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Windows 7: HDDErase - securely erases data completely


21 May 2010   #1

Win 7 Ultimate 32bit
 
 
HDDErase - securely erases data completely

If you need to securely and completely wipe a drive including bad sectors then this is the tool that you need.

HDDErase is the tool used to securely wipe all data from a drive including bad sectors. Something that only a couple other software can do.

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Get the utility Here

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HDDerase is a freeware utility that securely erases data on hard drives using the security erase unit command built into the firmware of ATA and SATA drives manufactured after 2001. HDDerase was developed by the Center for Magnetic Recording Research at the University of California San Diego. It differs from other file deletion programs such as Darik's Boot and Nuke which attempt to erase data using block writes, and therefore cannot access certain portions of the hard drive. The internal firmware secure erase command can access data that is no longer accessible through software, such as bad blocks.[1]
HDDerase is recommended as a disk drive purging method in NIST Special Publication 800-88
I do not know if this works with SSD drives.

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