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Re: PC disk wipe software

According to rumor, Perry E. Metzger said:
> I thought I'd ask here, since its related to a lot of the stuff people
> have written for the PC platform in these parts. I need to securely
> wipe a bunch of data from an MS-DOS hard drive, so that it can't be
> recovered. Are there any readily available utilities for this? Will
> any of them selectively erase only data that isn't allocated to
> existing files?

PC Tools has a wipe program that will either wipe individual files, or
wipe all unallocated diskspace. It also allows you to choose the level
of wipe (single overwrite, multiple, etc).

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