When Delete Means Gone for Good!

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Prince_Serendip, Aug 3, 2002.

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  1. Prince_Serendip

    Prince_Serendip Registered Member

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    :) Hi all! I've been asked to provide links to freeware applications that can permanently erase those pesky files and empty drive spaces. Everyone can use something like this and I'm sure there are others our members (and guests) know about. Please post them to this thread. Thanks.

    CyberShredder v1.02 Released April 28, 2002 for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
    http://www.cylog.org/utils_9.asp

    Eraser v5.3 Released April 23, 2002 for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP
    http://www.tolvanen.com/software/
     
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    Here is a good one I am using now

    CyberScrub...

    http://www.cyberscrub.com ;)
     
  4. YODA

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    hey guys good links,

    I guess i posted a message about the samething but in the wrong place, great links guys!!! But lets try to keep it to only freewares lol, i can't really afford ne thing right now kind of low on cash unfortunally :'(.

    P.S. prince thanks again...ur a life saver lol ;) always know i can count on u

    YODA
     
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    Checkout Security Rhinoceros

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    Remember Love Story and that crass phrase, "Love means never having to say you're sorry"?

    Update: Delete means never having to say you're guilty.

    Mwahahahaha!
     
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    Here is an excellent tool
     
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    FanJ

    This particular site was interesting to say the least. As you know by now Symantec (NORTON ) has purchased SecurityFocus.com, so I am guessing Elias Levy, CTO SecurityFocus.com is now working for Norton?

    http://project.honeynet.org/

    "The Honeynet Project is a group of thirty security professionals dedicated to learning the tools, tactics, and motives of the blackhat community and sharing those lessons learned. The team collects this information on their own time with their own resources. The primary method for obtaining information is through the use of a Honeynet. It is our hope and intent to develop the security community in the two following ways. 1) To raise awareness of the threats and vulnerabilities that exist in the Internet today. We raise awareness by demonstrating real systems that were compromised in the wild by the blackhat community. Many people believe it can't happen to them. We hope to change their mind. 2) Teach and inform. For those in the community who are already aware and concerned, we hope to give you the information to better secure and defend your resources."
     
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