Wiping hard drive with overwriting it with both 1's and 0's
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Posted by: aragorn.2003 3 years ago
Posted by: anonymous_9363 3 years ago
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.Seriously? Who created that standard? Someone with no understanding whatsoever of how data is recorded on drives, clearly!
Are these drives going to be re-used? If not, take them apart and smash the platters. There's no way to recover from that.
If you want to re-use them, The Ultimate Boot CD contains a shed-load of tools to securely overwrite hard drive content.