I'm happy to announce the release of a new program: Doc Scrubber! Background: Every Word document contains a significant amount of "extra" data. This "metadata", as it is sometimes called, can reveal things you might not want someone knowing: who edited a file, where it was saved, the last time it was saved (and by whom), the total time spent editing a document, a unique GUID that identifies the author, the last time the document was printed, the number of times it was revised, and more... Further (Interesting) Reading: Microsoft Word bytes Tony Blair in the butt Description: Doc Scrubber allows you to quickly and easily analyze Word documents to see metadata that they contain, and remove/clear all kinds of metadata from them, including the hidden revision log (see article above for more information). License: Doc Scrubber is free for personal and educational use! (Business users must purchase a license - more information can be found on the Doc Scrubber webpage.) For more information and download please visit: http://www.docscrubber.com/ Enjoy! -Javacool P.S. If you have any questions, comments, bug reports, or problems, please post at the official forums: http://www.wilderssecurity.com (right here! ).