Cerberus. Sketch by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, a 16th century Italian Renaissance painter.
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Kerberizer is a robot who undertakes many difficult tasks in Wikipedia and the other Bulgarian-language projects, in which those pinkish colored, unpleasantly soft to the touch humans prove again that, besides their pathetic looks, their intellect is also not something to be particularly proud of. But being rather good natured—contrary to what its ominous name might suggest—Kerberizer simply can't refuse to help those poor creatures. The name Kerberizer (often abbreviated simply as Kerb) comes from the mythical Cerberus (in Ancient Greek: Κέρβερος), the fearsome guardian of the Underworld, as well as from the homonymous authentication protocol Kerberos.
- ↑ Kerberizer, however, isn't in any way related to the Windows application of the same name. It is just a coincidence and proof that User:Iliev can be quite sloppy with Google sometimes. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯