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Obamacare website riddled with garbled messages


Are you sure it’s going to be fixed within weeks, Mr. President? This is Obamacare website riddled with garbled messages today

By David Martosko, U.s. Political Editor

PUBLISHED: 18:12 EST, 7 November 2013 | UPDATED: 20:11 EST, 7 November 2013 ‘is not firing effectively on all pistons,’ White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters on Thursday, in what may be the understatement of the week.

When MailOnline visited the website shortly after Carney’s daily briefing, the Obamacare portal spewed a nonsensical mixture of computer code instead of a typical login screen.

Gone were words like ‘Username’ and ‘Password.’

In their place were jumbled programming strings like ‘???’ and ‘???’

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One thought on “Obamacare website riddled with garbled messages

  1. The fact that problems this basic are not caught and can make their way onto a live site is an indication of the level of chaos and lack of controls in place in the development process.

    I’m sure that they are in total crisis mode, but still, letting this get through (even under the pressure of a crisis) is indicative of serious chaos.

    Anyone who goes near this website and enters personal information has to be crazy.
    I’m sure the identity thieves are having a field day.

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