RE: Hard Drive data security

From: Dan Wozniak (danran420_at_hotmail.com)
Date: 09/30/04

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    Use Darik's Boot and Nuke CD. http://dban.sourceforge.net/. Stick it in
    and boot with the CD/floppy. At the prompt type 'dod' for the department of
    defense wiping algorithm.

    >From: Paul Kurczaba <paul@myipis.com>
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    >Hi,
    > I have a question about hard drive data security. The hard drive on my
    >notebook is failing and Dell is going to replace it. They are going to take
    >the old one with them. How can I securely remove the data from the hard
    >drive?
    >
    >Thanks,
    >Paul
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