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Confidential shredder for files?
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andrew_in_uk

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PostPosted: Sun 18 Sep 2005, 17:19    Post_subject:  Confidential shredder for files?  

Hello;

I would like to be able to properly "shred" files - i.e. write over them repeatedly with random data, to make them impossible (or at least difficult) to recover. This is recommened practice, of course, before selling or disposing of a HD, etc.

There is a Linux shred command that does this, but it seems that busybox doesn't have it.

If there is not presently a way to do this in Puppy, it might be worth adding.

best regards;

Andrew
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PostPosted: Fri 14 Oct 2005, 12:42    Post_subject: Shredder  

Opps thought I was replying. Anyway. The shredder is a nice idea.

Petr
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