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Completely Erase Your Hard Drive with Wipe Disk

Plan to sell your PC soon? Left one out on the driveway before? You may be exposing sensitive data to anyone who comes across it.

Think formatting your hard drive is enough to remove your sensitive data? Think again.

Wipe disk is by far the best piece of data erasing software I have ever found. Wipe disk will completely rewrite the data on your drive, making it physically impossible to ever retrieve the original data.

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Wipe disc cleans your disk with over 14 different methods, which will overcome US Navy-Standards, the Standards of the US Department of Defence, the US Airforce and NATO. Your data will completely destroyed after running this software.

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24 thoughts on “Completely Erase Your Hard Drive with Wipe Disk”

  1. Angad says:

    Can it be used to erase Flash Drives & Memory Cards?

  2. Angad says:

    Can it be used to erase Flash Drives & Memory Cards?

  3. Angad says:

    Can it be used to erase Flash Drives & Memory Cards?

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  7. Henry says:

    aka… get rid of your pr0n ;)

  8. Henry says:

    aka… get rid of your pr0n ;)

  9. Henry says:

    aka… get rid of your pr0n ;)

  10. Ren says:

    Nicely done

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  12. Jeff Calvert says:

    I am wanting to reformat my laptop to ‘store’ conditions. I have all the discs that it came with, i only want to use them in the event of a emergency. How can I do this without using them.

  13. Jeff Calvert says:

    I am wanting to reformat my laptop to ‘store’ conditions. I have all the discs that it came with, i only want to use them in the event of a emergency. How can I do this without using them.

  14. Jeff Calvert says:

    I am wanting to reformat my laptop to ‘store’ conditions. I have all the discs that it came with, i only want to use them in the event of a emergency. How can I do this without using them.

  15. harddrive says:

    Have any of y’all tried DBAN.. it’s free =)

  16. harddrive says:

    Have any of y’all tried DBAN.. it’s free =)

  17. harddrive says:

    Have any of y’all tried DBAN.. it’s free =)

  18. Gary Walker says:

    haven’t tried this yet!

  19. Gary Walker says:

    haven’t tried this yet!

  20. Gary Walker says:

    haven’t tried this yet!

  21. Mel says:

    If everyone could just remember to use a tool like this it could save them a lot of future grief as it is getting easier and easier to retrieve files off of an un-“wiped” hard drive.

  22. Mel says:

    If everyone could just remember to use a tool like this it could save them a lot of future grief as it is getting easier and easier to retrieve files off of an un-“wiped” hard drive.

  23. Mel says:

    If everyone could just remember to use a tool like this it could save them a lot of future grief as it is getting easier and easier to retrieve files off of an un-“wiped” hard drive.

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