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Error'd: A Test-imonial

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"You know, usually these statements are just marketing B.S., but I think this guy's got the right idea," wrote Philip K.


"Windows 10 forgot it is 2017 when it decided my USB stick was in fact, a floppy drive," writes Joshua R.


"Sydney Ferry Service's really uses Vista's 'overlapping WTF' technology effectively," Matthias writes.


Hans wrote, "So, let me see if I understand this - my password strength is weak though it's 64 fully random chars and clearly I should've used fewer chars to make it more secure?"


"Isn't there a saying that goes 'null news is good news'?" writes Bob S.


Walton H. wrote, "I've never heard of 'Lua Error' before but they did an amazing job!"


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