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Please remember to wipe down the machine after you`ve finished,fro the next user
Definitely not! Chuck Norris eats Epic Hard Drive Shredders for breakfast.
OM NOM NOM NOM
I work in the bank card industry and one of the things that we use is Blowfish Advanced CS for encryption and wiping.
You can wipe files and empty space to a point where forensics can`t lift anything off of a disk.
Not to help anyone destroy evidence, but they exist.
The ruthless, rythmical workings of that machine turns me on.
How I wish I had one to DESTROY all trash in my house.
A bunch of tech writers went ape-poo over it, as it is generally way over the top to do this, as there are easy to use programs that can effectivly wipe data so it`s practically impossible to restore.
The only use I can see for this are (truly) old drives that deserve to be destroyed, and perhaps hard drives that have stored extremely sensitive data (ie, government etc.)