Copyright British Government\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (1 pass):       Copyright British Government\r\nRussian GOST P50739-95 (2 pass):    Copyright Government of the Soviet\r\n              Union \r\nPseudorandom data (1 pass):   Public Domain\r\nFirst/Last 16Kb:           Copyright The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Copyright © The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Project Members:\r\n• Sami Tolvanen:        Initiator/Developer\r\n• Garrett Trant:     Mentor/Researcher\r\n• Joel Low:        Lead Developer\r\n• Dennis van Lith:        Designer\r\n• Kasra Nasiri:     Security Researcher" xml:space="preserve"> 
     120  <data name="Eraser is an advanced security tool for Windows, which allows you to completely remove sensitive data from your hard drive by overwriting it several times with carefully selected patterns. Eraser is Free software and its source code is released under GNU General Public License.\r\n\r\nErasure Method Credits:\r\nGutmann (35 Pass):       Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nGutmann Lite (10 pass):        Copyright Peter Gutmann &amp; Colin Plumb\r\nUS DoD (7 pass):           Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS DoD (3 pass):         Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Air Force 5020 (3 pass):  Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nUS Army AR380-19 (3 pass):   Copyright United States Department of\r\n               Defense\r\nRCMP TSSIT OPS-II (7 pass):  Copyright Government of Canada,\r\n             Royal Canadian Mounted Police\r\nSchneier's Method (7 pass):    Copyright Bruce Schneier\r\nGerman VSITR (7 pass):      Copyright Germany BSI Verschlusssachen\r\n              -IT-Richtlinien\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (3 pass):        Copyright British Government\r\nBritish HMG IS5 (1 pass):       Copyright British Government\r\nRussian GOST P50739-95 (2 pass):    Copyright Government of the Soviet\r\n              Union \r\nPseudorandom data (1 pass):   Public Domain\r\nFirst/Last 16Kb:           Copyright The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Copyright © The Eraser Project\r\n\r\nEraser Project Members:\r\n• Sami Tolvanen:        Mentor/Initiator\r\n• Garrett Trant:        Mentor/Researcher\r\n• Joel Low:        Lead Developer\r\n• Dennis van Lith:        Designer\r\n• Kasra Nasiri:     Security Researcher" xml:space="preserve"> 
    121121    <value>(Untranslated)</value> 
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