Wiping hard drive with overwriting it with both 1's and 0's
I've been using SDELETE sysinternal command to wipe our hard drives. But recently we've got a new standard that instead of just overwriting the hard drives with all 0's, we also have to overwrite it with all 1's.
I think to make my question simpler, is there a way to overwrite a hard drive with various patterns (0's, 1's or random)?
I'm also positive that there is an power shell script as an alternative method for this.
Community Chosen Answer
Just try DBAN: https://dban.org/