Mar 262008
 


Eraser is an advanced Security tool for Windows to securely destruct,destroy and erase your files and folders from the Hard Disk. Eraser uses overwriting patterns to destroy data based on some of the best of methods including the one used by US Defence.

Eraser can destruct your data by overwriting using one of the following methods

Peter Gutmann’s “Secure Deletion of data from magnetic and solid-state memory” paper

National Industrial Security Program Operating System Manual used by US Department of Defence

Psuedorandom Data


Eraser can safe destruct your files, folders, encrypted files, previously used and deleted files, empty space on Hard Disk, Erase a complete Hard Disk and format using a Bootable CD or Floppy Disk. And, support NTFS & FAT32 file systems, IDE,RAID,SCSI,CD-RWs.

Eraser support all versions of Windows starting with legacy Windows 95 upto Windows Vista (32 & 64 bits)

The great features of Eraser include

Uses the Guttmann (Default), Pseudorandom Data and US DoD 5220-22.M methods.

Erases Files, Folders & drives(encrypted & unencrypted/Compressed & Uncompressed) and that were only previously ‘deleted’.

Erases all hard drives using ‘Darik’s Boot and Nuke’ method.

Erases FreeSpace on 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP and DOS.

Erases contents of the Recycle Bin.

Erases Network Files, Floppy Disks, CD-RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-RW.

Erases Windows Temporary Files.

Erases Internet Cookies.

Erases Paging (swap) file.

Erases Internet Cache and Index.dat(on reboot).

Appears as an ‘Erase’ option on the Context Menu of  Windows Explorer and Recycle Bin.

Comes with an Eraser Scheduler that allows you to create user-defined tasks.

Defeats File Recovery software applications Hardware tools.

Supports FAT32 and NTFS Files Systems.

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