Category:Secure deletion

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Secure Deletion tools are tools that completely delete the item that the user requests to be deleted.

Why don't operating systems do this by default?

Programs of Special Note

Aiko SecuWipe
Secure data deletion for Windows Mobile PDAs, Smartphones and Windows CE handhelds. Wipes contacts, email, SMS, free space, files and folders.
Offers several patterns for wiping data, wipe multiple types of media at one time USB, ATA, SCSI, CF and more.
Secure data deletion tools for Windows and Unix-like operating systems.
CyberScrub cyberCide
This program securely erases all data from drives or partitions.
CyberScrub Privacy Suite
This program securely erases selected data, wipes free space, powerful scheduling capabilities.
CyberScrub Compliance Suite
Network-based program securely erases selected data, wipes free space, powerful scheduling and log file reporting capabilities. Ideal for enforcing document life-cycle and data retention policies. Ensures compliance with HIPAA, Sarbanes Oxley, FACTA, Gramm Leach Bliley and more
Darik's Boot and Nuke (DBAN)
This is a bootable disk that securely wipes any hard disk it can detect.
Offers several patterns for wiping data including Peter Gutmann's and the US DoD 5200.28-STD standard.
Ontrack Data Eraser
shred linux version of GNU shred Win32 version of GNU shred
Part of GNU coreutils.
Lenovo SDD
AB Commander
Windows file manager that offers the "secure delete" option for files and folders:

See also

Pages in category "Secure deletion"

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