Active@ KillDisk Linux Console

Active@ KillDisk Linux Console

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Description

Active@ KillDisk for Linux (Console) is a powerful utility that will: wipe confidential data from unused space on your hard drive; erase data from partitions or from an entire hard disk; destroy data permanently. Active@ KillDisk for Linux (Console) wipes unused data residue from file slack space, unused sectors, and unused space in system records or directory records. It supports IDE / ATA / SATA / eSATA / SSD / SCSI hard disk drives, LUN / RAID Disk Arrays, supports parallel erasing/wiping: two or more HDDs can be cleaned up simultaneously; supports fixed disks, floppies, zip drives, USB Flash Cards and USB/USB3 external devices; scans NTFS/EFS, FAT/FAT32/exFAT, HFS+, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, UFS volumes and displays existing and deleted files and folders. Supports 20 security standards including DoD 5220.22-M.

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Published By:LSoft Technologies Inc.

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:26 November, 2014

Version:9.1.1110

Price:Free

Downloads:68

Size:11.1 MB

Platform: Linux , Linux Console

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