WipeDrive 1.0 is a utility designed to eradicate residual data from areas of a disk drive that are not allocated. The erasure repeatedly overwrites the residual data making any kind of recovery impossible.
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Description: Today, with identity theft on the rise, ordinary families typically own shredders to destroy credit card and bank statements or anything that may have account numbers or social security numbers on them. But, what about floppy disks or the hard disks in computers that are retired from service?
WipeDrive 1.0 is a utility that allows the user the capability of eradicating any data that may reside in unallocated blocks on a hard drive or a floppy disk. Any user who maintains sensitive data on either floppy disks or system hard drives will find this utility to be useful.
Securely eradicates data in unallocated disk segments.
Allows the user to specify the number of times residual data is overwritten.
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