Monday, December 21, 2009

This may come in handy

How To Wipe Your Hard Drive

While you should always wipe the drive/memory of any device your disposing of, you may find yourself in a position where you want to make absolutely sure that the data can't be recovered. This will help you make that happen.

4 comments:

Conservative Scalawag said...

Huh, interesting. Never been much of a tech head, but knowning what might come in the future this might be useful.

jed said...

I use and recommend Darik's Boot and Nuke for whole-drive erasure. Some people are reporting problems with it, but I've never had any. Since it's a bootable CD, and it writes to the partition, it's filesystem agnostic.

The Freeholder said...

Well, Jed! Long time no hear from. Good to know that you're still around. You ever going to blog again?

Anonymous said...

Keep posting stuff like this i really like it