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Senf is a fast, portable tool (written in Java, runnable just about everywhere) for finding sensitive numbers. Use this tool to identify files on your system that may have Social Security Numbers (SSNs) or Credit Card Numbers (CCNs).

You do not need to install Senf — just download it, run it, and use it to protect yourself.

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18 thoughts on “Senf Finds Potentially Sensitive Numbers on Your Hard Drive”

  1. Khalil says:

    how do you run it?

  2. Khalil says:

    how do you run it?

  3. Khalil says:

    how do you run it?

  4. Rich says:

    If double clicking the file doesn’t work, do the following:

    1. Open a command prompt
    2. Navigate to the folder in which Senf is installed.
    3. Run java -jar senf.jar (with optional arguments)

  5. Rich says:

    If double clicking the file doesn’t work, do the following:

    1. Open a command prompt
    2. Navigate to the folder in which Senf is installed.
    3. Run java -jar senf.jar (with optional arguments)

  6. Rich says:

    If double clicking the file doesn’t work, do the following:

    1. Open a command prompt
    2. Navigate to the folder in which Senf is installed.
    3. Run java -jar senf.jar (with optional arguments)

  7. gWallet says:

    Thanks Rich. Was thinking I was doing something horribly wrong. BTW – very fitting logo as Senf in German means Mustard. :)

  8. gWallet says:

    Thanks Rich. Was thinking I was doing something horribly wrong. BTW – very fitting logo as Senf in German means Mustard. :)

  9. gWallet says:

    Thanks Rich. Was thinking I was doing something horribly wrong. BTW – very fitting logo as Senf in German means Mustard. :)

  10. Josh says:

    does it use a regex? haha just like class…

  11. Josh says:

    does it use a regex? haha just like class…

  12. Josh says:

    does it use a regex? haha just like class…

  13. Rich says:

    Rob, I’m glad that worked :)
    Josh, that’s exactly what it does :)

  14. Rich says:

    Rob, I’m glad that worked :)
    Josh, that’s exactly what it does :)

  15. Rich says:

    Rob, I’m glad that worked :)
    Josh, that’s exactly what it does :)

  16. KsbjA says:

    Lol, SENF. Senf is actually a German word for Mustard. I guess that’s where the logo comes from. Anyways, this is definitely useful for anybody using internet banks’n’stuff.

  17. KsbjA says:

    Lol, SENF. Senf is actually a German word for Mustard. I guess that’s where the logo comes from. Anyways, this is definitely useful for anybody using internet banks’n’stuff.

  18. KsbjA says:

    Lol, SENF. Senf is actually a German word for Mustard. I guess that’s where the logo comes from. Anyways, this is definitely useful for anybody using internet banks’n’stuff.

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